African American Models display beauty, poise and grace as they make their way down the runway, but still are not rewarded equally to their white counterparts. Beverly Johnson was the first black model to make the cover of Vogue Magazine. Ms. Johnson is alive and well, even though she was reported as having passed away.
MODEL CHANEL IMAN
Black Supermodel Chanel Iman gives birth to baby girl No. 2. Little Cassie Snow is welcomed by proud Mom, Dad Sterling Shephard and Sister Cali Clay. One cannot deny the joy and lively announcement by Chanel during an interview in 2019.
EBONEE DAVIS KICKSTARTS HER CAREER
Ms. Ebonee Davis was born in Seattle, Washington. After high school, she became a student at University of Washington. But with modeling as her first love, she left the University and began her career in modeling. After all, first things must come first! She is well-known among African American Models.
Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, KD Aubert is an actress, fashion model and singer. She has modeled for Victoria Secret, Noxzema and Fredericks of Hollywood. It is reported that her net worth ranges from $100,000 to $1 M. Is this considered “great” among African American Models?
NAOMI CAMPBELL: BEST MODEL WALK
Experts in the model business, consider “the walk” of Naomi Campbell the best on the runway. Ms. Campbell attributes it to being the child of a dancer, Valerie Morris. She says, My whole being . . . is because of my mother,” making it clear the walk just may be genetic.
There are many black models that spend time as fashion models, cat-walk and lingerie models. All display inner and outward beauty and charm. Keep watching!