How Chantelle Brown-Yang turned "Winnie Harlow", from suicide girl to Supermodel in the United State
She was the one who gained prominence as a contestant on the 21st cycle of the U.S TV series "America's Next Top Model" due to her condition. But in fact, she was used to scolding in her school days from her friends. She received many bad names and related her to "Cow, Monkey, Zebra" and to other animals too.
From this skin condition, she had to fade up and had decided to suicide but the U.S was waiting for her to praise her beauty and make her supermodel. Now she is living her luxurious life and Winnie now gives healthy lectures on her skin condition. She helps others who are affected by such a disease.
Her story is so interesting, she was discovered by "America's Next Top Model" host Tyra Banks on Instagram and luckily became one of the fourteen finalists of the twenty-first-cycle in 2014 and she proved that she is only on this earth from Canada became and cast ever on ANTM.
Now when she thought about her past, especially her school days and how she was being examined by her friends and receives comments on her skin condition. But the thing is different now, millions of people praise her and adore her beauty.
She never hesitates to post her new photograph on Instagram and she is an active user there.
I got to shoot this cover with a group of my SUPER TALENTED friends! So much fun and so much talent on set🤩. Thank you @petrmatejcek @elleczech for letting us experiment on this shoot. Not often do i allow my natural hair to be used for work because I’m all about protecting my kinks and curls from damage (if you knew the struggle😂). It was amazing to have one of my main hair dressers who specializes in black hair booked to achieve this intricate updo with my natural hair which is such a different look for me! ❤️ Photography: @frederic.monceau Hair: @hbjbofficial Makeup: @lletitia Styling: @lenkakermes Production: @ivonka1401
She had models Spanish brand Desigual and became their official brand representative not only this but many like others and has appeared in many magazines