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Satan shoes? Sure. But Lil Nas X is not leading American kids to devil-worship

Satan shoes? Sure. But Lil Nas X is not leading American kids to devil-worship

Lil Nas X has embraced the hate and conspiracy with his latest song and the accompanying video, which satirically doubles down on the idea that his sexual orientation will send him to hell by visually traveling there himself, lap-dancing for the devil, and usurping him as the king of the underworld. This, along with his limited release of custom Satanic-themed sneakers made with a trace amount of human blood, has brought a furor of condemnation and fresh conspiracy theories that ...

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Nike Sues over ‘Satan Shoes’ with human blood

Nike Sues over ‘Satan Shoes’ with human blood

"There is already evidence of significant confusion and dilution occurring in the marketplace, including calls to boycott Nike in response to the launch of MSCHF's Satan Shoes, based on the mistaken belief that Nike has authorized or approved this product," it said. The lawsuit cites a tweet by popular shoe influencer @Saint from last Friday, which teased the upcoming release of the shoes and drummed up publicity over the weekend on social media and in the media in the US. ...

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Akintunde Ahmad’s new fashion line takes African textiles global

Akintunde Ahmad’s new fashion line takes African textiles global

The style fuses West African textiles with urban streetwear and luxury quality, including fugu, a woven fabric from the upper west region of Ghana; kente, a traditionally woven fabric found throughout Ghana and Bogolanfini, also known as mudcloth, a hand-dyed fabric that is made in Mali. "Ade Dehye is more than just a clothing company. How many of you can say what you wear was made by black hands?" continues Tunde, following Ade Dehye's launch in February.

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Nathalie Bajinya Fashion Designer From Congo Celebrate her New-found joy in Lakewood.

Nathalie Bajinya Fashion Designer From Congo Celebrate her New-found joy in Lakewood.

My name is sophia Bajinya CEO/ OWNER of Joy Bajinya. I was born in Africa Congo a.k.a D.R.C. As a teen I started this business when, this queen told me she was not beautiful because her hair was not straight and she was black. My goal is to make our teenager feel blessed with who they are and make them embrace their beautiful culture. As me? I was bullied in middle school for wearing my afro ...

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Socialite Mollie Moon Used Fashion Shows to Fund the Civil Rights Movement

Socialite Mollie Moon Used Fashion Shows to Fund the Civil Rights Movement

Black women were giving and raising money to create the world they wanted to live in. Ebony Fashion Fair was a vehicle through which they could perform this women-centered freedom dreaming. The Fashion Fair ran annually through 2009, raising nearly $60 million in its 51-year run. Moon and countless others whose names have been lost to history were the visionaries who kept the touring show in circulation.

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