M . E . L . A . N . I . N
Photography : Rene Frese
Make- up by : Blush muah
Designer : Elvis
Models : Sensemielja , aisha , Larissa Elo
B” FLOOR STUDIOS production
Photography : Rene frese Designer : Kevin Leslie Models : Alvin Brand & Sensemielja Letitia Sumter
I C O N I C
F A S H I O N V I C T I M S °• 🛍 °
DFW Designer @metakay
Location and Makeup Team
Dmodels @loveeiriny, @rigona_x
Street Fashion #Vintage
You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.
#Getstarted Make it happen
Designer Kevin Leslie / Photography : Rene Frese / Concept Fashionable Stylist SS'
Don't mess with this fashionable squad!
Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.
A F R I C A N P R I D E ..
The key to style is learning who you are, which takes years.
There's no how-to road map to style. It's about self expression and, above all, attitude.
Designer : Mariana Ngombo
You can't stop the future
You can't rewind the past
The only way to learn the secret
...is to press play
Amazing designer @kunkei_sabina 💕 @asparafashionweek
Photo by @schwab.marcel
#madeinkazahstan #fashion#modeling #newcollection#NationalCostume #NEW#SNEAKPEEK
F A I R Y L A N D #TrueStory🕌🧚♀️
PULSE - Diversity Fashion Magazine . . .
#DFW wants to make that change in the fashion industry and show them what diversity really is!' ✨ Let us take you on a magical journey in the beautiful world of Diversity Fashion
Amazing Photography : Marcel Maximiliaan Schwab
Pro Fotoshoot Studio - Marcel Schwab
MODELS : Romy Heere,Sensemielja Letitia Sumter, Quinty, Catinca,Tyra
Make-up : Orly Ben David
Hair styling : Mira Cesar , Marjolein Renfurm Designer Cape : Arzu Sonmez / Wens Fashion Designer Dress by : Sandhya Manniesing / All Together with Sandhya Manniesing Stylist : FashionableStylist SS Agency : Diversitymodelagency-dma
Concept : DiversityFashionweek
CHECK NOW : https://www.diversityfashionweek.nl/pulse-diversity-fashion-magazine-news
H I G H F A S H I O N S H O O T .
Concept & styling by : Sensemielja / Brand: Limona / Photography : Harry Klein
T H E B E A U T Y
O F R E A L D I V E R S I T Y🔐👨👩👧
DMA Models : Zabih, Xueli and Romy
Quitting is never an option on the road to success. Find the way forward. If you have a positive mindset and are willing to do whatever it takes, there is little that is beyond your reach. The attitude of being ready to work even in the face of challenges and despite odds is what will make all the difference in your life.”
#DFW wants to make that change in the fashion industry and show them what diversity really is!
Photography : Marcel Maximiliaan
a few pictures of the of BIG edition of DiversityFashionweek in Arendshoeve the Garden of Amsterdam 26 may #DAY3
He came specially for the fashion week to the Netherlands
to showcase his NEW and amazing collection.
His story about his Black and White Collection
The collection was inspired by the song one people different colors by lucky dube ! The mix race, racism that exist in the western societies, what's more beautiful than come together as one ppl to celebrate each other and never let the skin defined us. We recommend one people different colors. This is my collection black & white - I am ziza creations from the smiling coast of AFRICA the Gambia. By International designer : Ziza Creation Photos by : Harry Donkers, Klaas Sikkema
Photos by : Quentin Rademaker / Marcel Maximiliaan
Photo by : Tony Pérez / DESIGNER: D1RT Couture / https://www.d1rt.nl/
Dolce & Gabbana - Alta Moda Autumn/Winter
2019 Couture Collection
Dior Jets to Marrakech for Resort 2020
Maria Grazia Chiuri collaborated with several African artists on the "Common Ground" collection.
The Moroccan city not only served as host to Dior's latest runway; its artists and culture helped inspire and create the collection. The theme was "Common Ground," which it sought to achieve through a series of collaborations with several African artists, offering a fresh point-of-view from the storied French fashion house. At a time when the fashion industry is increasingly being called out for cultural appropriation, it was a risky move—but Maria Grazia Chiuri aimed for appreciation, not appropriation.