The KarJenner sisters' ignorance about cultural appropriation seems entirely deliberate at this point. Their trolling of the black community is boderline performance art.
Case in point: Khloé Kardashian, who decided to try out a "Spring 17 runway look" — aka, freaking locs — in a photo series for her website and app. I guess Khloe doesn't read BET.com and missed the backlash that Marc Jacobs faced after he sent her sister Kendall Jenner and other white models down the runway wearing the same look. The uproar prompted a series of Amy Schumer-style non-apologies from Jacobs, but clearly Khloé never got the message.
Look! So trendy!
See me try the hottest beauty looks from the Spring runway shows 😂 https://t.co/TaaKzm1lRN— Khloé (@khloekardashian) October 31, 2016
So, let's recap: locs on Zendaya equal the smell of "patchouli oil and weed," but even worse, on Khloe, they are a literal joke. She uses the cry-laughing emoji to signify that she assumes this hairstyle makes her look funny. Hilarious, Koko!
(Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)
For the past 10 years, Yusef has been dictating all of the beauty trends we emulate via his most famous client, none other than Rihanna. He started out his career as a performer, but he ended up behind the scenes. In Hairstory, he details his rise in the industry from aspiring singer to creative directing the hair for Fenty x Puma.