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Bunmi dazzles at the Paris Fashion Week

By Yemisi Sulieman

Flying on the wings of Isis Model South Africa, former Best Model of the World Bunm Ademokoya again  dazzled the crowd at the Paris fashion week, when she hit the runway in designs of one of the most brilliant Lebanese designer, Dany Atrache..  After a long flight  from Johannesburg  Bunmi, who was accompanied on the trip to France  by Mrs Joan Okorodudu owner of Isis Models,  headed straight to the casting and fitting place for Dany Atrache.. This Lebanese designer  who has joined the clique of  top notch Lebanese designers like Elie Saab ,Zuhair Murad, Walid  Atalla Amal Sarieddine, was fascinated by Bunmi’s unique look and carriage at the  New York Fashion Week last February and has booked her for all his shows this year.

Since her victory at the Best Model Of The World  2007, Bunmi’s modelling career has kept soaring to greater heights as she has participated in some of the best  fashion shows in the world.

She showcased for  Elie Saab at The  Best model of the World wearing a  beautiful peach dress, the same dress that she wore when she was crowned best model of the world 2007 in Tekey.

Bunmi currently  combines her  robust modelling  career with her  studies at  University of   South Africa,  where she is  studying Law
Bunmi currently combines her robust modelling career with her studies at University of South Africa, where she is studying Law

Bunmi has done shows like Cape Town virgin mobile, Durban , South African, and Joburg fashion Weeks and  Arise Joburg Show.  Although she was booked for Arise at the New York fashion week last February, did fittings for Tiffany Amber but was dropped by Jan Malan at the last minute for some inexplicable  reasons.

Bunmi currently combines her robust modelling career with her studies at University of  South Africa, where she is studying Law.  She has been booked for  several shows this year including as a judge at this year’s Best Model of the World 2009..


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