File photos from 2010 - 2011. Nana Afua Antwi winner of the 2010 women's Top Model of Colour (TMC) competition. London, United Kingdom.
On Saturday the 27th November Nana Afua Antwi and Jason Daniel Best took the Top Model of Colour (TMC) 2010 crowns at the Grand Finale event which was held at Porchester Hall in West London.
Ghanaian model, Nana Afua has within the space of one year gone from being a novice to being one of the most recognised model in the UK, having appeared in several magazines including 'New African Woman', 'Black Hair' magazine one of the leading black magazine. She has also taken in various fashion shows including the inaugural London Africa Fashion Week, Fashion Finest and Fashion For Africa fashion shows where she modeled as well as showcased her collection 'Adopted Culture'.
Top Model of Colour (TMC) is a modelling competition, which is now in its 6th year and is open to models from across the world, whom are of African, Caribbean, Hispanic, Oriental, African, Asian & Dual heritage ethnicity. Top Model of Colour competition is providing models with exposure to the modelling industry.
The competition was created by Sola Oyebade
Top Model of Colour is the only competition of its kind in the UK, Europe & Africa and it receives thousands of applications each year from hopefuls vying to be Top Model of Colour in their respective countries. The reach of Top Model of Colour is extremely diverse, not only nationally spread throughout the UK with both female and male contestants, but it is also taking place in a number of other countries across the world, including the Netherlands, Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Cameroon and the Gambia, with many more soon to join. Top Model of Colour runs every year and is opened to female and male models aged between 18 – 30 years of age and a minimum height of 5.1”.