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#ModelMonday: Meet Petite Model Daphne Coriz

Model Daphne Coriz's slightly edgy yet glam personal style is an example of the effortless beauty she relays into her photos. Here are 5 facts about Daphne, who is also returning to Native Fashion In the City for the fourth time in a row(!)

Model Daphne Coriz’s slightly edgy yet glam personal style is an example of the effortless beauty she relays into her photos. Being one of the first petite Native models, Daphne promotes size diversity and encourages all to pursue modeling no matter the size you are. Here are 5 facts about Daphne, who is also returning to Native Fashion In the City for the fourth time in a row(!):

-Dress designed by ACONAV was made especially for the evening gown competition when I competed for Miss Native American USA.

-I am a licensed hairdresser and a Master Stylist at Regis Salon Albuquerque

-This year’s NFITC will be my fourth year being involved as an H/MUA and model

-Standing at only 4 feet 11 inches tall, I believe I have added diversity in the Native American fashion world as a petite model. I have worn and represented designers such as ACONAV, OXDX Clothing, Penny Singer Designs, Sho Sho Esquiro Clothing, and more! So no matter your size, tall or short, slim or curvy, if you have the drive to model.. do it!

-I was chosen by Mariah Watchman (America’s Next Top Model contestant) to model with 12 other lucky models to represent her Dreamer’s Junction fashion show

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