It took nearly 30 years of Glamour covers before they broke ground for African-American women everywhere. The magazine chose college student Kironde to grace its cover for the August 1968 college issue, making history for both Glamour and minorities. That issue, the first women’s magazine to feature an African-American woman on its cover, smashed through previous sales records and remains Glamour‘s best-selling issue. How’s that for a fresh face?
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