Beauty Varies: 7 Very Unique Models You Have Never Seen Before Have Proved That Being Unusual Is Always a Good Thing (PART 2)

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Nowadays, fashion photographers often prefer  with a memorable appearance and it’s easier than ever to see a model with unusual traits at the fashion shows.

Nexter.org gathered even more beautiful people who changed the fashion rules.

PART 1

Sara Geurts

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Source: Instagram

Sara is just 26, but she looks a lot older. This is down to Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, which impedes the production of the collagen responsible for the skin’s elasticity.

At school, Sara was embarrassed by her condition and always covered herself up. But in 2015, she found the courage to reveal herself to the world in order to support women who compare themselves negatively to stereotypes of ideal beauty.

Duckie

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Source: boredpanda

The model Nyadak Thot from South Sudan, commonly known as Duckie, looks very much like a Barbie doll. Strange as it is, her ideal features caused her to receive some abuse online when she was just 17. When she won first place in the Next Top Model competition in Australia, she was accused of having an unnatural appearance.

“People will always say bad things about you, but their opinions don’t define who you are,” she says.

Caitin Stickels

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Source: SELF Magazine

Caitin was born with cat eye syndrome, which makes her look somewhat different to most people. V Magazine photographer Nick Knight saw her photos on Instagram and was so astonished by her appearance that he invited her in for a photo shoot.

Devon Aoki

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Source: fanpop

Devon Aoki is the shortest supermodel in the world at just 1.65 m tall. But this never affected her career: she’s been called one of the best models of the ’90s and has starred in movies like 2 Fast 2 Furious and Sin City. Devon’s appearance is unique, for the chances are you’ve never seen another red-haired Asian lady with freckles and thick lips.

Find out who is the most popular plus-size model:

Rain Dove

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Source: boredpanda

26-year-old Rain Dove is photographed in 2 different ways: as a man and as a woman. Nature gifted her with an unusual and slightly masculine appearance.

“Many people think I’m a man that gave himself breasts, and I seriously find it funny. I never thought of myself as androgynous. I just thought I was terribly ugly,“ says Rain. ”But then I understood that I can do something that others can’t.”

Winnie Harlow

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Source: Getty Images

Winnie Harlow is a 23-year old model who gained her stardom by appearing on the 21st cycle of America’s Next Top Model. At the age of four, she was diagnosed with vitiligo, an incurable skin condition where the pigmentation causes colorless patches all over the individual’s body.

Madeline Stuart

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Source: mujerpandora

At just 20 years old, Madeline Stuart became a household name in the fashion industry with over 750,000 social media fans following her successful campaign to become the first professional model in the world with Down Syndrome. As with many others with Down Syndrome, Madeline struggled with her weight for a long time.

In 2015, she decided to get healthy and lost nearly 40 pounds. Her mom created social media accounts posting before and after pictures encouraging others to pursue the same results. Just overnight, the photo went viral and her numbers grew exponentially into over 100 thousand viewers.


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