He never achieved the level of legendary status as Holly or Presley, but Vince Taylor had all of rock's ingredients to burn. Usually dressed head to toe in black leather, his look today may seem hackneyed. But that huge medallion (later a fixture for early rap), upturned collar, and a skyward, glistening plume of slick hair creates thee classic rock look, one Bowie was indeed eyeing, and one Mr. Vicious also covering (as Taylor) Cochran's 'Cmon Everybody'.
Martina Vobornikova @ 2morrow Milano photographed by Sara Mautone for REVS Magazine.
Ñuul Kukk is a citizen-organized movement against skin bleaching in Senegal. | Ñuul Kukk / Niul Cuuc is Wolof, a language of Senegal, Gambia, and Mauritania, for “Pitch Black.” "Ñuul" represents the color "Black". "Kuuk" is exclusively associated with a qualifier; "Ñuul" to accentuate the darkness. The term "Ñuul Kuuk" refers to the maximum degree that can reach black.