7.28.2012

& R41NB0WS

A little over a week ago Marcus of SKLTN Mag came to my apartment to shoot me.  There's more to come later this month so keep an eye out!  Until then, you can see a few more shots HERE.

photo one - collars by Homemade Speed, cash tank by me, blood is the new black tank
photo two - Hysteric Glamour track jacket
photo three - all vintage, necklace by me





3 comments:

  1. Hey, this (your wearing of braids/durags) is cultural appropriation. Please stop.

    It's especially offensive since you live in a neighborhood that's being rapidly gentrified by white people; the Dominicans who lived there for decades (as it was the only place they could afford) are being pushed out into the Bronx.

    http://www.racialicious.com/2008/09/18/cultural-appropriation-homage-or-insult/

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  2. Everything is appropriation and everyone appropriates in some way or another. Take a minute and try to imagine what the world would be like if people were only allowed to wear hairstyles and clothing from their own culture.

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