Tuesday 26 February 2013

Ondria Hardin- White Model Poses As "African Queen" For Numero Magazine.


There is outrightly no problem if a European Magazine wants to depict an African essence; it heightens our pride that the rest of the world acknowledge our passion. 

But in a case as this, where Paris Magazine Numero hired a White model Ondria Hardin and had her skin fully bronzed out to pose as an "African Queen" in its March issue, I think it is unacceptable. I mean, what happened to Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid, Alek Wek, Liya Kebede, Agbani Darego, Oluchi  Onweagba, Ajak Deng, etc? These are African models who are making it big internationally. That aside, the modelling agency that represents Ondria Hardin also has a handful of Black models such as Kelly, Raquel, Rose etc who could have done the same job perfectly. To think the scarcity of Black models in mainstream fashion is gaining grounds by the day, is not comfortable.


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  1. This is a nice concept.....i think they re trying to depict a charater... Great pose..i luv em'all

    1. whatever they are depicting can be done with a blak model so whars ur point

    2. learn2english, nigger

    3. you too, idiot...

  2. Don't see anything wrong with it. Its artistic. It doesn't mean there are no black models. We should learn to think outside the box.

  3. I am soooo tired of hearing "someones" are screaming racism all the time.

  4. It is a joke right? What nigger is enough dark? American can be? Or just echte African? If so which part of the continent from?

    Dark people you have nothing better to do?


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