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The 3 most stunning Black supermodels of the United States

Donyale Luna became the first black supermodel in the 1960s. She changed the face of the modeling industry as the white women were more favored at that time. The beautiful black model, Naomi Sims recently passed away at the age of 61. These models have a huge impact on the fashion industry. Read below to find out more!  

  • Beverly Johnson is the first American-African model to appear on the cover of 'American Vogue'.
  • Chanel Iman has been declared one of the Top 30 models of the 2000s by Vogue Paris. 
  • The black model, Halle Berry, won the 2000 Emmys for her television movie 'Introducing Dorothy Dandridge'. 

Beverly Johnson: The 67-year-old spectacular model is the leading lady of the reality show 'Beverly's Full House'. In 2008, she was considered one of the most influential people in fashion. The 5'9" tall star has successfully maintained a sizzling figure.

Fans adore her fabulous sense of style and fashion. 

The American model, Chanel Iman.

Chanel Iman: The 29-year-old diva is best known as 'Victoria's Secret Angel'. She has worked with many famous brands including Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, and Versace. Chanel mostly flaunts her model figure in classy thigh-high boots.

She is one of the hottest women in the Hollywood industry with a net worth of $8 million. Her followers admire her so much as she has gained popularity at a very young age.

Halle Berry: How has the brilliant star managed her stunning figure even after two kids? The 54-year-old African-American model took part in several beauty competitions including the Miss USA pageant. Halle secured the sixth position in the Miss World contest in 1986.
Her 6.5 million followers on Instagram love her aesthetic pictures and her perfect body! She is definitely an inspiration for women all around the world.

Estefanía Martínez

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