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Marc Jacobs Responds to Dreadlock Controversy

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  Marc Jacobs is defending his use of faux locs during his recent NYFW runway show in all the wrong ways. Jacobs’ models wore yarn locs and kind of looked like Angelica from The Rugrats. Truthfully, the hair all looked a mess, along with the...

VOGUE Welcomes Autumn 2016 With Cover Star Lupita Nyong’o

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Lupita Nyong’o looks absolutely radiant in a portrait shot by Mario Testino for the cover of VOGUE’s October 2016 issue.  In the image, Lupita wears a lavishly embroidered and embellished floral-print Chanel dress in warm autumnal hues paired with a delicate pair of Cathy Waterman drop earrings,...

White Culture & Gentrification are Destroying New York Nightlife

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A couple weekends ago, I went out to various clubs and lounges in New York City, that ended in an awkward moment where my houseguest put her hands down the pants of a gentleman I was kinda-sorta dating. However there’s one element to that story...

Halle Berry: “My Looks Haven’t Spared Me One Hardship”

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Fresh off of our conversation about how privilege doesn’t negate discrimination, Halle Berry has spoken to W magazine about the fight she’s endured throughout her career to show directors one of the privileges of being pretty isn’t that you don’t know pain. Anyone who’s even remotely familiar with Berry’s...

Black Women Sue L’Oreal Because Relaxer Caused Hair Loss and Scalp Burns

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Famed lawyer Mark Geragos is representing a group of Black women in a class action lawsuit against L’Oreal. The lawsuit claims that L’Oreal’s SoftSheen-Carson Optimum Amla Legend No-Mix, No-Lye Relaxer, isn’t as safe as the company claims it to be. The company states that the relaxer...