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MADRID, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 06: Model Winnie Harlow is presented as 'Desigual' new face at Desigual store on February 6, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Fotonoticias/Getty Images)
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MADRID, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 06: Model Winnie Harlow is presented as 'Desigual' new face at Desigual store on February 6, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Fotonoticias/Getty Images)

Looks like 2015 is shaping up to be the year of Winnie Harlow!

After starring in the spring 2015 campaign for Desigual, the Canadian model with vitiligo (a skin condition that causes a loss of skin pigment) is now the face of Diesel's spring 2015 campaign.

The 20-year-old, whose real name is Chantelle Brown-Young, poses alongside seven other models, including model Charlotte Free, in a series of images for the brand photographed by Nick Knight.

In each of the photos, the former "America's Next Top Model" contestant wears a bikini top, showing off the white patches of skin on her body. And what makes this campaign stand out even more? The smiles on the models' faces.

"We believe in showing different types of body and beauty -- celebrating uncommon beauties, this is what Diesel is and always has been about," Diesel artistic director Nicola Formichetti told E! News of the campaign. "With this new campaign for SS15, we want to convey a message of inclusiveness and positivity -- and all of our models are smiling which is unfortunately rare in this industry."

Hashtagged with #DieselHigh (in order to bring "pure positvity" to the world), the campaign stays true to the brand's fun and inclusive vibe by being re-touch free.

"Of course we played with the background colour and the clothes a bit, but no one's head was chopped off and replaced with another. We wanted it to be pretty raw. I find imperfection really beautiful," Formichetti explained to Style.com.

We couldn't agree more!

See more photos of Winnie Harlow below:

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