"Shinhwa was the troublemakers of SM. No matter how much Lee Soo Man tried to get them to rehearse, they’d just gather and read comic books or play on their cellphones all day. When it was about time for Lee Soo Man to come and check up on them, they’d spray water on themselves and pretend as if they rehearsed really hard all day. Lee Soo Man would eventually find out and get really mad at them, threatening them to leave the company if they’re going to continue behaving like this. Other groups would’ve been scared and begged for another chance but Shinhwa started packing their bags, forcing Lee Soo Man to hold them back, saying he was joking"







Karl Lagerfeld has never been to India. ,"It’s much more inspiring not to go to places than to go," he said. What kind of british raj vibes, and colonial exploitation themes in Chanel’s 2012 Paris- Bombay collection. Even the use of the name Bombay, the anglicized version of Mumbai, invokes a time of British rule.

"It’s all about refinement. It’s the Paris version of the idea of India," explained Lagerfeld. Look at this modern day colonialism, here are the pretty parts served up in Paris, while we ignore problems that the raj left behind.

The clothes/ few desi models used look stunning, but look at where this collection is coming from, a place of ignorance, and a complete disregard for our history.

"It’s the Paris version of the idea of India."


Oh my fucking GOD

"The made-up fantasies that we have about them in our heads is so much better than… them."

Oh god ew