Diversity is more celebrated and sought after than ever. On New York Fashion Week’s first day, we saw multiculturalism on full display at Tom Ford’s Spring 2018 runway show. Models Joan Smalls, Lineisy Montero, and Mica Argañaraz were a few of the beautiful Latinas who walked for the popular label. Click through our gallery to see them and other Hispanic beauties who worked the catwalk.
The Puerto Rican supermodel, who has been working the runways for years and is currently the face of Estée Lauder, wore this bright and sophisticated number with pink undertones and satin textures.
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For her second look, Smalls modeled a long black dress with a leg-slit, a tuxedo-inspired blazer, and pointed heels.
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The Dominican star, who has become a runway it-girl, wore a white shirt, white pants and pink heels for a touch of color.
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The Argentinian model, who’s fronted campaigns for Saint Laurent Paris, Versace and Prada, wore head-to-toe pink.
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For her second trip down the catwalk, Argañaraz wore a black jumpsuit.
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The Dutch model of Colombian descent—she’s graced the cover of many European glossies like Elle UK, Harper’s Bazaar and L’Officiel—sported a white utilitarian ensemble with black heels.
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From the Dominican Republic to the runways at NYFW, Martinez, who’s only been modeling for a year and has already nabbed campaigns for Moschino and Coach, wore a plunging black bodysuit with baggy leather pants, an extra-large bag and pink heels.
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For her second look, Martinez wore a soft pink sweater with silver undergarments that she accessorized with a matching silver tote and black heels.
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The Dominican beauty has risen to popularity after launching her modeling career for Kenzo and Louis Vuitton. For Tom Ford, she modeled a ruched blue dress with heels in the same royal blue tone.
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The Brazilian bombshell, who’s worked it for Dior and Zara, looked spectacular in a white jumpsuit with a deep U-neck.