Africa being the home of the world’s most eccentric fashion and style, here are 9 of the African celebrities that are doing us proud.
29-year-old Tanzanian Vanessa Mdee was first known to us as the trendy, too-cool-for-school VJ from MTV. Later on, she delved into the music industry as a beautiful songstress and phenomenal hit maker and all this time her fashion sense is still as amazing as it has always been.
Minnie Dlamini is one of the most popular fashionistas in her homeland, South Africa. The fact that she is an on-air personality, actress and model just makes it better and oh! How fabulous is her sense of style? See it for yourself.
3. ADESUA ETOMI.
The beautiful Nollywood actress, Nigerian Adesua Etomi is taking the industry by storm and so is her classy and chic fashion sense. She is truly making Nigeria proud.
Meet Faarow, the Canadian Pop and R&B duo of Somali sisters Siham and Iman Hashi. Owing to their Somali heritage it is hard to miss their obviously gorgeous faces and just as with their talent in music, their love for fashion and style is simply as amazing.
5. SORAYA DE CARVALHO
Beloved Angolan beauty and fashion blogger, Soraya De Carvalho, has such a unique and chic sense of style, it would honestly be impossible to miss her walking in the street.
6. SAI SANKOH.
Fashion envy, Sai Sankoh is undeniably a wardrobe queen. The Sierra Leone native has truly built a name for herself in the fashion industry as a stylist and fashion expert.
I am sure every Kenyan knows Joy Kendi by now. The gorgeous and confident fashion blogger. Her fashion sense never EVER disappoints and she is such a huge inspiration to many girls across the country.
8. POKELLO NARE.
If like myself, you love Big Brother Africa and are a die-hard fan, I’m sure we all know Zimbabwean contestant Pokello Nare from season 8. Even afterwards, we still continue to hear of her successes especially in the release of her shoe line, Pokello Pink Bottoms in 2014 and more importantly, her impeccable fashion sense.
Written by Christine Wothaya
Source: Zen Magazine