The fashion industry hasn't always been a trailblazer when it comes to diversity. From cultural appropriation to a lack of models of color, it can be challenging to see images that reflect the true diversity of the world.

But there are signs that this is changing — and this acne ad is the perfect example.

These Black gay dads have made history as the stars of Acne Studios' Fall 2017 ad campaign.

Kaleb Anthony and Kordale Lewis are THE FIRST LGBTQ Black couple to be the faces of a luxury European fashion brand.

The couple has four young kids, and the ad campaign depicts them having fun in a New York City hotel during a family vacation. Although it sucks that it's taken until 2017 to see this type of representation, it's great to witness progress today. 

However, this wasn't the first time that the family has made headlines.

The family frequently posts pictures of them living their best lives — wearing matching Christmas onesies, going trick-or-treating, and celebrating birthdays. Their Instagram post about getting their daughters ready for school got over 53,000 likes and put them on the map. Most importantly, the post showed that LGBTQ families aren't an anomaly.

"Being fathers is getting our daughters up at 5:30am, making breakfast, getting them dressed for school, and putting them on the bus by 6:30. This is a typical day in our household. It's not easy but we enjoy every moment and every minute of fatherhood," their caption said.

When the couple posted the campaign images on their Instagram, they received countless supporters.

"Congrats guys! And thanks for stepping up and breaking stereotypes!" one follower said. 

"Everything about this makes my heart burst out of my chest! You all are amazing! And that split jump!" another commenter said. 

"I just think you have the most beautiful family I've ever seen. God Bless you and yours," a user said. 

"There is no ‘normal’ family—all families are normal," Acne Studio's creative director Jonny Johansson said.

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"It is also a way of highlighting that while every family is different, we all have the same love and want the best for our children," Johansson said on the Acne Studios website. With their rights hanging in the balance, it's vital for LGBTQ youth to see themselves represented in a variety of ways. 

We greatly appreciate Acne Studios depicting normalcy within the LGBTQ experience. 

Hopefully, other brands will see how they could improve representation in their campaign ads as well.