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Quote of the day: Campbell Addy



NiiJournal

“One major change would be that if a black person does something about black people it doesn’t have to be political. It’s just them reflecting themselves to the world. If a black person shoots something, it isn’t a black photographer or a black designer; it’s purely a photographer. It’s the smaller things that can change people’s perceptions.”
Photographer and NiiJournal publisher Campbell Eddy on creating visibility for people of colour within fashion and media, Indie magazine

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IMAGE: Campbell Addy
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Quote of the day: Heist



Isabelle Martin Fellu X Heist
“We [the brands] don’t actually know what ‘nude’ is. We can take a stab at a range of colors, but we have no idea what the distribution of skin tones is. What are the Pantone shades that are important, and how do you transfer those from Pantone into fabric dyes from rayon to cotton to cashmere?”
Toby Darbyshire, CEO of bodywear brand, Heist on facing the challenge of skin-toned hosiery, Lean Luxe

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Quote of the day: Vogue X Celine Dion



Celine Dion Vogue couture video
“I am living for this. This is the greatest video I have ever seen. My acne is clear, my taxes are filed, my problems have disappeared thanks to QUEEN CELINE and Vogue. BLESS.”
YouTube commenter expressing what we all though of that Celine Dion Vogue video

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IMAGE: Vogue
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Quote of the day: Honey Dijon



Honey Dijon

“I feel like the internet has killed culture and subcultures because it’s made everyone separatist, no one goes outside of their comfort zone. Facebook and Instagram are not reality. Of course everyone you like is going to like the same shit as you. That’s the world we live in now, it’s one big echo chamber. The culture I come from you had to bring something. You had to have a personality or a talent. You had to bring something to the party instead of taking something away.” (more…)