Our Top 7 Ghanaian female models who ruled 2017

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The fashion and modelling industry in Ghana is more vibrant today than it ever was and it’s all thanks to the designers and models who do their best to take the industry places.

With social media, we’ve seen a spike in interest in the modelling industry, with an Instagram account and a pretty face, you’re pretty much set to go but here are the top 7 fierce female models who took the business of modelling and fashion to another pedestal. 

1. Laurie Frempong

The dark-skinned model is also a blogger and a nurse and has incorporated her natural hair into her signature look. In an interview from 2016, Laurie says “I’ve been passionate about fashion and modelling for a long time. I knew there were challenges in the industry, but nothing good comes easy. I love what I do, and I know with hard work, we can all make it a well-recognized and respected profession”

2. MisJulee

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Misjulee’s record in the modelling/fashion  is an impressive one and as the awards and recognition come, she keeps getting edgier and better. Currently operating her own Ready-to-wear label, Djoulde and the Model Project With Julee,  which seeks to mentor young and upcoming models in the industry, her star power is not wading anytime soon in Ghana.

3. Ruth Quashie

Ruth Quashie rose to international stardom when she became Ghana’s rep for the 2017 Miss Universe pageant and made it to the Top 16. Before Miss Universe, she was well known in fashion and model circles in Accra, and has been a dark horse in the Ghanaian modeling scene for seven years having walked multiple runways and been featured by multiple brands as a fashion and lingerie model.

4. Victoria Michaels

She’s known internationally as a fashion icon, red carpet diva, model, influence, and ambassador for multiple brands and has been featured in major publications like CANOE, Vogue Italia, O Yes!, Enjoy and Mirror.  2017 was such a good year for her so much that she made another major move unto the silver screens in the critically-acclaimed “Potato Potahto movie. She’s also

5. Gina Akala

If you’re a keen fashion and photography enthusiast on social media you must have seen and heard of the gorgeous gazelle-like creature known as Gina Akala. Both a fashion designer and a model, she has worked with several creatives and photographers home and abroad and has beenfeatured in music videos for Tiffany and  VVIP and also starred in commercials, look books, promos for brands worldwide.

6. Roselyn Ashkar

WARNING: SLIGHTLY LONG POST AHEAD ⚠️ {No I haven't been hacked. I talk a lot. Like a whole lot, normally. I just spare you most of the time 😂} ________________________________________________________ About two weeks ago, I was lucky to work with two amazing creatives. @joshsisly – We had been planning to work together for a LONG time. I was very hesitant, I must confess. Because I'm a VERY picky individual. Picky about where, how and whom i give my time and self to. Picky about what I associate my brand with. Also, time was never our friend, anytime I was home. Eventually everything aligned and we made what I think is my best work thus far! Josh. You are incredibly talented! I'm still marveled at what u've taught urself and ur undying will to always listen and learn. Cheers to the beginning of this union and all the magic that's coming of it. Congratulations. You've earned a new fan. 🙋🏽 @woena_mua Woena!! I had caught a little of your work here and there and I admired your work and talent, prior to us meeting. I learned you were on this project the night before and I knew immediately that my sensitive face was gonna be in good hands. You showed up and showed out! Never been happier about the results of a collaboration. Look at what that hands do!! 👏🏽🙌🏽

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Former Miss Malaika contestant and Ghana’s first representative on Oluchi’s Africa’s Next Top model,  Roselyn Ashkra begun her career in the industry in 2009 as one of the top-listed models for renowned modelling agency, EXOPA. Throughout the years she has graced the pages on international magazines and has been described as one of Ghana’s hottest exports. She’s the 2017 winner of the prestigious Glitz Style Awards “Model of the Year” category.

7. Karen Abib

Karen Abib  is the poster girl for 2017 if you asked us, having fronted every major collection this year as she continuously won her way into the hearts of designers, photographers and fashion event organizers alike.  “I wasn’t too desperate to model or just be on any kind of shows, I trained and here I am today. Modeling takes extreme dedication, you have to love it to make it work. Karen revealed in an interview in 2016.

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