Fashion / TV

Philosophy of style with Adwoa Aboah

“I’m just learning all the time. About myself, about what I need, and what I don’t need.”

Take a rare and exciting glimpse into the mind of model and activist Adwoa Aboah, with Farfetch’s newest platform, Farfetch Communities – a series of fashion stories and style edits that features some of the world’s most important names. Aboah joins this list of iconic contemporaries, including Chloë Sevigny, Riz Ahmed, Blondey McCoy and Moses Sumney, as they share their fashion inspirations and curate their own looks from the Farfetch wardrobe.

In this instalment, we see Aboah’s form move and morph in trippy ways on screen – all while decked out in her favourite pieces from Farfetch. Aboah speaks of her personal approach to fashion in an honest and contemplative way: “I would define my style as quite confused. And it changes with the wind, which is sometimes quite similar to my personality actually.“ Oozing confidence, Aboah is able to rock so many different looks, it has us wondering if there is anything she can’t pull off. Whether it be an elegant full length dress paired with a beanie, or the chic coupling of statement sunglasses and tailored shirts, there is a constant sense of clarity and poise in the way she holds herself. And of course it is no surprise Aboah can hold a gaze. Fashion’s wunderkind, she’s walked for Fendi, Miu Miu and Burberry to name a few, all the while taking the helm of digital mental health platform Gurls Talk.

Unapologetically herself, her authenticity shines through, always.