The great, the good, the famous and the shallow have been out sipping champagne at London Fashion Week shows and controversial Daily Mail writer Liz Jones has written an hilarious article (well I think it’s funny) about her time spent at a LFW show.
See below excerpts from the article.
When I read all the other reviews of the [Stella] McCartney love-in, I felt as if I was living in a parallel universe. ‘I was in the queue for the loo with Kate Moss!’ gushed one grown woman.
Hahahahahahahahahahahaha. What a fool. These licky licky antics seriously need to stop!
Editors of the glossies have no choice: each designer brand runs a points system. If a star they approve of wears their designs on your cover, you get ten points. If a star they don’t approve of wears their clothes – and by this I mean a black actress or singer – you get nul points.
Yep! I believe that this is in fact true. Most of the top designer brands don’t really like the idea of black actresses/singers wearing their clothes on the covers of magazines.
I remember years ago when famous black folk (e.g. rappers) became foolishly OBSESSED with all things Versace. At the time this didn’t go down too well in the House of Versace (LOL).
Click HERE to read the full article.
Your thoughts please…
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