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The New Abnormal

How This Iconic Black Model Changed the Fashion Industry

Season 1

Bethann Hardison broke barriers in the 1970s by appearing in the top fashion magazines. Her new documentary Invisible Beauty shows how she championed diversity for a new generation of Black models.

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