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Many models in Kenya are shinning internationally due to their talents. The list is endless, but we picked some of the models who made headlines internationally. The following is the list of models who represented Kenya abroad.

Julia Njoroge

This Kenyan model from Laikipia County got crowned as Miss Eco Universe in Egypt in 2016. She represented Kenya well and won the competition among other contestants. The race was held in Egypt, and that’s how she gained recognition abroad.

Imelda Kesiasnae

Imelda has been stealing the spotlight abroad with her excellent taste for fashion. This Kenyan model was rated as one of the best fashion models. Other than been featured in International adverts such as fifty shades of silver, Imelda Kesiasnae has also participated in showcasing the Top designer’s fashions in London and other places. She lives in the US where she is a great ambassador for Kenya.

Ajuma Nasenyama

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This successful model from Kenya worked with multiple designers including the Victoria’s Secret and the Carlos Mienes. The Kenyan Model has made Kenya famous around the world through modeling. Her ambitions made her come up with an agency named City Models Africa which is leading in Africa.

Evelyn Aboka

Everline started her career in modeling in 2005. She won various competitions like the Miss Tuungane Kisumu, Miss Wakilisha Na Trust Kenya, and many others. She later went international and was crowned the Top Model Worldwide in London. She has promising ambitions, and she is still progressing with her modeling career.

Malaika Firth

The Kenyan model from the coastal regions made headlines in the fashion industry. She was born in Kenya and later relocated to London at an early age together with her family. In 2012 the beautiful Kenyan model participated in competitions of the New York Fashion Week. She was also chosen as the Face of Prada and gained attention worldwide.

 


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