This is terrifying.
this is so fucking disgusting smh
My god I have never seen something so terrifying in my entire life
Do y’all see?
how are we supposed to live?
Taking inspiration from psychedelic art and bohemia, DENT de MAN takes a more balanced approach by demonstrating a journey towards maturity and evolution. This is represented by a sometimes- darker mood with the stories behind each print becoming representative of a spiritual guide towards a positive awakening.
This season’s prints signify positive and negative spaces as being warped and rearranged. Fractal patterns, shapes and objects suggest life obstacles on the pathway towards greatness. Once again, the DENT de MAN man is invited to reveal himself through the collection, this time towards a place of acceptance as his soul is revitalised for the new season.
Contrasting print placements and fabric paneling represent the importance of loyalty and commitment along with self-revelation and freedom. Kaleidoscopic patterns sit next to classic stripes, whilst intricate prints and ancient art forms appear alongside polka dots and chambray. This divergence of patterns and colours exhibit the brands contemporary focus for SS15 whilst remaining true to classic and vintage style.
All Africa, All the time.
Today was such a good beach day. About 15 folks all out by the beach, everyone brought a home cooked meal which all tasted amazing and myself and the beau went to explore the beach. Turns out, I’m scared shitless of crabs and I’m convinced that all their scuttling is just a set mission to scuttle over your toes so I didn’t stay by the waters that long. Either way, it was all worth it for the good company and my very good company =) - Yagazie Emezi
At 28 years old, Raven-Symoné has a very clear sense of who she is — and isn’t. The former “Cosby Show” actress and star of “That’s So Raven” recently sat down with Oprah and opened up about her strong sense of self, inclu…
sigh @ ‘don’t label me african-american’
*whispers* The new black coalition has gained another member
Oprah tried to save her, to give her a chance to clarify and Raven doubled down. :(
Raven: I’m tired of being labeled. I’m an American. I’m not an African-American; I’m an American.
Oprah: …Oh, girl. Don’t set up the Twitter on fire… Oh, my lord. What did you just say?
((OPRAH KNEEEWWWWW. SHE KNEW ))
Raven: I mean, I don’t know where my roots go to. I don’t know how far back they go… I don’t know what country in Africa I’m from, but I do know that my roots are in Louisiana. I’m an American. And that’s a colorless person.
Oprah: You’re going to get a lot of flak for saying you’re not African-American. You know that, right?
((OPRAH IS STILL TRYING TO SAVE HER))
Raven: I don’t label myself. I have darker skin ((Girl)). I have a nice, interesting grade of hair ((GIRL)). I connect with Caucasian, I connect with Asian, I connect with black, I connect with Indian, I connect with each culture ((……………………………………………………))
WE WERE ROOTING FOR YOU
I wouldn’t be rolling my eyes if she had simply said “I don’t consider myself African-American; I prefer Black”. That “colorless” and “interesting grade of hair” shit can go.
Oprah tried to save her from a fate similar to Pharrell’s.
So ”I have a nice, interesting grade of hair” is the new way to say “I have good hair” or nah?
Oprah still the GOAT tryna save dear ol’ Raven-Symoné
I can’t wait until he gets here. I just have a couple more weeks. I’m excited to bring a child into the world, and sharing that experience with my husband is probably the most beautiful part.
Raven: Im not an African-American, im an American
Lol! All hail to the colorless people from Louisiana!
Color in Cameroun
By Mascha Joustra
Raven Symone: I’m tired of being labeled
Me: Yes, girl! Preach
Raven: I’m an American.
Raven: I’m not an African-American; I’m an American
Raven: I’m an American. And that’s a colorless person.
Oprah: You are a melting pot in one body
Raven: Aren’t we all?