Three cheers for Ebonee Davis! We always love to highlight the work of black models. They work hard and help to promote confidence among young black girls. Moreover, it shows just how much has changed and how diversity even within the modeling industry is being achieved. The Ebonee Davis Calvin Klein Fall 2016 Campaign is sexy and bold! Furthermore, Ebonee holds out hope for the future through the eyes and lenses of fashion.
Ebonee Davis Calvin Klein Fall 2016 Campaign
Models are always proud of their work and can’t wait to share details with fam, friends and fans. Davis took to social as soon as she could in order to reveal her new ad campaign she said,
“So proud to FINALLY announce that I am one of the stars of the Calvin Klein Fall 2016 campaign!!!! #MyCalvins Shot by Tyrone Lebon #Represent.”
Ebonee is definitely representing women of color very nicely. She is also very proud to do so and thinks the fashion industry can change the world.
Changing Mindsets Through the Fashion Industry
Change does not always come easy. However, Ebonee Davis is hopeful that the fashion industry can do much good. Besides, being useful for couture trends, Davis feels that fashion can also fix any systemic racism plaguing America. How can the industry accomplish such a great feat? Davis explains,
“The fashion industry sets the tone for society, dictating what is beautiful and acceptable.”
Preach it Ebonee. Nonetheless, the Calvin Klein Fall 2016 Campaign features a plethora of stars from all backrounds. Those featured include Frank Ocean, Kate Moss, Margot Robbie, Young Thug, Bella Hadid, Grace Coddington, Cameron Dallas, James Rodriguez, Zoe Kravitz, Lola Kirke, Henry Rollins, G.E.M., Mo’ne Davis, Sonoya Mizuno, Yung Beef, Antoine-Olivier Pilon, Aomi Muyock, Cuba Tornado Scott, Selah Marley, Kacy Hill, Keith Ape, Presley Walker Gerber, Anna Ewers, Mark Maceachen and Roos Abels, Tommy Genesis, Yung Lean and more. The campaign has its usual risque vibe as well. Check out a clip below:
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