African American models

2015 is shaping up to be the year of brilliant ad campaigns. First, of course, there was Joan Didion for Céline, followed
Here's a look at those gorgeous ladies in their respective campaigns below. Do you love? We're already pumped that Prada's
Hot on the heels of Balmain tapping Rihanna and Givenchy casting Erykah Badu along with a few other brown skinned beauties
Thankfully these issues aren't going unnoticed. Jezebel meticulously records the (slim) number of models of color that walk
The 61-year-old is a fashion legend, having been one of the first black supermodels and paving the way for those who came
“Here’s my thing, if you’re a makeup artist you should be able to do any type. And if you're a hairstylist you should be
“If ever I'm sad, I just have to remember, I'm not doing this for me, I'm doing it for him.” Jourdan is able to deal with
We're with you, Naomi. Fair-skinned on not, the second Devyn walks into a model casting (or anywhere else for that matter
PHOTOS: With that said, our hopes aren't completely lifted that anything will change concerning the glaring diversity issues
Numéro magazine used a highly bronzed blond-haired, blue-eyed white model in one of its fashion editorials entitled "African Queen." HuffPost Black Voices Style & Beauty Editor Julee Wilson joins Alicia on set to share her thoughts.
It was bad enough we had to report on T Magazine's glaring lack of diversity in its relaunch issue, which was followed with
We don't know the complete ethnic makeup of T's staff, but considering the publishing (and fashion) industry's track record
FAB FACT: In 1972, Naomi was offered the lead role in the Hollywood movie "Cleopatra Jones," but turned it down because she
FAST FORWARD: After graduating from Harvard Kironde pursued a career in fashion--spending the next 30 years on the design
Before Chanel Iman appeared on the covers of American Vogue and Italian Elle, and before Jourdan Dunn became the first black
Here are the designers in 2009 who did not feature a single woman of color or any black models during Fashion Week in New York.