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  • MISKI MUSE

    A Somali American model and creative based between NY and LA. Born in Nairobi, Kenya and grew up in Maine. Miski has a deep love for fashion and film since she was young. Growing up and being Black and visibly Muslim made her drawn to modest fashion at a young age. She grew up reading fashion magazines in hopes of seeing someone who looked like her and spent time collaging every Black model she has in those pages. Her social media focuses on creating space and visibility for Black Muslim women. Miski has been featured for her work in Vogue, Teen Vogue, Refinery29, and named by Vogue as one to watch. She recently did a Short Film with BlackTag highlighting the history of Black influence in American pop culture. She has used her platform to remind the world that women who look like her exist and will continue to use her platform to amplify those voices. She is a lover of film, specifically African cinema. As an artist, she wants to see more representation in storytelling and media. Miski is excited and hopeful about the future of fashion with the inclusion of hijab models in the past couple years. She wants to see more women who look like her take up the space. She is not afraid to take up space. 


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  • MISKI MUSE

    A Somali American model and creative based between NY and LA. Born in Nairobi, Kenya and grew up in Maine. Miski has a deep love for fashion and film since she was young. Growing up and being Black and visibly Muslim made her drawn to modest fashion at a young age. She grew up reading fashion magazines in hopes of seeing someone who looked like her and spent time collaging every Black model she has in those pages. Her social media focuses on creating space and visibility for Black Muslim women. Miski has been featured for her work in Vogue, Teen Vogue, Refinery29, and named by Vogue as one to watch. She recently did a Short Film with BlackTag highlighting the history of Black influence in American pop culture. She has used her platform to remind the world that women who look like her exist and will continue to use her platform to amplify those voices. She is a lover of film, specifically African cinema. As an artist, she wants to see more representation in storytelling and media. Miski is excited and hopeful about the future of fashion with the inclusion of hijab models in the past couple years. She wants to see more women who look like her take up the space. She is not afraid to take up space. 


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