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Supermodel Superstar Coco Rocha

Style chameleon Coco Rocha is as versatile a model as she is an human being. She has appeared in various ad campaigns and runways shows and made waves when she Irish danced her way down the Jean Paul Gaultier’s catwalk in 2007.  Her edgy style allows her to pull off hair that is light or dark and long and short, though we must admit that the short hair brings out her iconic facial features (hello cheekbones!).

In addition to her strong beauty, she has proved herself as a wonderful activist and human being.  in 2010, she was a contributor to Seventeen Magazine, where she wrote a number of articles on body image and self esteem, awarding her the Seventeen body peace award.  She, along with fellow supermodel Behati Prinsloo, worked and delivered supplies to Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and appeared in the documentary Letters to Haiti.  In addition, she has been the face of anti-photoshop campaigns and has stood up against the extreme standards put on models.  Just this year, she announced her first pregnancy on Instagram, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for this style maven.



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