One of the awesome things that made headlines in the fashion world in 2014 is British Nigerian supermodel Betty Adewole becoming the new face of Tom Ford Beauty for Tom Ford’s Cosmetics collection for the Spring/Summer 2014 Ad Campaign. The Telegraph of UK called her the newest Naomi Campbell. But Betty said she is different!
"She's an amazing model but I'm very different. I'm Betty Adewole." Wow! Go girl!
She has got the grits and guts to be herself no matter the comparison and competition.
Born in London 22 years ago to poor Nigerian parents who were evicted from their East London flat when she was only 11, Betty had to live in a hostel for two years. Then God gave her the life changing breakthrough at 15 and she has never looked back.
"I'm a born again Christian," she testified on her Twiter profile.
Betty's grass to grace story should be a great inspiration and motivation for all girls in the world that your poor family background should not discourage you, but should challenge you to break socioeconomic barriers and break new grounds to excel and succeed in life.
Read the following by Betty Adewole in her own words and discover the power in her African beauty.
I felt like the sexiest woman alive! It was an honour to walk for Tom Ford as he's a genius and the world's most talented, sexiest man. Women request to have clothes made by him, so to be picked to walk for him made me feel extra special. I don't think I've ever felt so sexy and womanly as when I wore that dress, I walked out onto the runway feeling and looking like a million dollars, it was the best feeling ever. The catwalk was my stage and I stepped out onto it for the first time feeling like a star about to perform for her audience. After the show I realized that there is power in beauty.~ Click here to read the full interview by Neill Seeto.
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