Fashion experts have descended on Missouri from their perch high atop Mount Race Baiter, including big names like Al Sharpton, members of the revered fundraising Jackson family, and top Communist brass—and let’s just say Shabazz’s collection is a real riot.
Expanding from his brief parlay into cosmetics and hygiene with his Eau de Cracker, Shabazzy has decided to move from the NBPP white and brown messaging of Michelle Conyer’s apologetic walk-back of two years ago, to a full embrace of the classic sleekness of historical iconing.
Labeled as social strife meets McQueen, the use of the Black Panther icon on Kevlar vests, berets, thigh high boots, and clutches seems to have struck just the right note with the bereaved of Ferguson.
As with any collection and trend though, there is intense worry from the NBPP camp about over popularity, as in this year’s case of anything Michael Kors.
Attendants of King Samir Shabazz went on the record with PD, saying, “This look isn’t for pink people, it’s about the black man. We better not see no honkies in this.”