More About The Afro-Latina Women On Vogue Latinos Latest Edition

Before ending up on the cover of Vogue Latino Améerica Licett Morillo, Manuela Sánchez, Annibelis Baez and Ambar Cristal were conquering the world’s biggest runways. Seeing these Dominican models represent a side of the Latin community that is often failed to made room for is amazing. This September edition they made plenty of room. The cover featured all four women wearing a natural look, each in a strong beautiful smile.

Ambar Cristal

Cristal landed the jackpot when she got to open for the Louis Vuitton SS19 show. She truly loves the perks of her job, traveling and getting precious new items for her wardrobe.

Licett Morillo

Most recently Morillo walked in the SS19 Prada show. She is one of ten siblings born and raised in the capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo. This is a small but vibrant district on the Island.

 Annibelis Baez

Baez can be found on the runways of Paris, Barcelona, and London. Spotted strutting her stuff in FW19 for Fran Summers in London.

 Manuela Sánchez

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Sánchez makes walking down catwalks for Fendi, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Dior and Versace appear effortless. She has been doing it from as early as 16 years old. She too was born and raised in Santo Domingo. If it was not for being discovered she would of probably went into acting she tells