Ugandan singer Fik Fameica is on cloud 9 after hooking up American super model, Halima Aden.
Showbiz Uganda has bumped into exclusive information regarding the two. The two are very close and can’t get enough of each other.
“He has something going on with this model,” a Spy told us.
Halima Aden born on September 19, 1997 in Kakuma, Kenya is an American fashion model. She is noted for being the first woman to wear a hijab in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant, where she was a semi-finalist.
Following her participation in the pageant, Halima received national attention and was signed to IMG Models.
In 2016, Aden received national media attention after competing in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant, becoming the first contestant in the pageant to wear a burkini and a hijab. Some analysts saw this as a move towards diversification in the modeling industry.
The following year, Aden signed a three-year contract with renewal with IMG Models. In February 2017, she made her debut at the New York Fashion Week for Yeezy Season 5. She later served as a preliminary and telecast judge of the Miss USA 2017 pageant.
She has since walked for numerous designers, including Maxmara and Alberta Ferretti. She has also participated in the 2016 Milan Fashion Week and London Modest Fashion Week. Aden posed for American Eagle and British Glamour, and has a CR Fashion Book cover.
Aden was the first hijab-wearing model to walk international runways and to be signed to a major agency.
In June 2017, she became the first hijab-wearing model on the cover of Vogue Arabia,Allure, and British Vogue.
In 2018, Aden became a UNICEF ambassador. Her work is focused around children’s rights.
As of April 2019, Aden is the first model to wear the hijab and burkini in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit.
This is not the first time in her career that she has been able to break boundaries, further diversifying the industry to be more inclusive of Muslims.
Aden stated on her Instagram that her appearance in Sport’s Illustrated sends a message to both her community and the world that “women of all different backgrounds, looks, upbringings…can stand together and be celebrated.”
Now entering the fashion-designing world, Aden has collaborated with modest clothing brand Modanisa to design her own turban and shawl collection. In an interview with Teen Vogue, Aden stated that her collection is for everyone, regardless of whether they wear the hijab or not.
Aden’s modelling contract includes her Hijab, as she has made it a non-negotiable part of her work.
Aden has spoken out about difficulties she faces in booking modeling jobs that are not accommodating to the fact that she wears the Hijab. She described positive experiences as with Maxmara, where looks were specifically designed for her considering her clothing choices. Aden reaffirms that she does not need to conform to society’s standards in order to be a successful model.