The Cut – Jourdan Dunn continues to fight the good fight for model diversity. In her interview as the new cover girl for Miss Vogue, as reported by The Telegraph, Dunn expressed concerns about how some designers use only one nonwhite model in their shows — and get congratulated for it.
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