blackfashionstars:

Jourdan Dunn & David Agbodji.

blackfashionstars:

Jourdan Dunn & David Agbodji.

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Marina Nery ph. by Sebastian Kim for Vogue Australia April 2014

supermodelshrine:

Brandi by Gilles Bensimon, 1993

stylinglikeitsthe90s:

Brandi Quinones, 90s fashion model

All Aspiring/ Unsigned models…

lamodaebony:

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Model Tahounia Rubel

modelsofcolor:

Ajak’s first cover!, Miss Vogue Australia #15 photographed by Justin Ridler

Arlenis Sosa by Enrique Vega / Vanidades Magazine April 2014

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blackfashion:

Betty Adewole and Alima Fofana photographed by Paola Kudacki for Flair Magazine’s April 2014 issue. Styled by Melanie Huynh.

blackfashion:

Gabriella Riggon-Allen in “White Heat” photographed by Gustavo Papaleo for Grazia UK Spring 2014

yagazieemezi:

Inspired Citizen and Ajuma Nasenyana: Speaking Out Against Skin Bleaching

Ajuma Nasenyana is one of the world’s top fashion models. Hailing from Northern Kenya, she began her career as a national champion in running before being discovered by a local modeling agent. She has been invited to walk the world’s most prestigious runways including: Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood and Victoria’s Secret. But, growing up, her life wasn’t as glamorous. She was teased incessantly for her dark skin. Since she has become a public figure, Ajuma has made it her mission to spread the word about the skin-bleaching epidemic in Kenya and on the continent of Africa. She hopes, through her words and actions, she can inspire a younger generation to forego this risky practice and love themselves for who they are.

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Ysaunny Brito at Miu Miu FW14