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The fashion director of Vogue Brazil has resigned after she was accused of racism because her birthday party appeared to resemble depictions of …
Pictures taken at Donata Meirelles’ 50th birthday show her sat on a throne, surrounded by black women in white dresses, at a party in Bahia, the state with the biggest black population.Ms Meirelles later posted a now-deleted apology before reposting Vogue Brazil’s statement and saying she wanted to learn from her mistakes.Critics claimed the party was inspired by Brazilian slave colonies, and used the black women as “photo props.
”Author Ale Santos tweeted: “Donata Meirelles is a perverse woman who wished to revive one of the biggest torments of Black people to satisfy her sordid fantasy of white hegemony.Shelby Ivey Christie said: “Vogue Brazil’s Style Director Donata Meirelles had a very disgusting 50th birthday party theme last night“There appears to be a Brazilian slave + master theme.Mucamas (house slaves), who were very clearly darker complexioned, were posed as props alongside guests #DoShow50
Critics claimed the party was inspired by “Brazil slavery colonies” (Gabriel Cappelletti/Getty Images for amfAR)“The uniform of the Mucamas, house slaves, was usually a white linen or cotton dress. “Sinhá” is a remnant from Brazilian slave language.Slaves couldn’t properly pronounce senorita so they shorted into “Sinhá” when addressing their female master.“The white dresses headwraps are not coincidental.Here are images of female Brazilian slaves smh.“Brazil did not outlaw slavery until 1888, almost the 20th century.“Brazil, not America, has the largest population of people of African decent living outside of Africa – By 1888 Brazil had 40% of the total slave population in the Americas.”In a comment on Instagram, Ms Meirelles said: “At age 50, the hour is action.I’ve heard a lot, I need to hear more. “I want to act together with the women who have to teach me and with whom else is willing to be a link in a transformation that is necessary.“My commitment is to put me in (re)construction! In action!”A statement by Vogue Brazil added: “Vogue Brasil deeply regrets what happened and hopes that the debate generated will serve as a learning experience.“We believe in affirmative and purposeful actions and also that empathy is the best alternative for the construction of a more just society, in which the historical inequalities of the Country are debated and faced.“In pursuit of the constant evolution that has always guided us, we take the reflection generated to broaden the voices within the team and create, on a permanent basis, a forum formed by activists and scholars who will help define contents and images that combat these inequalities
Bright colors appeared on the runways during New York Fashion Week, which officially ran Feb. 4-13 and featured designers’ collections for fall/winter …
4-13 and featured designers’ collections for fall/winter 2019-2020.But bright colors showed up somewhere else – on fashion show attendees. Many wore brightly colored coats in this season’s popular shaggy, fluffy, usually faux-fur “teddy” style.Some wore one color head to toe while others sported a mix of colors. Even boots were bright.Below are some New York City “street style” photos of fashion bloggers and other show-goers that prove that people in the fashion world wear more than just black.Blogger Malikah Kelly poses outside of the Lanyu show wearing a shaggy pink coat during New York Fashion Week on Feb 10 in New York City. (Photo by Donell Woodson/Getty Images)Priscilla Buah wears a yellow Apparis coat and a yellow plaid Escada outfit.
(Photo by Achim Aaron Harding/Getty Images)A guest arrives for a fashion show at Spring Studios during New York Fashion Week. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)Street style of guests attending Dennis Basso fall 2019 runway show.(Photo by Anthony DelMundo/Getty Images)A guest poses outside of the Tibi show. (Photo by Donell Woodson/Getty Images)Woman heading to the ChristianSiriano show wears a yellow and blue suit with a long yellow faux fur jacket and blue fanny pack.The man went for purple and black. (Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)A guest poses outside of the Dion Lee show.
(Photo by Donell Woodson/Getty Images)This woman went for pastels, choosing a faux fur jacket over a baby blue sweater-scarf, baby blue tights, and platform boots outside the Christian Siriano show. (Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)Susan Martin Susan Martin is Home Style editor at The Buffalo News.
She is a native of Western New York and graduated from St. Lawrence University and Syracuse University.