Leomie Anderson

Leomie Anderson...

Leomie Anderson is a Bristish model. She was born February 15,1993. First discovered by a Premier scout on her way home from school, Leomie has gone onto work with a host of prolific designers including Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford, Chloe, Moschino, Loewe, Giles Deacon, Paco Rabanne, Vivienne Westwood and Topshop Unique. She has also shot for Italian Vogue, AnOther, Dazed & Confused, i-D and Teen Vogue. Of recent Leomie has walked in the infamous Victoria’s Secrets runway show.

Nyasha Matonhodze

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Fashion model Nyasha Matonhodze is from Zimbabwe,Africa.  She was born July 31,1995. Discovered at age 15 in the 2010 Elite Model Look competition, Nyasha Matonhodze’s rise through modellings ranks may be described as nothing short of epic. Matonhodze debuted on the international show circuit during the Spring/Summer 2011 collections, sparking interest in Paris with appearances at Louis Vuitton, Loewe and Emanuel Ungaro. Over the ensuing year, Matonhodze’s modeling options kicked into overdrive with key industry support from stylist and Love editor-in-chief Katie Grand, culminating in a heart wrenchingly beautiful Mert & Marcus lensed cover for Love and a Fall/Winter 2011 Louis Vuitton campaign shot by Steven Meisel. A single glance at Matonhodze’s soulful melancholic gaze, luscious pillowy pout, and luxuriant caramel skin tone, is all it takes to fall under her magnificent spell.

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With all eyes trained firmly on her 178 cm gazelle-like silhouette, Matonhodze logged a blistering trail through the Spring/Summer 2012 season appearing in 47 shows including Givenchy, Balenciaga, Lanvin, Versace and Yves Saint Laurent. Editorial appearances in Teen Vogue, American Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Russh, French Numéro, W, and the British and American editions of Vogue followed swiftly, heralding Matonhodze’s full blown star potential. Represented by Elite Model Management in Paris, Matonhodze recently skipped the Spring/Summer 2013 shows to focus on completing her high school education leaving the fashion industry wanting for more. With the Fall/Winter 2013 season fast approaching, Inoubliable Model Army caught up with Matonhodze to discuss her imminent return to the catwalk, those inevitable Naomi Campbell comparisons, and what it means to be truly “Super”.

Tamara Dobson(Old School Edition)

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Tamara Dobson nicknamed for her real name Tamara Janice Dobson was an African-American actress and fashion model by her profession. She had been holding an American nationality from the day she was born till she died. As long she lived, she had achieved the height of success and fame on her own. Her education background is still not mentioned in any particular biographic site and also her net worth is still missing from her readers. Not the least but her unknown family background has been the reason of her children and marriage. She died at the age of 59 due to complication from Pneumonia and Multiple Sclerosis.

Dobson was born on May 14, 1947 in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. Information about her early life is still in disguise to her readers who are searching about her in detail. As any particular information is still not yet came into the light, it has been a difficult task for those who want to summarize about her in detail. Her education background is not yet clear though. But some of the sources have concluded that she had completed her early education from same place where she was born.

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Her work platform was started from being a beautician. While she was working as a beautician, she also received her degree in fashion illustration from the Maryland Institute College of Art. While studying, she was discovered in 1969 and began to film commercials and modeling. After school, she moved from Maryland to New York to model and act full-time.

Turning to her personality, Dobson stood 6 feet 2 inches in tall and it was more than enough for her to be a fashion model for Vogue Magazine. Reportedly there was animosity between Dobson and Pam Grier with Dobson’s publicist writing that “Miss Dobson refuses to appear in the same book much less on the same page as Miss Grier” and “Miss Dobson also has refused to participate in the same celebrity events in which Miss Grier is involved”. Dobson’s animosty was believed to be due to her refusing to do nude scenes in films as opposed to Pam Grier.

She died on October 2, 2006 in her native Baltimore, Maryland, of complications from pneumonia and multiple sclerosis, at the age of 59. Though she appeared in a few films in Hollywood, she became best known for her title roles in the 1973 Blaxploitation film Cleopatra Jones and its 1975 sequel Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold. 

She had been counted as one of the most elegant actresses of her time. She was famous for her bold personality which she used to represent in front of media spotlight. Her graceful beauty had no measure with other actresses. She had collected huge mass of fan with help of her charming nature and acting skill. The way she used to portray herself in screen was one of the most attractive factors about her. There is no further information available about her personal life, as she was enjoying her fame even at short level, she never found willing to share her private life with media. As a result her huge mass of fans are still dwelling in various pathways to know about her in detail. She had spent only a decade in acting line but still she has been famous even at present time with great level of appreciation. As she is already dead, there is no any direct way to know about her in personal. Her fans and followers are looking forward to know about her in detail. If anyone could get information from he family member, but the option is itself closed as she never said anything about her family. Perhaps she didn’t like to let other know about her family. To date many biographic sites hasn’t included her life events in well explicable form as her profile has maximum searches with compare to other personalities. Her fans are still wondering to know more about her in detail.

Planet of the Apes…what is the fear really about?

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There’s a new ape film out again. The one released this past Friday is Dawn of The Planet of the Apes. I was looking at some of the posters last week and noticed something. The apes are wearing white face paint that looks very similar to what many Aboriginal and African tribes wear. Some wear white face paint with red markings across their faces. Is this a coincidence?? For  hundreds of years whites of been calling black people many racist slurs. Some of those slurs were apes,monkeys and gorillas. I have always thought there was some underlining meaning behind all these ape films. Starting way back to 1968 with the original Planet of The Apes film. It’s something that has been discussed many times in just about all these ape films.  Check out these links:http://www.metaphilm.com/philms/planetoftheapes.html

As well as :http://thegrio.com/2011/08/05/the-racial-politics-behind-planet-of-the-apes/

You can even see it in advertising as well.

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This Vogue cover looks pretty blatant to me! I’m not sure if Lebron James new this beforehand but I find it very unsettling and obviously racist.  But isn’t that what King Kong was always about? The scary black brute chasing after the beautiful innocent white woman? This type of thing goes on and in films,television,newspapers and advertising. They’re very slick with their racist tactics. It’s all very subliminal. In Africa cultures they have always used spears when fighting wars. I noticed in the new ape film the apes are using spears and guns as well. I’m sure that’s a coincidence too right?

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Even the ape action figures come with spears. I also noticed that a black actor named Larramie Cortez Shaw is playing one of the apes. Well he has more guts than I do. They couldn’t pay me enough money to play a damn monkey!! No Way!! Not happening!

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Well you can come to your own conclusion. I personally feel as though Hollywood is trying to tell us something. They seem to have a fear of a type of revolution or uprising by a certain group of people.  Kind of reminds me of the film Avatar. The Avatar was about a peaceful blue-skinned alien tribe. They spoke their own language and had their own religion. They had land and resources and their own way of relating to the world. Then this foreign group of invaders(humans) come on along and slaughters many of them and tries to steal their land by brute force. This story sounds very familiar doesn’t it.

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But I’m sure there’s no connection. There’s no subliminal message here. No need to be paranoid and pull the race card. Like I said earlier,it’s all a coincidence ……right?