Black Sherif takes part at Paris Fashion Week 

Gati Jesse

Gati Jesse

Published on February 29, 2024

Black Sherif has once again proven his versatility, making waves on the runway at the 2024 Paris Fashion Week. This time, he graced the catwalk for Off-White, the iconic clothing brand founded by the late visionary designer Virgil Abloh in 2012.

On Thursday, February 29, Off-White unveiled its much-anticipated 2024 fall/winter ready-to-wear collection, sending shockwaves through the fashion world. Black Sherif, at just 21, confidently showcased his modeling prowess, capturing the essence of the cutting-edge designs curated by Image and Art Director Ibrahim Kamara.

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But the spotlight wasn’t solely on Black Sherif, as Prince Brefo, a prominent figure from the Ghanaian fashion collective Free The Youth, also left his mark on the Parisian runway. Together, they brought a touch of West African flair to the global fashion stage.

This marks Black Sherif’s second foray into the world of fashion within a month. Earlier in February, he strutted his stuff for Labrum London at the 2024 London Fashion Week. The British African heritage brand, known for its commitment to telling the untold stories of West Africa, aims to bridge the gap between Western and West African cultures through its designs.

As Black Sherif seamlessly transitions between the realms of music and fashion, his journey becomes a captivating narrative of cultural exchange and artistic exploration.

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