Fashion Industry Icon Nini Amerlise Wins Model Of The Decade
Supermodel Nini Amerlise, a Canadian-Ghanaian, has been an iconic figure in fashion for several years and took her role seriously in 2014 after competing at African Fashion Week Toronto. Even though she was rejected and did not advance far in the competition, adversity ignited a new fire within her that she had not previously had.
She was honored at the 10th annual African Fashion Industry Awards hosted by African Fashion Week Toronto as the “MODEL OF THE DECADE”. The largest fashion platform in Canada that recognizes and celebrates African and Caribbean talent.
Having married the Igbo artist B’kem, the 28-year-old has experienced a life filled with bliss and gratitude. With so many accolades and achievements, the 28-year-old has no plans to slow down. In 2015, she was named Top Model at Miss International City, and in 2018, she was named Women Leadership by Canadian MP Gary Anandasangaree. With the support of Ghana Model Awards in 2021, Nini experienced the homecoming of her Ghanaian heritage and won the honorary award Breakout Model of the Year. At present, Nini Amerlise holds 11 international awards. We salute her for building esteem and confidence for generations of creatives and models through NA Management Inc and We Are Royals Inc in both the African and North American Diasporas.
In the years after winning Supermodel Canada’s Season One, she gained a reputation as an actress and a TV host for the Travel Africa Network. In addition to taking part in the “Stitched” fashion competition on Slice TV and winning it, she has appeared on the covers of Share Newspaper, NBC, Fox News, CBS, CTV, Vogue UK, Vogue UK, The Daily Mail, Vogue USA, Glamour, Glam Africa, Jamaican Gleaner, and Men’s Health South Africa. In the coming week, she will attend a red carpet screening of her film “Stay,” along with celebrity co-star Jospeh Benjamin.
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