She is Vogue‘s spring star, gracing not one, not two, but three international covers of the famous fashion magazine; meet cover girl Adwoa Aboah, the stunning Ghanaian-British model. When it comes to the competitive modeling world, there are some faces with exquisite bone structure you just cannot forget. Adwoa Aboah is that young woman, and it’s no secret why she has turned the industry upside down. Killer cheekbones, almond-shaped eyes and some of the best eyebrows on the planet create her unique beauty. She stands 5’8″ with brown eyes and hair and is proud to be called a feminist activist.
Adwoa Aboah is wowing as she posed for two covers for Vogue Mexico. One of them features her in a navy Versace trench coat and wide-brimmed Mexican hat. The other cover displays Adwoa in a glam Proenza Schouler cross-over crop top and pleated skirt. In addition to the Mexican covers, the stunning beauty appears on the cover of Vogue Spain, posing with fellow model, Cameron Russell. Rounding out her spring appearances, Adwoa also graced the cover of American Vogue‘s March 2017 issue (“Fashion’s Fearless Females”), appearing alongside fellow models like Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Gigi Hadid, and Kendall Jenner.
Campaigns for Calvin Klein and H&M have her on the fast track to stardom, and she’s just starting to appreciate her value on several levels. Not only is Adwoa Aboah’s look refreshing, but also her honesty and generosity in sharing tougher moments in her life. For instance, at 24, the young model would appear to have had the world by the tail, but that hasn’t always been so. She opened up about her challenges last November as reported by the HuffingtonPostUK. She has struggled with depression, addiction, and low self-esteem, and to hear Adwoa Aboah’s story straight from her lips is moving. She shares her feelings with London’s StyleLikeU in “The What’s Underneath Project.” We learn the model is shy, vulnerable yet strong and moving forward with support from her sister, parents, and boyfriend.
Adwoa Aboah is proud of her new initiative,Gurls Talk, a female-focused online forum.