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Maria Borges, Lais Ribeiro, Jourdan Dunn, Joan Smalls, Jasmine Tookes, and Malaika Firth, Victoria’s Secret 2013 Fashion Show

Tag(s): #Regina Hall
Tag(s): #Lil' Kim
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Adwoa Aboah photographed by  Patrick Demarchelier, Vogue December 2013

Adwoa Aboah photographed by  Patrick Demarchelier, Vogue December 2013

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Naomi photographed by John-Paul Pietrus
The devastating Typhoon Haiyan that hit the Philippines has taken thousands of lives and now more than ever, the country could use some help. Photographer John-Paul Pietrus, who is half Filipino, has collaborated with supermodel Naomi Campbell for a set of prints with proceeds going to the Red Cross appeal for Typhoon Haiyan victims. Visit johnpaulpietrus.com to purchase a print of the Naomi Campbell image featured above for  $31.95 US Dollars. The prints are limited edition and will be signed by John-Paul. The sale closes on Thursday, November 14th. (via fashiongonerogue)

Naomi photographed by John-Paul Pietrus

The devastating Typhoon Haiyan that hit the Philippines has taken thousands of lives and now more than ever, the country could use some help. Photographer John-Paul Pietrus, who is half Filipino, has collaborated with supermodel Naomi Campbell for a set of prints with proceeds going to the Red Cross appeal for Typhoon Haiyan victims. Visit johnpaulpietrus.com to purchase a print of the Naomi Campbell image featured above for  $31.95 US Dollars. The prints are limited edition and will be signed by John-Paul. The sale closes on Thursday, November 14th. (via fashiongonerogue)

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Tag(s): #Aaliyah
Tag(s): #Erykah Badu

"I enjoy being able to take on different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. And so, when I was given this opportunity to play this woman, a slave, from a time that really is not a part of my everyday life, it was such a gift, as an actor, to lend myself to that kind of story. Our discussions were always geared toward character and creating a real human being on screen. I, of course, did what I needed to do in order to bring that person into the room, and it was really about not only trying to find the inner workings of the character, but also the external circumstances and the physicality that would have lent itself to that inner character. And that’s what we really focused on building. So we never had, like, some sort of bigger picture discussion, and I’m really looking forward to seeing that discussion happening on the public platform."
— Lupita Nyong’o, VOGUE [x]

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Tag(s): #Nia Long
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