Celebrities took a break from London Fashion Week on Tuesday night to support the Naked Heart Foundation's Fabulous Fund Fair in London. The larger-than-life charity event, which features big names facing off in bumper calls and ball pits and spinning wheels, was a star-studded affair. Show More Summary
And she's not the only one.
The star-studded Fabulous Fund Fair event made headlines on Tuesday night as models and celebrities strutted down the red carpet. Co-hosting the show with Natalia Vodianova, Karlie Kloss looked stunning in a black sheer dress numberShow More Summary
Karlie Kloss strikes a fierce pose as she arrives at the London’s Fabulous Fund Fair hosted by the Naked Heart Foundation on Tuesday night (February 21) at the Roundhouse in London, England. The 24-year-old model stunned in a glittery, sheer dress as she co-hosted the event. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Karlie Kloss [...]
Gigi versus Bella, the two sisters are rivaling each other in the latest CR Fashion Book issue. The two join fashion editor Carine Roitfeld, Karlie Kloss and Lara Stone as they each got their own separate covers for the tenth edition. Show More Summary
In the past five years, grassroots activism has defined citizen unrest and resistance towards government, politicians, and the police. The Trump presidency era adds a layer of political and activist urgency, ensuring that every part of culture become political. Show More Summary
Karlie Kloss is the latest in what has become a string of white celebrities appropriating Asian culture. The model issued an apology after seeing outrage over her Geisha photoshoot for Vogue.
After photos circulated of Karlie Kloss's spread in Vogue's March 2017 issue, the model and magazine came under intense scrutiny. The editorial, entitled "Spirited Away," featured photos of Karlie dressed in kimonos with Geisha-inspired makeup and wigs shot at Isa-Shima National Park in Japan. Show More Summary
It's almost boring how common and seemingly acceptable yellowface and whitewashing Asian characters and culture is in popular media. Yet, when a world-renowned fashion publication purports to do a diversity issue, only to feature a white...Show More Summary
The model has since issued an apology
Karlie Kloss has issued an apology via Twitter, obvs, in response to the outcry over a fashion shoot in she appeared in the pages of Vogue’s diversity issue dressed like a geisha. Read more...
Nowadays, it would seem Condé Nast might be having a dilemma with two of its most popular publications: Vogue and Teen Vogue. They've been facing some tough criticism lately due to the fact that the editors and writing staff at...
Karlie Kloss has come out and issued an apology. The model says she's sorry for her involvement in a controversial Vogue photoshoot that has stirred up quite a bit of backlash for casting a Caucasian woman as a Geisha. The spread, which...Show More Summary
When the March cover of Vogue's diversity issue was unveiled last week, people cried foul, insisting there was actually a lack of diversity among the seven cover stars. Among the models -- many of whom have since been referred to as "the most overused, most conventional-looking models" -- were Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Ashley Graham. Show More Summary
How dumb!!! Vogue has come under fire for putting white model Karlie Kloss in a geisha outfit for March's diversity issue (the same one that included a Photoshopped cover featuring Gigi Hadid, Ashley Graham, and Kendall Jenner, among others). Related: Vogue Paris Features First Transgender Cover Model People are understandably upset that there is yet another issue of [...]
The cover of Vogue‘s March 2017 issue was recently hailed by some as a sign that the magazine was embracing inclusion, thanks to a diverse range of models and a cover line that read “no norm is the new norm.” However, an editorial inside the magazine that surfaced Tuesday showed that there’s still room for…
Karlie Kloss has issued an apology after appropriating Japanese culture in a photo shoot where she dressed as a Geisha. The 24-year-old model appeared in the latest issue of Vogue as the Geisha and received backlash for the photo spread. Early Tuesday (February 15), Karlie took to Twitter to issue an apology to those she [...]
American Vogue’s March issue ? with its cover featuring a cast of multiracial and body-positive models ? was supposed to be a celebration of diversity and inclusion, according to a blog post promoting it. But photos apparently leaked...Show More Summary
Karlie Kloss is causing more controversy. After it was revealed that she mistook Beyoncé for TLC, she appeared as a geisha for Vogue’s “Diversity” issue. Looks like that Condé Nast diversity panel really did some good ???? (ed note:Show More Summary