The Loved One September Lookbook
Big hair at Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall 2013
Hello! I know this is a departure from your usual programming but I hope it makes your day! I am an african-american actress, writer and producer in LA. I have recently debuted my web series about five girls who mysteriously get powers and have to learn to deal wit them and each other. It’s an ALL poc cast featuring Vyvy Nguyen as one of our wickedest witches!
I hope you enjoy! If you do please share with the community!
All the best!
I WANT EVERYONE TO TAKE FIVE MINUTES OUT OF THEIR DAY TO WATCH THIS BECAUSE WITCHES AND WOC AND WOC WITCHES AND LITERALLY EVERYTHING I HAVE EVER WANTED IN A SHOW IM SCREAMING WITH JOY
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