The Whitewashing Of Culture In Last Night’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

I waited till this morning to write this because I needed to see for myself before jumping on any bandwagons or any conclusions that weren’t my own. 949 more words

Lifestyle

The Whitewashing Of Culture In Last Night’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

I waited till this morning to write this because I needed to see for myself before jumping on any bandwagons or any conclusions that weren’t my own. 949 more words

Entertainment News

The Whitewashing Of Culture In Last Night’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

I waited till this morning to write this because I needed to see for myself before jumping on any bandwagons or any conclusions that weren’t my own. 949 more words

Entertainment News

The Whitewashing Of Culture In Last Night’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

I waited till this morning to write this because I needed to see for myself before jumping on any bandwagons or any conclusions that weren’t my own. 945 more words

Style

Santa is White? No, Shit?!

After avoiding this story for close to two days, I finally got around to it while I was reading up on the veterans arriving at Standing Rock to stand alongside the oppressed, on… 696 more words

Racism

Cultural Appropriation and Consumer Behaviour

Haslow’s ‘Hierarchy of Needs’ model gives us a visual representation of why consumers buy and engage in the material they do.

Theoretically, a consumer will make their way from the bottom to the top of the pyramid throughout their consumption, however this is not always the case, especially with the consumption of fashion products. 295 more words

Cultural Appropriation

Appropriation of African Culture in Fashion

Japanese designer Junya Watanabe’s A/W 2015 fashion show in Paris provided a shining example of appropriating black culture onto white subjects. Presented in the Museum of Immigration was a show clearly very largely influenced by African roots, including Masai (a semi-nomadic ethnic group in southern Kenya and northern Tanizia) style necklaces, dreadlocks and cornrows, African textile fabrics, and some models were holding spears. 521 more words

Cultural Appropriation