Like most of us beauties, Imaan Hammam can’t help herself when it comes to shoes. When it comes to a cute pair, she can’t wait to get them on her feet; a good pair can instantly make her day.
New York – DNA Models
Paris – Viva Paris
Milan – Why Not Model Management
London – Viva London
Amsterdam – CODE Management
Barcelona- Viva Barcelona
Claim to Fame: The Dutch native was discovered at Amsterdam’s Central Station by a scouting agent. Three years later, in 2013, her career set ablaze with covers on Vogue Magazine, an exclusive opportunity to open Givenchy‘s runway show and major props from fashion editor Anna Wintour.
The Egyptian-Moroccan beauty had to embrace herself long before her love for shoes came into existence. The early part of her successful career included a struggle with what beauty meant to her and what was required for the runway. She would often straighten her hair, believing it would be a better appeal during her catwalk. She soon learned that wasn’t the case. It wasn’t until she wore her big natural curls down the runway that her career took off to new levels, catching the eyes of Chanel, Dolce and Gabbana and Victoria’s Secret as well as Vogue Magazine.
Imaan wants to take her love for shoes and do something special. When asked about her plans, she revealed she would like to have her own training brand some day. This is bound to be good, joining the likes of Joan Smalls to hold down a side hustle that pays!
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