Kanye's massive fashion show featured a hijab-wearing Minnesota teen refugee

Kanye's massive fashion show featured a hijab-wearing Minnesota teen refugee

"I can't put it into words".

She was born in a refugee camp. "Change the game", Aden wrote on Instagram after her contract was official.

"I haven't received any pressure to be anything other than myself", she told Vogue, "and for that, I am so grateful". "If I choose to cover up that doesn't mean I have the right to bully or harass someone who chooses not to. And vice versa. We should all respect one another".

This comes shortly after she had announced that she had signed with worldwide modelling agency IMG Models, which is home to Gigi and Bella Hadid and Miranda Kerr.

The 19-year-old Somali-American model made her New York Fashion week debut on Wednesday wearing a hijab on the Yeezy Season 5 runway.

The reality star is thinking about visiting the capital once more for Paris Fashion Week - because Kayne is keen to have her by his side. She is the first woman in the history that got enormous popularity as a Hijabi model. "Everyone has been so welcoming and accepting", said Aden post-show.

For some time after the attack, Kim remained silent on social media and avoided many public events.

Aden's career also got a boost from famed fashion editor Carine Roitfeld, who featured the young model in the March issue of CR Fashion Book.

The mother of two rocked a black crop top and matching skirt with a thigh-high slit while the still-blonde West wore a matching all-black ensemble with a leather jacket over top.

The source added that this type of stress "has been very bad for him in the past", however his wife has been doing her best to support him and "keeps checking in to make sure he gets enough sleep".

"A lot of people will look at you and will fail to see your beauty because you're covered up and they're not used to it", she told Minneapolis TV station KARE in November.



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