What could be more beautiful than an ever-expanding definition of what beauty really is? Actually, screw the idea of a definition—these amazing (and amazingly gorgeous) women are proving that we don't need one at all.More
The transgender model was discovered by Givenchy senior designer Riccardo Tisci and became the face of Givenchy in late 2010. After that, she appeared in many magazine editorials and strutted her stuff on runways. In 2014, she also became the face of Redken, making her the first openly transgender model to front a global cosmetics brand. "I love working with Redken because they appreciate all kinds of beauty," she said. "They believe in the individuality of the person, and I think that's really important."
The Latina was the first plus-size model to walk the runways of NYFW in 2014. She has also appeared in campaigns for Target, Forever 21, Macy's, and Nordstrom, and is now a spokesperson (along with model Marina Bulatkina) for "CURVES," a campaign by photographer Victoria Janahshvili to start a conversation (by releasing an art photography book) about acceptance and body positivity. "It's all about being comfortable in your own skin," she told Variety Latino. "There is no wrong way to be a woman."