She wowed in a vibrant cover shoot for Edward Enniful’s first British Vogue edition.
And Adwoa Aboah commanded attention when she descended upon the River Cafe in London to celebrate British Vogue‘s December edition on Tuesday.
The model of the moment, 25, made a dazzling impression in a semi-sheer dress which featured billowing sleeves and vivid floral embroidery for a dramatic effect.
Model of the moment! Adwoa Aboah commanded attention in a semi-sheer floral dress at the River Cafe in London to celebrate the British Vogue’s December edition on Tuesday
Under the slinky overlay, the Vogue cover girl styled a form-fitting cream dress which best showcased her svelte figure.
The style maven brought attention to the silk garment as she opted for sky-scraper platform sandals in the same hue, which also featured quirky floral straps.
Adding to the drama, the stunner accessorised with dangling earrings which kissed the edges of her shoulders.
She’s dazzling: The model of the moment wowed in a vibrant cover shoot for Edward Enniful’s first British Vogue edition
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The fashionista accentuated her striking model looks with heavy Cleopatra-esque eye make-up and a nude slick of lipstick.
Adwoa is up for title of Model of the Year award which will be announced at London’s Royal Albert Hall on December 4.
She is the only British name to make the list among stars Cindy Crawford’s daughter Kaia Gerber, Winnie Harlow as well as modelling sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid.
The stunning model was cherry picked to front Edward’s first edition of British Vogue for December 2017.
‘My head’s going this big,’ Adwoa told the publication. ‘Being on this cover is the biggest thing that’s happened in my career.
‘There is this newfound love and space for activism within fashion. I never would have dreamt in a million years that I would have young girls coming up to me at Glastonbury or on the streets of LA, New York, London, and telling me how much GurlsTalk or seeing my picture in a magazine means to them, as a woman of colour.
‘I love being a mixed-race woman in 2017. I feel part of something big. There’s this understanding that we’re all in it together.’
The December 2017 edition of Vogue has already been met with incredible praise from celebrities including Cheryl and her boyfriend Liam Payne.
Victoria Beckham, Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid and Zendaya also praised Enninful’s triumphant unveiling on Tuesday with gushing social media posts.