Famous London family member, DNA model, Brooklyn-based artist and activist Kesewa Aboah is featured in Telegraph UK Magazine’s latest fashion story. Sophie Warburton styles Aboah in images by Buzz White./ Makeup by Naoko Scintu; hair by Philippe Tholimet
Abby Champion, Adut Akech, Andreja Pejic, Anna Ewers, Anok Yai, Ariel Nicholson, Fei Fei Sun, Fran Summers, Gemma Ward, Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls, Karen Elson, Karlie Kloss, Kesewa Aboah, and Paloma Elsesser are styled by Sara Moonves in ‘Check, Please’. Annie Leibovitz captures the noble origins sorority girls en masse for American Vogue August 2019.
Miu Miu releases its Fall Winter 2018.19 The Conversation campaign featuring actors Elle Fanning, Rowan Blanchard, Raffey Cassidy and models Adwoa Aboah, Kesewa Aboah, Georgia May Jagger, Ariel Nicholson, and Zoe Thaets. Alasdair McLellan is behind the lens with Katie Grand in charge of styling./ Hair by Anthony Turner; makeup by Lucia Pieroni; set design by Stefan Beckman
Supermodel Kate Moss poses with British model Kesewa Aboah, Turkish-born fashion and interior designer Rifat Özbek and London couture designer Antony Price, styled by Katie Grand. Photographer Solve Sundsbo captures 'When Ozbek Met Price' for Love Magazine #18, Fall 2017./ Hair by Syd Hayes; makeup by Hung Vaningo
Miuccia Prada releases her Miu Miu Fall 2017 campaign in full, and it's such a delight! Building on the momentum of a late June teaser:
Miuccia Prada takes her Miu Miu brand to the bayous of New Orleans, mixing Indian Summer romantic looks with spirited tunes from the Preservation Hall Brass Brand's spirited sounds. Alasdair McLellancaptures actor Naomi Harris and the legendary Kate Moss, sisters Adwoa and Kesewa Aboah, MIssy Rayder, Jean Campbell, Eliza Cummings, Jasmine Daniels, Rose Daniels and Lily Nova feeling the vibe. Stylist Katie Grand chooses kitschy furs and 40s-inspired printed frocks in a Miu Miu Fall 2017 fashion statement 'Daughters of the Dust'.
In today's political climate on both right and left, it's important to understand that Miuccia Prada is not co-opting the colorful Preservation Hall for white people. In fact, there is a long tradition of racial mixing and interaction at Preservation Hall, now a foundation, founded by Philadelphia transplants Allan and Sandra Jaffe in 1961.
Vanity Fair wrote an in-depth look at the history of Preservation Hall in January 2012, the year of its golden anniversary.