Kollin explains that the showroon owner, Mickey Stone dropped another stylist as a client for dressing too many Black women. He also mentions that the owner of th LA based showroom calls Black women celebrities “Felicia.” SMH!
The famed stylist mentions that the biggest client that they’ve dressed to date is the City Girls. So how dare they make racial slurs againt Black women.
“I contemplated addressing this publicly but I want you all to see how racist people are behind closed doors and how they then turn around and use us for their benefit. This is completely unacceptable,” he explains.
We agree with Kollin, it’s time to shed light on these brands and designers who are racist, yet are benefiting from Black culture.
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