Liya Kebede is an Ethiopian model, maternal health advocate, clothing designer, actress, and an absolutely beautiful woman. Honestly, I cannot emphasize how gorgeous she is.
Kebede started modelling when a film director discovered and introduced her to a French modelling agency. She then moved to France to pursue work after finishing her studies. Kebede is now signed with a few modelling agencies: IMG Models New York, Viva Models Paris, and D’management Group.
Kebede was appointed the WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health in 2005. She also has her own foundation - the Liya Kebede Foundation - which aims to reduce the number of maternal and child mortality around the world, especially in Ethiopia.
Her clothing line, Lemlem (which means “to bloom” in Amharic), was established in 2008. Kebede first launched the line as a way to help local artists and preserve the Ethiopian traditional art of weaving. Lemlem features hand-spun, woven, and embroidered women and children’s clothing.
NOW do you see why she’s so beautiful? She is an absolute role model. If someone told me that people would kill for those cheekbones, I would definitely believe them. Once, my mom said I looked like her (I WISH!). Don’t get me wrong, I’m flattered, but I just don’t see it haha.
Well, I will leave you to ponder upon her beauty now.