“In high school I used be hella about that pinup life,” says 20-year-old Sailor Gonzales, a Los Angeles Latina studying fashion design and Chicano studies with whom Vogue spent a day traversing L.A.’s skate parks and thrift stores—and exploring her closet. Family is important to Gonzales—living up to what the generations before her strived for by coming to America—as is not becoming a fashion trend to be copped and claimed by outsiders.
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That is not Chicano/LA style.
You chose a millennial who knows nothing about the history of LA or the impact Chicano culture has on modern fashion. You can watch people like @_masmasa or @ilaments who are unknown influencers, who impact today’s fashion silently
She trys n acts like shes really chicana n all that but she talks hella white washed and i bet depending where shes at she acts white and trys to pass as white. Lol all you people sayin shes pretty are lying threw your teeth she looks like a rat w that nose fr.
We would love it, + it would jus make sense, if you would share her social media information + even where we could buy the clothing that she makes. Make it symbiotic for the beautiful girl, come on! 🤷🏼🤦🏼😍💕⭐💥😊👏💛🌹🎉
"I think people that try to take our culture..." "Most of the people are white and don't understand you but Selena understands you." Am i the only one bothered by this 'us vs them' attitude that is dividing this nation more? America is a melting pot of cultures. We should learn to appreciate the differences that make each group special and be open minded to learning and using the best ideas.
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