The representation of black in fashion

The step by the vogue magazine caused a phenomenal demand in Britain and the United States and made the Conde Nast Company sold more than four hundred thousand extra copies. The step is a cultural watershed in fashion and has world recognition. “Racial prejudice in the fashion industry has for a long time persisted because of tokenism and color biasness” said the fashion designer of vogue magazine industry (Giacobello, 2003:74). The fashioner designer of vogue said they had decided to take the black women and girls in order to have the right look and change monotony in the western magazines. He dismissed the claim that laziness, paranoia, and pedantry was a common phenomenon among the black women.
The chosen Africans were to dress in African-inspired clothes. This gave them the minority look in the model as well as made them attractive to the western view. It also encouraged African culture. One common trend of fashion that came out clear was that, fashion loves change, however, it can change nothing itself. Fashion can detect or reflect changes in an aura. However, the question remains to be what changes fashion. The issue of blacks in the world’s models has drawn an attention in countries like the United States and now the country’s models and designers are wondering whether they should include black models in competitions or not. This makes the fashion industry and black representation story very interesting to learn and follow (Synder, 2009:12). The very vital questions revolving around the fashion industry that am going to base on are. the role of fashion industry in promoting an anorexic-like slimness for the modern day women in the western counties, the case of race and ethnicity in the fashion industry, evolution and black representation.
From the Italian designers the fashion trend is diminishing from the era of race discrimination. World black supermodels in the likes of Naomi Campbell and a male