ARTICLE OF THE DAY: ‘SOMEONE HAS TO TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT FASHION’

Kate Moss, Rihanna and Stella McCartney at London Fashion Week show

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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  1. Yep, I remember those times. I heard Tommy Hilfiger(JewISH) wasn’t too pleased with Negroes rushing out and purchasing his garments either. Man, the so called Negro, we can be so fool sometimes in an effort by some of us to try to bred up to the European man and his so called “standards”.

    I saw men getting cussed out raw by their own peers because they weren’t wearing Armarni, Versage or Hilfiger. Tight homosexual jeans were the fashion back then and now the same thing is happening again with this monkey jeans crap where the jeans are not only tight, but it also looks like you have defecated yourself, to put it mildly. We as a people so need a reset to default.

  2. @Verbs

    “and now the same thing is happening again with this monkey jeans crap where the jeans are not only tight, but it also looks like you have defecated yourself”

    hahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahhaha – *DEAD*

  3. It just goes to show how through the influence of the media and so called celebrities, the masses(especially our people) can be so easily persuaded to part with their hard earned cash in order to wear some of the most ridiculous garmets that have ever been launched forward onto this planet in the name of so called “fashion”.

  4. Yet Black celebrities are brand whores and are the first ones who likes to be photographed in “White” designers clothes although those do NOT want them to.

  5. Black celebs are not the only one who does that, you have every day people spending what they don’t have to pretend what they’re not. Buried themself in debts to walk around with designers garments. They believe it give them status…..hahahahhahhaha

  6. I will never understand why Black people insist on being fools. The people in the fashion industry don’t even think Black people are attractive. But you will still go to their shows and support them. Makes no sense to me! If a label give you status….or shall i say self esteem…then something is really wrong with this picture. They don’t think much of you but you will go out and buy their garment……dumb…..just plain dumb.. Verbs…yep….

  7. The Tommy Hilfiger being a racist saying he didn’t want us wearing his clothes is one of the biggest urban legends out there and has been since the 90’s. 1996 to be exact. i had people lie to my face and state they saw him say it on oprah, yet he never appeared on her show until 2007 and she didnt throw him off. why didnt anyone question the hilfiger campaigns being a mix of black white and asian teen models if this were the case? This rumour and the black woman winning a $2billion payout for the matrix needs to die.

  8. I don’t know if Hilfiger said what he is susposed to have said and I don’t really care the fact is the fashion industry is racist everyone and their dog knows this and it’s embarassing when you see black rappers especially promoting all these brands who don’t want to be associated with them. I’ve been saying this for a long time, we need to stop playing beg friend with the white fashion industry and start our own industry and call it black not urban there’s enough black fashion designers, stylists etc out there, everyone knows we’d add more flava to the old, boring, dull, skinny, pale, stuffy, uptight, East European obsessed, botox, coked up, Anna Wintour love fest.

    Oh yeh loved the article, it’s about time people talk the truth.

  9. Co sign Moreno and Chico Rei. What, these same rich JewISH families who were slamming our forefathers into ships, packing them in like subway trains in peak hours and transporting them across the Atlantic to be used as free labour, all of a sudden like us and are our friends?????

    Hilfiger or whoever with a campaign involving black people makes me all the more suspicious. Bill Gates has a campaign to rid Africa of disease through vaccines, however Billy boy Gates is a strong proponent of Eugenics, so in his eyes BLACKS are the disease of Africa. 2+2= 4 as to what the vaccines are really for then. You have to recognize the double speak with all of these rich characters. I refuse to be suckered in by the European fork tongue, even the native Americans recognized this trait among white people, why are we always the last and so fool to see it ourselves?

  10. Don’t remember the date but when Hilfiger appeared on Oprah, she question him about those allegation, His reply was ” I never said I’m not pleased with black using my label what I did say was my label is not made for black body type. He went on to say I love African American some of my best friends and customers are African American. I saw this interview.

  11. Haven’t we heard those lines before, “my best friend is black” or ” I love black people”? Seems to me that this would be a clear indication that he was trying to run a number on us. Yet another question must be asked, if his clothes are not made for the black body type, why are our people still so fast to rush out and purchase the garments, can’t we hear?

  12. BPrincess :
    Don’t remember the date but when Hilfiger appeared on Oprah, she question him about those allegation, His reply was ” I never said I’m not pleased with black using my label what I did say was my label is not made for black body type. He went on to say I love African American some of my best friends and customers are African American. I saw this interview.

    What’s a black body type? you can say black women have a curiver body type, but it was mainly men wearing Hilfiger at that time, and what’s a black male type?

    If I started my own fashion line. I swear I’d hire a white man to front it and then have him make a racist comment that way I know it will sell out especially amongst black people. SMH

  13. @ Chico-Rei:

    Feel free to ask Mr. Hilfiger what’s his definition of black body type or you can look up the video on Youtube. I was not part of his taught process. I’m only quoting what He stated.

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