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  • The afro takes centre stage at fashion week
  • The afro takes centre stage at fashion week
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The afro takes centre stage at fashion week

Wearing your hair in its natural state shouldn’t be much of a surprise. But black hair is so rarely seen on the catwalk without having been blown out or straightened, that when a black model appeared with an afro on the Prada runway, it became one of the most talked about moments of the season.

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