Jeneil Williams + Grace Mahary By Delphine Diallo In Africa Motherland For Vogue Portugal

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Jeneil Williams + Grace Mahary By Delphine Diallo In Africa Motherland For Vogue Portugal

Model Jeneil Williams is center stage with Grace Mahary weighing in for ‘Africa Motherland’, styled by Melaney Oldenhof. Jeneil and Grace are channeling the Omo Valley people — a bedrock inspiration for Anne of Carversville and GlamTribal due to their 1) beauty and affinity to nature and 2) their location in southern Ethiopia, bordering the northern border of Lake Turkana.

This precious land is believed to be the foundation of humanity: ALL PEOPLE. Except for a few white nationalists, the 1970 theories about separate lines of human development happening independently of each other have not withstood scientific scrutiny. All humans first migrated out of Africa and 98% of scientists agree.

Brooklyn-based, French-Senegalese photographer Delphine Diallo is behind the lens for ‘Africa Motherland’ in Vogue Portugal’s entire April 2019 issue devoted to Africa.

Norman Wong Captures Grace Mahary In 'Candy Inc' For Elle Canada May 2018

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Model Grace Mahary is styled by Juliana Schiavinatto in sixties pastels for Candy Inc. Photographer Norman Wong is behind the lens for Elle Canada May 2018./ Hair by Andrew Ly; makeup by Grace Lee

Grace Mahary Wears Designer Disco Glam, Lensed By Andrew Yee For How To Spend It March 2018

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Grace Mahary Wears Designer Disco Glam, Lensed By Andrew Yee For How To Spend It March 2018

Model Grace Mahary goes full-throttle 'Disco', styled by Yana Kamps in sparkling embellishments and iridescent fabrics from Dior, Halpern, Isabel Marant, Paco Rabanne, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Balmain, Gucci and more. Photographer Andrew Yee is in the studio for How To Spend It Magazine March 2018./ Hair by Keith Carpenter; makeup by Cedric Jolivet