October 30th, 2012
Ethnic Models, Snapshot
Snapshot: Lidia Kochetkova, Nathallia Krauchanka, Edda Oscars, Alexa Corlett and Fatou Noba by Hans Feurer for Glamour Italia October 2012
By Claire

Let’s Go. Lidia Kochetkova, Nathallia Krauchanka, Edda Oscars, Alexa Corlett and Fatou Noba by Hans Feurer for Glamour Italia October 2012.
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9 Responses to “Snapshot: Lidia Kochetkova, Nathallia Krauchanka, Edda Oscars, Alexa Corlett and Fatou Noba by Hans Feurer for Glamour Italia October 2012”

  1. Debbie says:

    I like it … It kinda look like old vogue magazines…but why is there only one black women ….but it’s still nice

  2. Jennifer says:

    I love it! The all-black look is FIERCE!

  3. libby17 says:

    LOVE the white girl with kinky hair look/photo!! Celebrate all hair types more often <3 <3

  4. Centric says:

    Once again Italy wants to market using black fashion, culture, and aesthetics but gets it wrong again. A white girl with kinky hair? Really? At least be realistic, white women don’t have kinky hair, not even the mixed ones. It’s either extremely curly wavy or straight NOT kinky. I think the looks are ok, but its a backhand compliment to have one black model and a bunch of white models in braid wigs and boho sweaters in a wannabe jersey black blogger boho chic look. SO no this does NOT really DO it for me. I would like for italy to only reference cultures/street fashion they actually know about. Maybe they should look at how black fahsionistas native to Italy dress (they do exsist), or African influences in Italian art etc…but I guess that would mean we darker humans aren’t as different as they like to fantasize…uh-oh realities.

    Sorry I really went off but these things are an issue to me and I just think back to Dolce & Gabana’s spring 2013 earrings that tread blackface, and the 2009 (i think it was 2009 or 2010) Italian vogue article discussing “Slave earrings” as a trend.

  5. libby17 says:

    @ centric : white women with kinky hair and black women with bone straight hair – BOTH not realistic but i appreciate the fantasy that high fashion/couture is supposed to bring. that pic does it for me. no different than white people with dreads. i like seeing people of different ethnicities celebrate other people’s ethnicity/culture that are not their own. black people do it all the time (i.e. str8 hair, contacts, nose jobs, chinese tattoos, etc.) it’s time for the world to celebrate what’s naturally ours. all in all i think it brings us closer together.

    i will say that yes they could have added more black models but whatevs.

  6. Anonymous says:

    White women do have kinky hair. Especially the mixed ones. That dry kinky ass blonde hair. I don’t understand why can’t we all get along.

  7. I actually really love this despite the fact that there’s not enough ethnic models however it really doesn’t matter. What matters is that culture obviously inspires fashion.

  8. Jennifer says:

    Agree with Anonymous. It’s rare, but it happens—which is exactly why it’s a high fashion commodity when it does.

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