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  • Nicolas Ortega
    Happy Native American Heritage Month In honor of this month we will post a fact everyday to educate the history of Native Americans and the hidden truths not known Fact of the day: If you managed to get through school without hearing about Maria Tallchief, you missed out on hearing
  • Nicolas Ortega
    In honor of this month we will post a fact everyday to educate the history of Native Americans and the hidden truths not known Fact of the day: Jaime Luis Gomez (born July 14, 1975), better known by his stage name Taboo, is an American rapper, songwriter, actor and DJ,
  • Nicolas Ortega
    Happy Native American Heritage Month In honor of this month we will post a fact everyday to educate the history of Native Americans and the hidden truths not known Fact of the day: If the only thing you knew about Native Americans came from Hollywood, you would be forgiven for
  • Nicolas Ortega
    Happy Native American Heritage Month In honor of this month we will post a fact everyday to educate the history of Native Americans and the hidden truths not known Fact of the day: In the movies, male Native American warriors rode off to battle while their female counterparts remained behind
  • Nicolas Ortega
    Since the summer of 2020, Hedi Slimane has switched his approach to documentary mode. The second half of what he called a “portrait of a generation”—this one for girls—was also filmed in a sports venue, the Stade Louis II in Monaco. With this collection Hedi wants to show, through the
  • Nicolas Ortega
    Opening at the Costume Institute of New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, “About Time: Fashion and Duration” will feature a timeline of 125 fashions, dating back to 1870, exploring how clothes generate temporal associations that combine both past, present, and future. The costumes will be connected through shape, motif,

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