jourdan_dunn-miss_vogue-april_2014-fab-magazine-racism (2)The Girl Dunn Good!

Starring in a feature for British Vogue’s Miss Vogue supplement, top black model Jourdan Dunn opens up to the magazine about personal subjects such as motherhood and racism in the industry–including having a white makeup artist refuse to do her makeup at a show. Photographed by Angelo Pennetta in the sunny climes of Venice Beach, she opens up about befriending, Beyoncé, fame and fans, as well as fashion’s racial debate.

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Photo Credit

Model: jourdan dunn
Photographer:
Stylist: francesca burns
Hair: alex brownsell
Make-up: frank b
Manicure: emi kudo

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