Like clothes, models too have their season
Last year Vogue described him as a model who is “outspoken with regards to the industry’s need for inclusiveness and his position as a representative for Africans in fashion” and added that “Bosso is carving out his own, exciting niche.”
Bosso was born in Ivory Coast, and grew up in Montreal. He began his modeling career when he was 17 years old and has gaining a lot of popularity since. Adonis Bosso has worked for Vivienne Westwood, Perry Ellis, Tommy Hilfiger, Acne, John Elliott, Adidas, ON & ON, H&M and many more. This year (so far) Bosso has walking for Siblings, Carley-Hayford and Dolce & Gabbana for their 2016 Fall/Winter men’s shows. And when he is not slaying catwalks he works with special needs children.
“Thanks to my work, I was able to open a rest center for kids with special needs and their family. They can rest there, enjoy time together, and feel at home. It’s easy to forget how much that quality time matters and how important it is for the entire family.”
Adonis Bosso Vogue interview 2015
Godly bone structure and knows how to use it ✔
Has an extreme awareness of being black in fashion (and in general). ✔
I am excited to see how Bosso’s career will turn out.
Stay fashionable xoxo