Adwoa Aboah In Burberry – Burberry x Adwoa Cocktail Party

On Friday (June 8) Burberry hosted a party to celebrate model of the moment Adwoa Aboah in London.

She was naturally outfitted by the British brand, wearing a look from Christopher Bailey’s last collection before we get to see Burberry under the creative guidance of Riccardo Tisci.

On paper a bold yellow checked peplum top and tiered tulle lilac skirt wouldn’t sound so appealing, but eclectic ensemble looks both edgy and super feminine on the model.

Some might question the addition of the check Burberry pumps, but I found myself enjoying this print clash.

John Hardy jewels completed her look.

Burberry Checked Slingback Pumps

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Models @ 2018 Met Gala

Naturally, the models were out in force for the 2018 Met Gala on Monday (May 7) in New York City. Here’s what these ‘heavenly bodies’ had on.

Ashley Graham: Channeling a bronzed goddess moment, the model donned an Atelier Prabal Gurung sequin-encrusted gown that introduced a dramatic, Met-ready sensibility with the long, satin-edged cape. The leg jut was put to work, with Taski jewels and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals completing the look.

Bella Hadid: I’m sure many will be raising their hands in praise that Bella opted for something a bit more covered than her naked bodysuit from last year’s Met Gala. This custom Chrome Hearts x Gareth Pugh design riffed on sinner and saint with the dark glamour of the latex corset and sculptural, villainous cape and fingerless gloves. This would have been all bad-girl were it not for the cross necklace and cross-embroidered veil that trailed behind her.

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Adwoa Aboah In Emory Bee – Global Citizen Live London

Global Citizen hosts festivals around the world, bringing together some of the biggest names in music, world leaders, and global citizens to influence positive change on a global scale.

On Tuesday (April 17), they hosted an event in Brixton, London, which was attended by Vogue cover model Adwoa Aboah.

“Velvet, in summer?” I hear you say.

While it does seem like a strange choice as temperature rise, Adwoa does what she does best by making this Emory Bee taupe duster and lounge pants combo look cool.

Styled with a Fendi FF strap bag, John Hardy jewels and bejewelled sneakers did she make velvet in summer a viable look for you?

Fendi Printed Velvet and Leather Bag Strap

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Adwoa Aboah In Coach – Gurls Talk Festival

Adwoa Aboah put on a jaunty front at the Gurls Talk Festival on Sunday (March 11) in New York City.

The co-founder was clad in a Coach Spring 2018 ensemble which carried a softer feel than the traditional suit thanks to the rounded shoulders and softer fabrication.

The pink boots brought out the floral embroidery in a joyful manner and played into the celebration of women.

Her beret capped off the sentiment as it celebrated girl power with its bright red appliqué.

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The BRIT Awards 2018 Red Carpet Roundup

Long, short, and everything in between, the eclectic looks marched on with so many more stars in attendance at The Brit Awards 2018 on Wednesday (February 21) in London.

Jennifer Hudson: I loved the sizzling hue of this red-hot Ralph Lauren gown, but not the fit. The patent-plasticized look would have been all shine had the silhouette been sleeker without the awkward folds.

Adwoa Aboah: Rita Ora wasn’t the only one in feathers, as Adwoa also took a flight of fancy with this Sonia Rykiel white dress. The model’s directional looks can sometimes be a tough sell, so I like the pristine romance she presented here with Jimmy Choo ‘Minny’ sandals and a Time’s Up rose to complete the picture.

Maya Jama: Given this House of Holland mini was a custom piece, I expected an impeccable fit and the pink metallic number delivered. She complemented its flirty, girlish side with Sophia Webster embellished sandals. But, I would have left the diamond choker at home.

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