Assata Shakur from Honey Magazine debut issue, 1998. Full article forthcoming.
“In some ways it was easier for my generation. Racism was blatant and obvious. The “Whites Only” signs let us know clearly, what we were up against. Not much has changed, but the system of lies and tricknology is much more sophisticated. Today young people have to be highly informed and acutely analytical, or they will be swept up into a whirlpool of lies and deception.”
You know who Le1f is not fucking with? White people.
“Uh, I’m fabulous, okay? I’m an incredible dresser, I’ve got buckets of money, I’m a hoot and a half, and I’ve got a killer rack.” - Karen Walker
How to Dress Punk FOR GIRLS…
“and you’re just not gonna care” same
oh dear jesus
“EXTREME LEVEL OF PUNK FOR GIRLS”
THIS VIDEO KILLS ME EVERYTIME
Ugandan model Kiara Kabukuru in an editorial for Elle (US) in June 1994 titled ‘Field Of Dreams’ and photographed by Gilles Bensimon in Marrakech, Morocco.
This is one of my most favourite fashion editorials as rarely do we see these carefree ‘shoots involving dark-skinned black women, and whenever Western magazines shoot in foreign locations involving local subjects in the ‘shoot, they are often merely used as agent-less props which is not the case in this spread.
There’s also the inclusion of Africans of different hues in an African location, which I love.
However, I’m yet to discover the name of Kabukuru’s photoshoot partner.
beyonce is making the face adults make when they “lose” a game to a child