After much controversy surrounding their choice of model for a Senegalese twists feature, Teen Vogue may have redeemed themselves with their August cover.
The teen magazine's new cover features three models of color with the headline "Fashion's New Faces."
The three stunning beauties are Aya Jones, Imaan Hammam, and Lineisy Montero.
Cover co-star Hammam's career took off after she landed a Givenchy campaign and Vogue cover.
The 18-year-old Egyptian-Moroccan makes her ethnic identity clear. "'Sometimes people call me Middle Eastern, and I'm like, 'No, I'm black',''' she tells Teen Vogue. "'I am proud of my culture, proud of who made me, proud to be here.'"
And 19-year-old Montero, from the Dominican Republic, made history when she walked the Prada autumn-winter '15 runway.
Montero, Jones, and Hammam "are among a small cadre of black models to grace the influential catwalk since Naomi Campbell in the '90s," according to the magazine.