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Local African-American Fashion Designer Launches New Collection in Celebration of Black History Month

Local African-American Fashion Designer Launches New Collection in Celebration of Black History Month

When it comes to fashion, american apparels are always at the forefront. But have you ever wondered what those fashionable apparels were made of? Yes,

When it comes to fashion, american apparels are always at the forefront. But have you ever wondered what those fashionable apparels were made of? Yes,

"lake" by junk-food ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Brixton, American Apparel, Free People, Dr. Martens, women's clothing, women's fashion, women, female, woman and misses

"lake" by junk-food ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Brixton, American Apparel, Free People, Dr. Martens, women's clothing, women's fashion, women, female, woman and misses

Chris Schoonover is an American fashion and portrait photographer living and working New York, NY.

Chris Schoonover is an American fashion and portrait photographer living and working New York, NY.

Lace high low skirt made to fit American Girl doll by MegAGDolls

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✪ Native American Inspiration in Anna Sui Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2011 ✪ http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/spring-summer-2011/ready-to-wear/anna-sui/full-length-photos# ♡ ℒℴѵℯ ♡ the Boots

Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection

✪ Native American Inspiration in Anna Sui Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2011 ✪ http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/spring-summer-2011/ready-to-wear/anna-sui/full-length-photos# ♡ ℒℴѵℯ ♡ the Boots

Too Black For America: 1950's Beauty Helen Williams - The First African American Fashion Model >>Helen Williams was the 1st female African American fashion model to break into the mainstream.   But it was the French, rather than the Americans, that embraced her.

Too Black For America: 1950's Beauty Helen Williams - The First African American Fashion Model >>Helen Williams was the 1st female African American fashion model to break into the mainstream. But it was the French, rather than the Americans, that embraced her.

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