We are all born with a special trait and these personalities are coveted because of their unique skin color.
Winnie Harlow is the face of casual clothing brand Desigual in Barcelona, along with Brazilian model Adriana Lima. She has a disease called vitiligo.
2- Khoudia Diop
Originally from Senegal, her particular skin color attracted attention and she quickly received offers for work in the fashion sector. Khoudia is followed by more than 426,000 followers on Instagram.
3- Ava Clarke
According to all the doctors' forecasts, the girl should have lost her sight. However, thanks to the efforts of her parents, Ava reads, dances in a ballet and managed to attract the attention of famous photographers. The photo of this albino African American baby girl has already graced the pages of famous fashion magazines such as Vogue, Denim and VIP.
4- Lola Chuil
Lola lives in Los Angeles, studies and speaks eight languages. Her beauty is absolutely unique: she has a charcoal skin color, a sophisticated shape of lips, nose and eyes, which seem to be drawn. Lola's followers compare her to Naomi Campbell in her youth and predict a successful career for her.
5- Nikia Phoenix
The unusual appearance of this young woman was noticed by one of the members of the Alternative Apparel company which creates designer clothes, while Nikia was having coffee in a small bar. The model has become the face of Coca-Cola and Target.
6- Stephen Thompson
American Stephen Thompson never dreamed of being a model. However, one day, fate allowed her to meet a photographer who was impressed by Stephen's unusual appearance. Today the most famous brands are fighting to have him in their team. In 2011, the handsome albino became the face of the fashion house Givenchy.
7- Connie Chiu
Born in Hong Kong, Connie is the only albino in a Chinese family of four. She studied humanities and journalism in Switzerland. Besides being a model, she is also a jazz singer and she is often invited to sing in important events and jazz clubs
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