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Lupita Nyong’o: Kenyan Divine Beauty VOGUE COVER

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The face of the next cover of the Vogue Magazine, the lovely Lupita Nyong’o took the pose in Parisian scenery to die for. For this session, the Kenyan beauty we eyeful!

It seems that Vogue gives a prominent place to the black figures. Having dedicated her famous “September issue,” the singer Beyoncé, the famous fashion magazine dedicated its October issue to the lovely Lupita Nyong’o, a consecration for the Oscar winner. That which was revealed for his role in the film “12 Years a Slave” and seduces all-Hollywood has recently become a whole icon. I must say it is worth it!

Lupita Nyong'o

Last year, Lupita Nyong’o became the new face of Lancome. Lupita Nyong’o divine on the cover of US Vogue.

The beautiful Kenyan has that inexplicable aura that says everyone falls under her spell. Chosen as Lancome ambassador, joining the prestigious circle of the muses of the French beauty house, alongside Julia Roberts, Kate Winslet, and Penelope Cruz, Lupita has set the fashion world at her feet.

Sublime, Lupita Nyong’o fills the screen

For its second cover for Vogue, the actress put her bags in the French capital the time of a shooting inside the Picasso Museum and the house Schiaparelli. Development by photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, the muse Lancôme offers us a series of pictures of overflowing grace and elegance.

Simply radiant, Lupita fills the screen. Sometimes wearing a red dress draped, sometimes a sumptuous satin golden dress, the young 32-year-old woman displays a maddening sensuality. Ultra glamorous, it never ceases to impress us. All pictures are visible here.

Skin color that has long bothered

A native of Kenya, Lupita Nyong’o returned to Vogue about her difficult start due to her skin color deemed “too black”.

“I realized that some people looked at me differently because of my color. As an African, we did not grow up with a racial identity. We grow with cultural and ethnic identity. I never used the word black child “says the actress who has taken her revenge.

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