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In an Exclusive series for FGUK Magazine,  Ankur Maniar shoots  Black and Pakistani heritage model Shereen Mohammad as we look further into the links between media and identity and the idea of paper as a means of constructing identity – through fashioning.

The series sees stylist Karina Sharif playing with the idea of split identities through moldable and simply stunning architectural body pieces that showcase such powerfully subtle, #BrownGirlMagic.

What good’s a black face if it means I’m just someone else’s property? Why give me these arms and legs just to carry someone else’s load, not my own?” ― Stacey Lee, Under a Painted Sky

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