Posts Tagged ‘BLACK SKINNED BEAUTIES’

Miss USA, Miss America, Miss Teen USA and now Miss Universe are all black women

December 11, 2019


https://www.wxyz.com/news/national/miss-usa-miss-america-miss-teen-usa-and-now-miss-universe-are-all-black-women

Black Skinned Beauty Lupita next Bond girl?”

March 3, 2019
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DUDU DUN ooo!

BLACK SKINNED BEAUTIES WHEN GIRLS ARE ABUSED ATI OVERLOOKED!-BUT THIS FILM SHOOT DEALS WITH THAT!

November 4, 2018

Teenvogue.com

Creators’ Circle is a fashion series that gives visionary young artists carte blanche to execute a photo shoot or art display —100 percent on their own terms.
Fashion is at its best when it’s born from a desire to challenge, to represent, to honor, and to progress. As stylists, designers and photographers have demonstrated time and time again, fashion can be so much more than what we wear: it’s a representation of how we see the world. Artists wield the power to empower and to represent the world as we’d like to see it — that’s the magic of fashion.
Earlier this year, photographer Zoe Lawrence was scrolling through Instagram stories when she saw a post by her friend, Cienna, that she empathized with on a deeply personal level. “She posted something about her little sister [Halia] feeling inadequate and it brought me back to my own experience throughout grade school,” says Zoe. “Black girls are are often overlooked, ignored and quieted, and we learn early on that we are not part of the standard for beauty. That can be damaging to an impressionable 12-year-old child.”
Zoe reached out to Cienna via DM, explaining that she wanted to put together a photo shoot featuring Halia with the goal of showing her that her voice matters and that she is beautiful, despite what mainstream beauty standards propagate. Soon, the two were exchanging their own stories about growing up and dealing with colorism .
“I’ve spoken to other dark-skinned black girls about experiencing colorism and how it affected their self-confidence,” says Zoe. “Cienna and I have both done our work to unlearn those harmful messages. What saved my self esteem was surrounding myself with black people. Black people are healing. Swapping experiences, opening up dialogues, building a community within your own community, keeping your allies close — these are all ways to combat anti-blackness.”
And, of course, through art.
Materialized as a means of empowerment for Halia and to serve as a visual love letter for black girls, this photoshoot is the latest in our Creator’s Circle series. Starring Halia and Cienna, it features designs from two clothing companies with black men and women at their helm. “This shoot was a chance for Halia to get dressed up in clothes she wouldn’t normally wear and see herself in the media, specifically fashion photography,” explains Zoe.
The standout denim and knitwear in the shoot are created by Los Angeles-based brand, No Sesso. The Italian name literally translates to “no sex/ gender.” Founded by Pierre Davis in 2015, No Sesso is a community brand focused on “empowering people of all colors, shapes, and identities via fashion presentations, parties, educational activations, and more,” according to their website. “I’ve walked in three of their runway shows — at this point they’re family to me,” says Zoe. “I always feel taken care of by them and feel a great sense of inspiration when I work with them.”
Kenneth Nicholson brought the impeccably tailored menswear to the shoot. Having served in the United States Army, the designer is inspired by military dress and mixes its precise tailoring with other techniques and aesthetics he picked up during his global travels. “I fell in love with how detail oriented Kenneth is with his pieces,” says Zoe. “I like to use brands that showcase black people in an refreshing way and I feel like both of these designers do a amazing job at showing how dynamic black people are.”
The shoot toes the line between stately-cool family portraiture and a hazy fairy-like dreamworld — two very different concepts that somehow flow seamlessly into one another. At first glance, you probably wouldn’t glean the weight of the message the project encapsulates. It’s only once you hear the personal story behind it that it’s importance and underlying themes really sink in. “Always keep in mind that the world’s disdain for your skin isn’t personal, it’s political,” concludes Zoe. “I hope young black girls can remember that sentiment the next time they catch themselves internalizing any form of anti-blackness.” Ariana Marsh
Creators’ Circle is a fashion series that gives visionary young artists carte blanche to execute a photo shoot or art display —100 percent on their own terms.
Fashion is at its best when it’s born from a desire to challenge, to represent, to honor, and to progress. As stylists, designers and photographers have demonstrated time and time again, fashion can be so much more than what we wear: it’s a representation of how we see the world. Artists wield the power to empower and to represent the world as we’d like to see it — that’s the magic of fashion.
Earlier this year, photographer Zoe Lawrence was scrolling through Instagram stories when she saw a post by her friend, Cienna, that she empathized with on a deeply personal level. “She posted something about her little sister [Halia] feeling inadequate and it brought me back to my own experience throughout grade school,” says Zoe. “Black girls are are often overlooked, ignored and quieted, and we learn early on that we are not part of the standard for beauty. That can be damaging to an impressionable 12-year-old child.”
Zoe reached out to Cienna via DM, explaining that she wanted to put together a photo shoot featuring Halia with the goal of showing her that her voice matters and that she is beautiful, despite what mainstream beauty standards propagate. Soon, the two were exchanging their own stories about growing up and dealing with colorism .
“I’ve spoken to other dark-skinned black girls about experiencing colorism and how it affected their self-confidence,” says Zoe. “Cienna and I have both done our work to unlearn those harmful messages. What saved my self esteem was surrounding myself with black people. Black people are healing. Swapping experiences, opening up dialogues, building a community within your own community, keeping your allies close — these are all ways to combat anti-blackness.”
And, of course, through art.
Materialized as a means of empowerment for Halia and to serve as a visual love letter for black girls, this photoshoot is the latest in our Creator’s Circle series. Starring Halia and Cienna, it features designs from two clothing companies with black men and women at their helm. “This shoot was a chance for Halia to get dressed up in clothes she wouldn’t normally wear and see herself in the media, specifically fashion photography,” explains Zoe.
The standout denim and knitwear in the shoot are created by Los Angeles-based brand, No Sesso. The Italian name literally translates to “no sex/ gender.” Founded by Pierre Davis in 2015, No Sesso is a community brand focused on “empowering people of all colors, shapes, and identities via fashion presentations, parties, educational activations, and more,” according to their website. “I’ve walked in three of their runway shows — at this point they’re family to me,” says Zoe. “I always feel taken care of by them and feel a great sense of inspiration when I work with them.”
Kenneth Nicholson brought the impeccably tailored menswear to the shoot. Having served in the United States Army, the designer is inspired by military dress and mixes its precise tailoring with other techniques and aesthetics he picked up during his global travels. “I fell in love with how detail oriented Kenneth is with his pieces,” says Zoe. “I like to use brands that showcase black people in an refreshing way and I feel like both of these designers do a amazing job at showing how dynamic black people are.”
The shoot toes the line between stately-cool family portraiture and a hazy fairy-like dreamworld — two very different concepts that somehow flow seamlessly into one another. At first glance, you probably wouldn’t glean the weight of the message the project encapsulates. It’s only once you hear the personal story behind it that it’s importance and underlying themes really sink in. “Always keep in mind that the world’s disdain for your skin isn’t personal, it’s political,” concludes Zoe. “I hope young black girls can remember that sentiment the next time they catch themselves internalizing any form of anti-blackness.” Ariana Marsh

FARRAKHAN TELLS THIS BLACK HUSBAND THAT HIS WIFE IS LOOKING FOR AN ANGEL OOOO!-FANTASIA – A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY!!

October 2, 2018

Check out @LouisFarrakhan’s Twitter

https://twitter.com/LouisFarrakhan/status/1046924914182246405?s=09

GABOUREY SIDIBE-BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY #1

September 16, 2018

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SERENA WILLIAMS OOOOO!-BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY OOOOO!-FORGIVE BLACK MEN FOR DISRESPECTING YOUR TRUE BLACK BEAUTY!!-GOD WILL SEND YOU A TRUE BLACK MAN WHO WILL APPRECIATE YOU AS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY IN THE WORLD!-LEAVE those white boys alone-they can never make you happy!!!-YOU DESERVE ONLY THE BEST!!-THE BLACK MAN IS THE BEST MAN ON THE PLANET!!!-AFRICAN MEN ARE THERE ALSO FOR YOU OOOO!

March 13, 2017
WE MUST HAVE A BLACK STANDARD OF BEAUTY BASED ON THE BLACK SKINNED BLACKEST WOMAN

Monday, March 13, 2017

SERENA WILLIAMS’ white boy PROBLEM OOOO!-BLACK MEN -YOU MUST STOP REJECTING OUR BEAUTIFUL BLACKEST SKINNED BEAUTIES AND CELEBRATE THEIR OUTSTANDING BEAUTY INSTEAD!!!

Serena’s problem goes back to how Black men treat the Blackest Beauties by rejecting them,calling them names, “dogs”,making fun of people who date them,etc. the pain of rejection by Black men makes these Sisters think they should TURN TO white boys who are also very easy to control! Serena we are PRAYING for you and Venus cause a white boy cannot make you happy! You belong to a strong Black man,even Blacker in color than you are, to make beautiful Black children! Forget abt revenge AGAINST  Black men who have treated you so bad! God will give you that wonderful Black man who knows you are the most Beautiful woman on earth,making beautiful Black children who will outshine all!

Black Men It is up to you to correct other Black men who are calling The Blackest skin Sisters “dogs”,”ugly”,and prove by your actions that Our Queen Mothers of Black Beauty are the most beautiful!
http://yeyeolade.blogspot.com.ng/2017/02/blackest-skin-beauty-why-i-blame-black.html

OUR CRY NOW SHOULD BE “BLACKEN THE RACE”! INSTEAD OF THE SLAVERY BELIEF OF LIGHTEN THE RACE TO BRING BACK THAT BEAUTIFUL BLACKEST SKIN COLOR LINE WE HAD IN THE BEGINNING!

MARRY BLACKER IS MY CRY OOOO! I TAUGHT MY CHILDREN TO LOVE ORIGINAL BLACK SKIN AND THEY MARRIED BLACKER AND BROUGHT THE BLACKER SKIN BACK INTO MY LINE! OLUWA SEUN!(WE THANK GOD!)

BLACKEST SKINNED BEAUTY-THIS AFRICAN SISTER CALLS OUT BLACK MEN TO STOP ABUSING THE BLACKEST BEAUTIES!-FROM WORDPRESS.COM

February 24, 2017

When I was young, growing up in Africa in a country where lighter skinned women are the epitome of beauty, I once asked a woman whom I looked up to why women with light skin were considered more beautiful than women with dark skin. Her answer was straightforward, “Because men like women with lighter skin, […]

via Why I Blame The Black Man For Black People’s Self-Hate —

BLACK PEOPLE!–BEAUTY!–BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY!000000!-FROM Adegboyega Shamsideen Thompson ON FACEBOOK!

March 4, 2016

FROM FACEBOOK BY ADEGBOYEGA SHAMSIDEEN THOMPSON

WE MUST HAVE A BLACK STANDARD OF BEAUTY BASED ON THE BLACK SKINNED BLACKEST WOMAN

Friday, March 04, 2016

BEAUTY!–BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY!000000!-FROM Adegboyega Shamsideen Thompson ON FACEBOOK!

FROM FACEBOOK-

Adegboyega Shamsideen Thompson added a new photo.

LUPITA NYONG’O’S ON VOGUE FOR THE SECOND TIME! -THIS BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY CONTINUES TO BREAK THE white/girl/no/color/no/nose/no/lips/no/hips/pale glass ceiling! BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY RISING AS IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING!

September 18, 2015

2FROM FACEBOOK PAGE OF LUPITA

BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY SUPREME WITH AFRICAN BEAUTY MARKS!-FROM SUDAN-FROM TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE ON FACEBOOK ATI ADEGBOYEGA THOMPSON

August 26, 2015


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