Rihanna Elevates Her Fashion Icon Status By Modelling With Legendary Supermodels Naomi Campbell and Iman

Watch out my personal post about the Rise of the Rihanna Fashion Empire. I’ll write it. Promise.

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The  love between music and fashion has been a long committed marriage. Inseparable and intertwined. With Rihanna having sights on her own fashion empire (after trademarking her planned brands under Fenty), the singer has advanced her fashion status by modelling with two of the legendary models of our time, Iman and Naomi Campbell.

Iman became the first ever Black female model to conquer the high fashion scene and the first to create make-up for women of colour. Her entrepreneurial move to create an beauty range for ethnic women has opened the door to a new make-up market that targets women with different complexions  external from the European. With extensive research, her foundations and range has allowed many women of different ethnicities to also look beautiful. Just think of Sleek, MAC and BlackUp.

Naomi Campbell has become the popular mentor for television show “The Face”. Not only in the UK…

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NYFW Series: DKNY’s Diverse Models – Is It A Phrase Or Will It Cause A Change?

This will be the first of my fashion week series. It’ll take some time but I hope to do a round-up of the New York Fashion Week, with a few interesting posts. Hey, I’m trying to be a blog individualistic out here.

Fashion is a multi-billion dollar industry. It’s historic yet contemporary, ever evolving the way of one’s style, personality and culture. Modernization has made this interest a particular love, obsession and fave; being strongly associated with music, entertainment, beauty and business. However, despite it’s strong associations with art, music and culture, it still has an element missing — diversity.

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Celebrity Branding And It’s Influence On Fan-Purchasing

Many fashion and media communication companies have expanded their departments to cater to celebrity clients. Consumers may be cutting back on their favourite food, clothing, cosmetic etc., brands but they’re spending more on brands that are associated with their favourite superstars.

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