25 finalists for grand finale of Aquafina Elite Model Look
The Aquafina Elite Model Look East and West Africa grand finale would be holding on Sunday, September 8 in search for the new Face of Africa.
EML was launched in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2008 by Beth Model Management and has held annually in the past 11 years, discovering all the biggest super models of today from Nigeria, such as Mayowa Nicholas, Victor Ndigwe and Davidson Obennebo who became the very first African to win the world finale in 33 years.
This year EML Global and EML Nigeria have decided to launch the EML East and West Africa thereby spreading tentacles to reach out to these parts of Africa.
According to the organisers: “The team has toured round 10 African countries, namely Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lagos, Congo, South Sudan, Senegal, Cameroon, Uganda and Rwanda, and now we are ready to unveil the beauties discovered to the world.”
The finals would see 25 finalists from around Africa compete for the role of overall winners of East and West Africa finals, to follow in the footsteps of world super models discovered in the past 36 years of inception like Cindy Crawford, Gisele Bundchen, Amiolna Esteavon, Tami Willliams Alessandra Ambrosio and Adut Akech.
Elite World is the largest international network of model management agencies in the world, with leading agencies in global fashion capitals, including Milan, Paris, London and New York and more.
The world’s most prestigious modeling competition, it is the biggest model search worldwide and exists in over 50 affiliate countries and about 80 castings are held worldwide, with a yearly turnout of over 350,000 candidates.
The agency is consistently discovering the stars of tomorrow, launching the careers of young models dreaming of becoming one of the glamorous few represented by the most prestigious modelling agency in the world.
The competition sponsored by Aquafina, is supported by Moet and Chandon, Maybelline, Sari’s Signature, Upfront and Personal, and Bella Naija.
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