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Most of us, including me, aren’t really in the mood for silly fashion photos given the current rise of fascism in the US and most of the Western world. You might argue that being all the way over in India, I’m hardly affected by this past month’s events. But some of my closest friends very much are, and I’m terrified for them. The fall of American democracy unfortunately affects us all. In case you wanted to take a few minutes off, however, and indulge in some pretties, here are some photos from last week. I know that for a lot of bloggers (and brands) staying ‘on-brand’ is a priority even at times like these, but as a brown woman and a once-immigrant, I don’t see it as an option.

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Alice & You velvet smock dress {similar at ASOS} ✶ New Look velvet bag {similar available at Romwe} ✶ Crescent moon bobby pin {similar available at ASOS} ✶ Old sequin loafers {similar style available here



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All photos by Vashudhara Agarwal

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This photo shoot recreated Vanity Fair’s annual Hollywood Issue cover using only Asian American people

When Hollywood discusses representation and diversity, not a lot of people consider the entire spectrum of ethnicities and races that are underserved. Now one of the bastions of Hollywood glamour, the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue is getting a major transformation.

Gifs: BuzzFeedVideo

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