At the mention of Adwoa Aboah, Fashion follows straightaway. Adwoa Aboah has for such an extremely long time, been an astounding fashion model in the industry. Authenticity has forever been her trademark. She believes she can set an example for others to follow in the fashion business.
As a beautiful model who has had her face on the cover of many magazines, and modelled for luxury fashion labels including Alexander Wang, Versace and Erdem, Adwoa has additionally become well known all through her career with her devotion to activism.
The British style model has such a mind boggling accomplishments that, according to her, it’s all about passion in addition to hard work. She has been a part of the Paris Fashion Week AW19, with several top big names appearing at the event back in 2019.
In 2015, the British fashion model launched Gurls Talk, a web-based resource that gives young women the opportunity to openly discuss issues including mental health, education and relationship.
The 26-year-old clarifies that the first time she felt a “huge sense of pride” in herself was when she appeared on the cover of Italian Vogue in December 2015. This ‘special’ photograph was taken by the famous Tim Walker.
As indicated by Adwoa, when she previously saw herself, it didn’t feel like she’d been changed or made to look a specific way. And it was an incredible feeling. Indeed, she truly saw herself in it, and that caused her to feel truly happy.
She has since, seen herself show up on the covers of fashion publications, including, American Vogue, British Vogue and i-D. Adwoa says her proudest moment has been creating Gurls Talk, which she describes as her favourite thing in the world.
‘Gurls Talk‘ created a safe space where all topics had the ability to be shared.
Due to her striking contributions in the fashion Industry, Adwoa was delightfully celebrated by toy organization Mattel in 2019, when she was transformed into a Barbie during the festival of International Women’s Day.
Adwoa has always been passionate about encouraging girls to be anything they want to be. The 29 year old now works with an agency- DNA Models (New York City); VIVA Model Management; (Paris, Barcelona); TESS Management (London).