WASHINGTON — As New York Fashion Week begins to wind down, get a look at look at the diversity on the runway, behind the scenes and in the streets.
Among those who participated were breast cancer survivors, activists, a basketball star’s ex-wife and even one of the very first African-American models to walk the couture runways.
See photos below.
Mama Cax, an amputee and activist for body acceptance, heads backstage to prepare for her walk down the runway at the CHROMAT show at New York Fashion Week. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
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