I'm young, but I have been exploring fashion for a while; however, I see quite a bias. Most models are beginning to look exactly alike to me. Light skinned and brown or blond haired. I'm not saying that this is a bad look, but I really feel left out. I'm African American, but I look almost biracial. My hair is wavy, my lips aren't exactly thin, and I have high cheekbones. I have never seen a model that looks even remotely similar to me, and I'm sure that there are a lot of girls that feel this way as well. Black, Hispanic, Asian, it does not matter, there are not many girls that represent other races on the runway. Every race is beautiful, but I'mfeeling as if the fashion industry is not representing this. H&M came out with some ads that show different races, and I was extremely excited. Then, I realized that I shouldn't have been this excited-this should be an everyday occurrence. I began thinking about why this couldn't be an everyday occurrence. Why couldn't models of ALL races be used for high fashion shows and ads? White, Black, Asian, Hispanic...all races should be included. We are in the 21st century for crying out loud! I feel like I'm being robbed of possible role models.