Nicole Bryant is not just your average model. She is fiercely talented and has a show stealing sense of style. She is of British-Kenyan descent. Her gorgeousness, simplicity and elegance has allowed her to work with top Kenyan brands, for instance, Mpasho News/TV (Unplugged Web Show), Kung’ara Kenya, Coca Cola, Insignia Productions (movie), Darling Hair as well as Sasha’s Collection.
She has also worked with some of the most recognized photographers in the country, including Tatiana Karanja (who works with famed fashion blogger This Is Ess), Buo Art, Heenie Photography and others. Despite the challenges she has faced, she is still grinding hard and making moves.
“The modeling industry in Kenya is growing rapidly but they are still paying models poorly,” she cites that as her biggest stumbling block.
Well, with the far she has come, you might just see her on the cover of Vanity Fair in the future. She hopes the few brands that pay well will set a benchmark and be an inspiration to others to follow suit.
Nicole is a Peace and Conflict Transformation student who has her eyes on the best in life. She comes across as intelligent and sociable. 2016 will be her biggest year, as she eyes on getting gigs on TV and more commercials. Be sure to follow her on Instagram to keep up with what she’ll be sharing with her fans this year!
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Interview conducted by @harunmomanyi. Harun is an accredited lifestyle and entertainment journalist, known for working with the likes of Yemi Alade, Vanessa Mdee, Sauti Sol, Eddy Kenzo, K.O and other big celebrities. You can check out more of his work at www.momanyiharun.com.