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ZOË - model: Zoe Kravitz - photography: Patrick Demarchelier - styling: Beth Fenton - hair: Nikki Nelms - makeup: Tom Pecheux - manicure: Rieko Okusa - set design: Josephine Shokrian - Allure June 2017

  • featured: (1st look) Simone Rocha dress - New York Vintage bracelet & rings - Scosha rings. (2nd look) Topshop Bride dress - custom made hair crown - Urban Outfitters hair clips - Daniela Villegas earrings (and Kravitz’s own) - Jacquie Aiche body chain
  • beauty notes: (1st look) Couture Mono Eye Shadow in Orient by Yves Saint Laurent  (2nd look) Top Secrets Lip Perfector, Eyeliner Effet Faux Cils Shocking in Majorelle Blue, and Full Metal Shadow in Eau d’Argent by Yves Saint Laurent
Hatchling Shaming Trend Sweeps the Continent

A bizarre trend has begun in Sornieth, taking social media by storm. The so-called “hatchling shaming” series began mid-week on Arcane website, Spacebook, and has since spread to nearly everywhere on the internet.

For those unfamiliar, “hatchling shaming” involves taking a picture of a hatchling with a sign explaining what trouble they caused in a humorous matter. It is a joke (no one is really shaming their hatchies), and parent dragons in particular find the meme relatable as they think on their own experiences raising young dragons.

Taking a pause from more serious news this week, here are a few of our favorites:

It’s unknown how long the adorable trend will last, but for now it seems to be brightening up the days of dragons all over Sornieth, a much needed mood-boost in light of recent events.

Bringing you the news even on slow news days, this is The Sornieth Times.

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So, I’m thinking about creating a platform that showcases black art, black fashion, black music, and black innovation. It will be an exclusively black space and I want it to eventually become a zine where most of its content comes from submissions from black artists from around the world. 

For this entry I wanted to highlight a trend I’ve noticed and have come to like which is pink on melanin. I want to continue to create posts such as this to share things that I come across, strike me as interesting, and basically trend forecast.

So please like, reblog, comment, follow! I’d love feedback, is this something y’all are interested in participating in? Would you submit your photos? Do you want to create a network of black artists supporting each other?

( Sadly, I didn’t save these individuals names, so if you know them please tag!)