Paris Fashion Week has drawn to a close with some of most respected designers handpicking the best black models to walk for them.
Here’s a rundown of some of the fiercest looks on the runway.
Lutz Huelle went for an athletic and playful collection. Achok Majak was just one half of the South Sudanese models on the runway; check out Nykhor Paul below.
Imaan looked stunning for Mugler, bringing some much-needed melanin to the line-up of models. The black mini dress was a highlight on the Moroccan-Egyptian model.
Karly Loyce has gone from strength to strength since her Céline editorial spread last year. The Martinican’s signature ‘fro is definitely here to stay.
Tanzanian model Herieth Paul looked stunning in a sheer top and trousers for Nina Ricci. Highlight of her career so far? Becoming a new face for Maybelline in February is probably one of them.
Naki Depass made her debut for Burberry this PFW. She’s from Jamaica – according to her Instagram emoji-use of the flag – and has only just set up her account. She’s gone on to walk for Prada, Riccardo Tisci and of course, Céline. Not bad for your first (or any) season.
Lineisy Montero has been everywhere this season. She co-starred in Chanel’s spring 2016 campaign with fellow it-girl Mika Arganaraz. Her look for Givenchy clearly shows how adaptable she is as a model.
Jamaican model Tami Williams stunned in Valentino’s Victorian-esque sheer dress. She stood out from the crowd, see below for exaggerated effect.
Cape Verdean Alecia looked sharp in Chanel. She’s done a few other high-profile walks including Dior for SS16. Here she is with fellow Portuguese-speaking model Maria Borges.