Nuyorican model-turned-actress Talisa Soto appeared on several Vogue covers in her day. She landed her only cover of American Vogue in April of 1989.
Peruvian/Danish model Helena Christensen (pictured left) was also a big face of the ’90s. The former Miss Denmark (1986) was on the cover of US Vogue twice (both times in 1993; this one is from April).
Nuyorican, Afro-Cuban, and Sicilian model Brandi Quinones was a trailblazer in the modeling world—representing for Latinas, Afro-Latinas, black women, biracial women, and WOC everywhere. She appeared on the April 1994 cover of Vogue.
A supermodel in every sense of the world, the Brazilian we all know on a first name basis was the highest paid model in the world, for 15 years. She has been on the cover of American Vogue 11 times (140 Vogue covers worldwide); this is her very first cover for the July 1999 issue (her curves heralded the return of the sexy model).
Another Brazilian who has made a name for herself in the fashion world is supermodel Isabeli Fontana (pictured third from top left). Two of her 55 total Vogue covers have been for US Vogue (this one is from May 2009).
Puerto Rican model Joan Smalls-Rodriguez is an Afro-Latina who was one of the highest paid models of 2016, and the first Latina face of Estee Lauder. Joan has been on several covers of Vogue around the world; this is her sole US Vogue cover (August 2014).