By Nila Do Simon
Photography and styling by Eniko Szucs
Guadeloupe-born, biracial beauty Alicia Herbeth is speaking up against social injustice. As Black Lives Matter protests continue, Herbeth is optimistic that change may be on the way. “People still experience discrimination every day, whether you see it or not, and we need to make their voices heard,” she says. “We as human beings should focus on what brings us closer together instead of what divides us. History has shown us that the biggest changes are direct results of protesting, and I am so proud to be part of this moment in history.”
Photographer & stylist: Eniko Szucs
Hair: Jerome Cultrera/L’Atelier NYC using Living Proof
Makeup: Bobby Bujisic using RMS Beauty
Model: Alicia Herbeth/ELITE Model Management
This article originally appeared in the Summer 2020 Issue.
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