To become a successful model in the fashion industry you must be expressive. Therefore successful models look for new ways to create art with body movement. In this interview, you will see the artistic side of our “Model in focus.”
My name is Edwina Ndiba and I’m a part-time Kenyan model from Nairobi. I do makeup and costume alongside. My clients are mostly photographers and Film producers.
I love the artistic part of modeling . In other words, modelling is beyond what it seems on TV and magazines.
I hope to become a television/film personality.
My career goal is to make modelling great again. The industry has lost faith in us as models. This has resulted in low patronage from our clientele like photographers and designers.
Fashion is your sense of style. It is what makes you unique.
I had great pleasure from working with creative people.
Green is my favourite colour. It reflects who I am. My star sign is green and I feel safe and powerful in this colour.
No, I didn’t.
Patricia Kihoro from Kenya. Her style is radiant alongside her accessory placement.
Fried Peanut Rice. I love it Soft and crunchy.
I exercise twice a week.
My favourite designer is OdaOmo. I enjoy the hand-woven baskets and accessories most importantly.
A scarf or a turban for her “bad hair day”, to stand out. No one forgets a woman with a turban.
If you liked this interview you can reach out to me via Instagram by clicking on my handle. @edwina_mosby. I’d be glad to hear from you.
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Photo credit(s) : Lines Photography