Clairol Brings Back the First Black Transgender Fashion Model in Its Lovely New Campaign

Tracey Norman kept her gender identity a secret

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In December, New York magazine's fashion vertical, The Cut, ran a cover story about Tracey Africa Norman, the first black transgender model to work for magazines like Essence and brands like Clairol. The story inspired Procter & Gamble's agency, Grey in New York, to reach out to Norman and ask if she would consider returning to work for Clairol's Nice 'n Easy.

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