One of the things that the modern world is getting better at (although still at a slow rate) is the appreciation of diversity, which is explored in the latest issue of The New York Times Style Magazine. Dubbed "In Praise of Individual Beauty," this editorial focuses on close up portraits of various models that all boast their own unique look.
Shot by photographer Karim Sadli, The New York Times Style Magazine editorial stars such models as the freckled Rianne van Rompaey, a glowing Jing Wen as well as newcomers like Shelby Hayes, Lorena Maraschi and Roos Abels. With some help from stylist and T fashion director Marie-Amélie Sauvé alongside beauty team Damien Boissinot and Peter Philips, each model embraces her distinct characteristics with confidence and pride.
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