2011, Editorial, Emanuela de Paula, Jacques Dequeker, Vogue Brazil Jan 5, 2011 Emanuela de Paula for Vogue Brazil January 2011 by Jacques Dequeker Emanuela de Paula is sex on the beach for Vogue Brazil’s January, all black models issue. In front of Jacques Dequeker’s lens, Emanuela wears sheer shirts and sexy shorts on the beach styled by Fabio Ishimoto. 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Citogene I think her skin color looks too tan in a fake way… http://cito-gene.blogspot.com/ Diane Too tan? Did you read the resume? “…ALL BLACK MODELS ISSUE.” Or let me quote wiki: ” Emanuela de Paula was born to a White Brazilian mother and an Afro Brazilian father.”I am what we call ‘mulata’”. She has stated to be one of the few models to represent Black women in the fashion industry “. Diane Too tan? Did you read the resume? “…ALL BLACK MODELS ISSUE.” Or let me quote wiki: ” Emanuela de Paula was born to a White Brazilian mother and an Afro Brazilian father.”I am what we call ‘mulata’”. She has stated to be one of the few models to represent Black women in the fashion industry “. http://www.ohyouarethemoon.blogspot.com Gigi_gogo_3 her beauty is out of this world….STUNNING shoot xx http://Intheendiamrock.blogspot.com Intheendiamrock Beautiful images Collaborationetc it is rather annoying that Brazil would have an “all black issue”. Many of the population is brown. This isn’t groundbreaking or interesting, it’s slightly insulting http://www.collaborationetc.wordpress.com Serena Interesting!!! Many of the population you call brown is considered black. Unfortunately, Brasil is one of the those countries in racial ignorance and hopefully they will figure it out by 22nd century. Serena Interesting!!! Many of the population you call brown is considered black. Unfortunately, Brasil is one of the those countries in racial ignorance and hopefully they will figure it out by 22nd century. Serena Interesting!!! Many of the population you call brown is considered black. Unfortunately, Brasil is one of the those countries in racial ignorance and hopefully they will figure it out by 22nd century. sf We can’t say the majority of brazilians are ”brown”, sure there are a lot, but there are white people as well. We can’t never say something bad from Brazil, or discriminate this country, because there’s no words to descrive how a typical brazilian is, because Brazil is a country where has always been with opened arms to the entire world, that means, there are Italy, France, Africa, Germany, Japan, Russia, China, Greece, Mexico, Thailand, India and etc in there. Brazil is actually like the rest of America, it is only poorer than some other coutries. All brazilians are mixed, with a Italian dad and Chinese mom, with a Dutch aunt. I really do not understand how people discriminate it, or think people live and act like animals, or that there are only indians and black people inside there, while they’re saying these words, they don’t imagine that their nation, their people was there centuries ago, becoming rich thanks to Brazil, and that a part of their nation are living there. Serena Brasil is mix country no one is denying that and the issue isn’t that look at what is considered super model. Who is missing from those picture (brown, mix, black, ect)? Everyone you just mention. So the racial discrimination issues in Brasil is a real and it needs to be address at some point. http://lipstickboudoir.blogspot.com/ Ore Runsewe I think it’s nice they have an all black issue. Everyone knows black models are under-represented in the industry so things like this are good. So why is it a big deal? It’s only 1 issue out of how many. Now the real issue here is how stunning Emanuela is! BEAUTIFUL. http://lipstickboudoir.blogspot.com/ http://twitter.com/Rotexto rotimi ariwoola beautiful! http://www.thingsilike-rotex.blogspot.com http://twitter.com/Rotexto rotimi ariwoola beautiful! http://www.thingsilike-rotex.blogspot.com Lulu45 Well maybe there isn’t that many pretty black models at the agencies. More black models need to be discovered. I have seen pretty stunning black models and I don’t understand why they r not models. Quiala So it’s that there are no pretty black girls at the agency? Really? Could it be that most agencies don’t have more than three black girls? Could it be that there is a a sizeable portion of the population that can’t see beauty beyond their reflection. http://practiceart.tumblr.com Bibi Broderick beautiful! Rainbowsbutterflies2005 Alot of agencies are racist because they get pretty black models all day and week long but they refuse to sign them. The general non-black public wants to keep the stereotype up that black women are ugly especially without white admixture. Everyone on the street tells me I should have been a model, even strangers of all races comment on my model looks. BUT no agency signed me, why? because I truly believe Americans are inherently racist. Rainbowsbutterflies2005 I would NEVER have guessed that this girl had a white mom, she looks black to me, even East African Quiala yup you never see people who look like her hailed for their mixed race beauty, ya know why, because she looks ” just black”, not exotic looking enough. people need to realize that the “mixed race look” extends beyond Halle/Nahla/Mariah Carey/Amber Rose etc. But then they would have to accept that you can’t tell what someone is or isn’t by looking at them, and society doesn’t want to learn that lesson.