The Good Morning Britain presenter ridiculed claims that the Duchess of Sussex faces criticism due to her race.
WASHINGTON (AP) — National Geographic acknowledged on Monday that it covered the world through a racist lens for generations, with its magazine portrayals of bare-breasted women and naive brown-skinned tribesmen as savage, unsophisticated and unintelligent.
Laetitia Ky has had her fair share of viral treatment. In the summer, her hair hands sculpture took over the Internet.Why?Because it was made from nothing but her hair.The Ivory Coast artist uses her natural hair to create stunning works of art, inspired by her native Africa.Using inspirations ranging from the political to just plain beautiful, Laetitia’s sculptures take the form of anything from glasses to a woman of colour dancing across her head.“I came across an Instagram album of hairstyles women used to wear in some African tribes prior to colonisation,” she told Okay Africa. “These hairstyles were really impressive and made me want to use hairstyling as a means of expression.”Saying that she really wants to “express [her] love for Africa,” the artist and aspiring fashion designer uses a wide variety of materials to illustrate her innermost thoughts.“I live in a beautiful country by extraordinary and creative people. Unfortunately, these individuals stay in the shadow and do not express themselves for fear of being judged.”“I want to show that celebrating one’s uniqueness shouldn’t be viewed negatively and one should always strive to express oneself.”We have no idea how she does it but take a look at some of Laetitia’s gravity-defying creations.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Zendaya’s latest hairstyle was inspired by a vintage photo of her auntsCan onion juice help with hair growth?The weird reason your hair sometimes hurts
Kim Kardashian appears on the cover of Interview Magazine alongside her daughter North West, 4.
Despite stating his intent was not about "race change," some of Paintdatface’s Instagram followers took offense and called his latest work “blackface.”
The world is increasingly obsessed with labels. The insidious need to categorise our fellow humans via a prescribed set of social constructs lurks beneath the surface of all small talk.
Each year at the Cheltenham Festival, there’s one day on which our eyes are drawn to colours besides those on the horses.That’s Cheltenham Ladies Day where, year after year, the fascinators worn by female attendees get higher, and the dresses brighter.Here are some of the most striking looks from this year’s event today.The Beauty and the Beast effect: Celebrities who’ve gone full Belle on the red carpetThe edgy evolution of the suit: Male celebrities daring to be different on the red carpet
From empowering statements to iconic TV and film quotes, slogan T-Shirts have become a style staple of late. The top emblazoned with a bloodied baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire and the words “Eeny Meeny Miny Moe” received complaints from some shoppers who accused the slogan of being racist.
We may be used to Kanye West sparking controversies every 0.2 seconds by now, but this doesn’t make them any less shocking or eye-roll worthy.
Last month Blake Lively stirred up something of a social media storm when she was accused of racism for a comment she made about her body. Sharing an image to Instagram of her in a figure-hugging gold dress on the Cannes red carpet, the actress captioned the snapshot. Despite the backlash, Blake chose to leave the photo on her feed and has remained tight-lipped about the insta-row ever since.
People are talking about Misha Collection’s spring runway show — not for the clothes but because a cast of all-while models strutted to a "fiery black power anthem."
When it comes to the road bike vs triathlon bike decision, I’d recommend using what’s most accessible to you, and what you’re most comfortable with. If you’re doing an Olympic distance triathlon or longer, taking in calories and proper hydration during your event is definitely something you’ll want to have tested beforehand.
Hannah Yarker, who is white, and Kyle Armstrong, who is of mixed black and white heritage, have twin daughters with different skin tones — Myla is darker while Anaya is fair. Their proud mom says she can’t walk through the grocery store without being stopped multiple times, and she’s constantly explaining that the girls are twins, and yes, they’re both her daughters.