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⚡️PLEASE READ — RAFFLE⚡️I’ve been thinking of a small way I could help in the wake of important conversations and issues that have arisen around racism recently. . . What do I have that is of value that others might want? How can I use that to raise money? I’m no marathon runner, but I do have a lovely designer handbag I can give up. So I’m setting up a raffle to win my prized Gucci bag with all proceeds going to @showracismtheredcard An anti rascist educational charity with strong ties to Football (another love of mine besides fashion and music) . . So, how does it work? You just need to donate to enter. I suggest £10 per entry, but whatever you can give is great. I will run this until June 15th and hope to raise £5000. The winner will be chosen at random, so please leave either an Instagram handle or an email address on the Just Giving Page so I can contact you. The link to the raffle page is in my profile and stories and story highlights. Please do share to help me raise as much money as possible. . . Yes, this could be seen as utterly shallow, but I hope the frivolity of fashion can be used to help just a little bit
June 5th, 2020
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As a privileged white woman, I can only try to educate myself on race and racism. I hope you can do the same. It will take time so today I’m just going to give up my feed to 6 black women who I admire and who inspire me. In order of photos: @thestlouisreviews I can only dream of being as cool as Nicola. The end. @london_artist1 Sharon is an amazing artist and all round good soul. @nicoleocran takes so much time and effort with her photos and always looks stylish. Deserves more credit. @kemitelford you ALL should already know my feelings about Yvonne and her brand. @komali_krldn Komali works in A&R at Parlophone and is always a strong sense of reason amongst a lot of noise. @realhamzaa a beautiful and incredibly intelligent girl who also happens to have the MOST amazing voice. I suggest you follow them all.
June 3rd, 2020