Editorial Throwback. Lorraine Pascale. Elle UK June 1994. Images by Michael Woolley.

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Lorraine Pascale Black Fashion Models, Vintage Black Fashion Models


Former Model Lorraine Pascale was born to West Indian parents in England in 1972. At 18 months, she was adopted by a white family and raised in Oxfordshire. Pascale was scouted at the age of 16 by the same agent who launched fellow Brit Naomi Campbell’s career.

During her roughly 15-year career, Lorraine Pascale modeled for some of the biggest names in fashion, including Chanel, John Galliano, and Versace; she was also the first black model to appear on the cover of American Elle.

Today, Pascale is known by most as a master chef, through her various cooking series which have aired on BBC Two and The Food Network, as well as her line of cookbooks.


Lorraine Pascale Black Fashion Models, Vintage Black Fashion Models

Lorraine Pascale Black Fashion Models, Vintage Black Fashion Models

Lorraine Pascale Black Fashion Models, Vintage Black Fashion Models

Lorraine Pascale Black Fashion Models, Vintage Black Fashion Models

Lorraine Pascale Black Fashion Models, Vintage Black Fashion Models

Lorraine Pascale Black Fashion Models, Vintage Black Fashion Models

Lorraine Pascale Black Fashion Models, Vintage Black Fashion Models


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