09/02/2015 11:28 GMT | Updated 09/02/2015 11:59 GMT

Model With Vitiligo, Winnie Harlow, Stars In Desigual And Diesel Fashion Campaigns

Winnie Harlow is continuing to shake up the fashion industry by proving that there is no such thing as "one-size-fits-all" when it comes to beauty.

The model, who has a skin condition called vitiligo, has just landed two major fashion campaigns.

The 20-year-old who first shot to fame on America's Next Top Model will be the face of Spanish brand Desigual’s Say Something Nice campaign...

And will star in Diesel’s upcoming Spring/Summer campaign...

"We believe in showing different types of body and beauty - celebrating uncommon beauties, this is what Diesel is and always has been about," Diesel artistic director Nicola Formichetti told E! News of the campaign.

"With this new campaign for SS15, we want to convey a message of inclusiveness and positivity - and all of our models are smiling which is unfortunately rare in this industry."

Harlow, who's real name is Chantelle Brown-Young, has previously said she was bullied as a child and called 'zebra' and 'cow' by her peers because of her vitiligo - which causes de-pigmentation of the skin in patches.

After ATNM, she smashed it at London Fashion Week, where she walked for Ashish.

A photo posted by ♔Chantelle Winnie♔ (@winnieharlow) on

These days she's living proof that we shouldn't let those that doubt us stop us from pursuing our dreams.

Miss Harlow, we salute you.


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