In a manifesto published by i-D Magazine, Jillian Mercado shares her dedication to take part in the world of beauty where she does not conventionally fit in.
On our minds is Jillian Mercado, the New York based fashion blogger suffering from muscular dystrophy who has lately been giving the fashion world a shake. In a lovely manifesto published by ID Magazine, Jillian shares her dedication to take part in the world of beauty where she does not conventionally fit in, whilst expressing an aim to challenge people’s perceptions of beauty and belonging. Read the feature here. /Ada Källgren
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