Adwoa Aboah travels to the fatherland where she also collaborates with British luxury fashion brand Burberry.
Born Adwoa Maria Caitlin Aboah to a Ghanaian father, Charles Aboah and white British mother, Camilla Lowther. She comes from a family of fashion players. Apart from her activism, she’s also popular for her multiple covers on Vogue and modeling for H&M, Calvin Klein and more.
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Home away from home. She was in Ghana a while back where she met President Akufo-Addo and the first lady. She visited the West African country where she met her patrilineal relatives. She collaborated and directed a Burberry project which saw its first-ever version of Kaba and Slit – a popular Ghanaian traditional dressing. She was photographed with her family, all wearing the custom made dresses.
In an Instagram post by the model, she said:
“The world knowing nothing about the magic that Ghana is, the beauty and chaos.
Where my father was born, the other half of my British blood, Accra. Home away from home with the church and the swing and grandma and grandad, aunties, Kente cloth, fufu and buckets for washing. Memories, so many memories of 6 hour journeys to visit my other half. …”
Exclusive photos available to GhKings – vibrant and coolest African brand reveal some Burberry ads from the project inside Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2.
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You can also read more about her trip to Ghana here.
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