White Fashion

 

This atrocity was designed by the Brutish, British homosexual designer who was known as Alexander McQueen. People who classify themselves as “white” call this the mankini.

 

 

 

 

In France, there’s a company named Gerbe that was founded in 2007, that proposes pantyhose for men.

 

 

 

For the fashion week at Milan in 2011, Finocchios (Italians) are shamelessly walking around with something they call “jeggings”. It’s suppose to be a blend of jeans and leggings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Small-Hat (European Jew) is the flamboyant homosexual designer known as Marc Jacob. He created many models of skirts for broke-back males that he shamelessly wears himself. To defend the rights for these so-called men to wear a skirt the Association of men in skirts was created in 2007.

 

 

 

 

An homosexual by the name of Karl Lagerfield is on a crusade to replace the baseball cap by this thing you see on the picture. It’s called a murban, a sissyfied version of the turban.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is the guyliner…

 

 

 

 

What this peckerwood is wearing is a creation from Jean-Paul Gauthier the french homosexual designer. A transparent t-shirt.


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Pedophiles, perverts, bestiality, murder, terrorism and the like. Cynical Afrikan exposes the socially mal-adaptive practices of the most destructive beings in the known universe: Creatures who classify themselves as white.

One comment on “White Fashion

  1. David W on said:

    This fashion is for homosexuals, I think of the fade of ‘skkkinny jeans’ and once again our people are attempting emulate the slave master.

    The problem has always been the white beast!

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