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Linda Evangelista isn't pleased, either.
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Time to get with the program, designers.
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As long as diversity is a novelty, it’s not a way of life. And that’s a huge problem.
The 45-year-old supermodel was one of the honourees of the Nelson Mandela Legacy Awards, along with Africa-American civil-rights activist Al Sharpton and Canadian television host Tyrone Edwards.
Three of fashion's most iconic supermodels just joined the Balmain army.
The 45-year-old model poses topless in her latest Instagram post.
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Seriously, she looks the same.
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This day in Dublin, Mandela shakes my hand. It's a most peculiar moment. I look into his eyes, he looks into mine, and somehow I know I'm in the presence of sheer, bloody greatness. Not because of what he's done or had done to him, but simply because of who he is.
For most South Africans, that long walk to freedom Mandela wrote about is on a much longer, stonier and more dangerous road than they ever expected. And it's taking far more time than their well wishers around the world ever predicted. Considering what's happening to his dream of a new, democratic and rainbow nation, maybe it's best that Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela has gone.
If you knew that [Sierra Leone's Revolutionary United Front] were coming, or if you even heard a rumour that the RUF were on their way, knowing that they cut the hands and feet off babies, you wouldn't hang around very long. And it worked -- it was very successful. It helped them clear the diamond fields, and they could dig diamonds to their heart's content. There are 1.5-million artisanal diamond diggers in Africa -- they produce about 16 per cent of the world's diamonds. So there's a good chance that 16 per cent of the diamonds in any store are part of that problem.
Either Naomi Campbell is super tall or Azzedine Alaia is very short! In a photo worthy of a double take, Naomi Campbell and the designer stood side-by-side while attending a party for the designer’s S...