The people who think a woman with short hair can't be a Victoria's Secret Angel are crazy. CRAZY!
Fans are upset that Karlie doesn't wear extensions in her new Victoria's Secret ads because her short hair "isn't sexy." What?!
She's not the only model who proves that short hair rocks. So does...
Alek's smile is contagious.
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United Colors of Benetton ads never cease to dazzle me. Not only do they push the envelope with controversial campaigns, which have included world leaders kissing, HIV/AIDS activists, a priest and a nun kissing, and even condoms but their cohesive message of diversity and tolerance has always resonated with us. For its latest campaign, the brand tapped Alek Wek, Charlotte Free, Lea T., Elettra Wiedemann, Hanaa Ben Abdesslem and Kiera Chaplin, who all tell stories about themselves in the...Read Full Story
Sudanese-born supermodel goes back to South Sudan, the country she was forced to flee during the civil war.
Young girls are particularly vulnerable. A UNHCR report says a South Sudanese girl is three times more likely to die in childbirth than reach eighth grade.
Today, Alek Wek is a world famous supermodel, featured in magazines and on catwalks. Yet in the early 90s, Wek and her family were penniless refugees forced to leave their home.
South Sudan celebrated the first...Read Full Story
Traditional African Print Variation Rayon Caftan Kaftan with Matching Headwrap – Available in Several Fashion Colors (Purple)
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Traditional African Print Variation Rayon Caftan Kaftan with Matching Headwrap – Available in Several Fashion Colors (Purple) – Embrace a new variation on one of Africa’s most famous kaftan print designs with this new flowing, breezy kaftan. Its caftan is made of 100% rayon, and includes a...Read Full Story
Alek Wek Wall
Alek Wek (born 16 April 1977) is a Sudanese model who first appeared on the catwalks at the age of 18 in 1995, sparking a career lasting to date. She also designs a line of handbags, Wek 1933.