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Along with walking countless runways, nabbing campaigns for Diesel, Desigual and Nike, and making an appearance in Beyoncé's Lemonade, the model has also been outspoken about her vitiligo, a condition that causes the loss of skin color in patches.
The team is also interested in seeing whether this process could benefit people with skin conditions like vitiligo, an autoimmune disease where parts of the skin stop producing melanin, causing a patchy appearance.
More women dispelling beauty myths: Now, learn how one woman learned to embrace her vitiligo:
The album art features Yachty in the center of a movie theater, surrounded by people not normally represented in the media: a girl afflicted with vitiligo, an albino boy and -- perhaps the most controversial -- a young gay couple making out.
Such stereotyping can be psychologically devastating for people suffering from common skin condition such as vitiligo, warts, acne and hair loss.
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First Known Use: circa 1842See Words from the same year
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