Ghanaian-born model Felivian Adombila Ayariga is a proof that true beauty transcends European standards.

With classic African features-high cheekbones and likable looks that remind you of Naomi and Nyakim Gatwech, the 5-foot-8 African beauty from the Upper East Region, Bolgatanga caused quite a stir on the modeling circuit in Ghana when she burst onto the scene years ago.

This enterprising young African Aphrodite who was signed on to Exopa Modelling Agency was an active model in the Ghanaian fashion scene and held onto many hopes of becoming Ghana’s first home-made international model in the early 2000s. She suddenly disappeared following an incident in 2011.

In early 2013 many began to post on social media about her whereabouts and if she would make a possible return. By mid-2013 there were signs or a possible return when she started to reply to posts on social media, then a whole new set of photoshoots by various photographers in Ghana exposed her face once again to the public.

With her deeply pigmented skin and fierce determination, the dark skin model has made a comeback on the runway. Jant’s Collection booked her for her great look. She took to the ramp with her heart-stirring walk for Jant’s Collection at this year’s edition of Glitz Africa Fashion Week, she managed to make a great statement, showing the newbies how it’s done.

The Ebony skin model is the face for this year’s “Rhythm On The Runway” proudly organized by Media Personality and Fashion Designer Kofi Okyere Darko, popularly known as KOD.

These days, when Felivian is not working on the runway, she is mentoring children between the ages of three and 13 and young Ghanaians with a passion for modeling.

Don’t we all love Felivian? We wish her the very best in all her endeavours.

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