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Adut Akech looks breathtaking in a pink haute couture ensemble for the cover of Vogue Paris

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Blooming beautiful! Adut Akech looks breathtaking in a rose-inspired haute couture ensemble as she graces the cover of Vogue Paris

Adut Akech Bior’s modelling career is continuing to soar. 

This week, the Sudanese-Australian beauty proved why she was previously voted the ‘number one model in the world’  as she graced the cover of Vogue Paris.

The 19-year-old stunned as she posed in a pink haute couture ensemble for the prestigious fashion magazine’s April issue.

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Blooming beautiful! Model Adut Akech Bior looked breathtaking in this pink haute couture ensemble as she graced the cover of Vogue Paris' April issue

Blooming beautiful! Model Adut Akech Bior looked breathtaking in this pink haute couture ensemble as she graced the cover of Vogue Paris’ April issue

Emulating a rose, the model looked simply sensational while wrapped around in fuchsia silk for the shoot. 

Taking to Instagram, Adut gushed over being featured in Vogue for the second time in 2019.

‘With all the sad heartbreaking things that have been happening in the past week. I’m so thrilled to be waking up and starting off my week with exciting news,’ she wrote in the post’s caption.

‘I’m so thrilled and overjoyed to be sharing my first ever @vogueparis cover shot by the sweetest @inezandvinoodh for April 2019 issue!’

'I'm so thrilled to be waking up and starting off my week with exciting news': Taking to Instagram, Adut gushed over being featured in Vogue for the second time in 2019. Pictured November, 2018

‘I’m so thrilled to be waking up and starting off my week with exciting news’: Taking to Instagram, Adut gushed over being featured in Vogue for the second time in 2019. Pictured November, 2018

Adult gushed over how proud she was to be part of the Vogue shoot. 

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 ‘Words to express my gratitude and how thankful and humbled I am to you @emmanuellealt and your entire team at French Vogue for making this dream of mine come true,’ she continued.

‘I never saw this coming in a million years and it blows my mind sitting here and staring at this cover right now.’

Adut noted that it was another achievement to add to her already illustrious career. 

‘This is another huge accomplishment in my career that I am extremely proud of. From the bottom of my heart thank you so much to everyone who was involved and made this shoot possible on and off set,’ Adut penned.

‘I’m so happy that this is my second Vogue cover of 2019!’  

Adut, who fronted January’s Coach campaign, was born in a refugee camp in South Sudan and arrived in Adelaide when she was just seven-years-old.

'I'm so happy that this is my second Vogue cover of 2019!' she penned. Pictured on a catwalk in September 2018

‘I’m so happy that this is my second Vogue cover of 2019!’ she penned. Pictured on a catwalk in September 2018

In July 2018, Adut was chosen by creative director Karl Lagerfeld to be the first black Chanel bride in over a decade at Couture Week.

The last black Chanel bride was the British-Sudanese model Alex Wek in 2004.

Earlier this month, Adut paid an emotional tribute to late fashion designer Karl, who she was ‘hugging and kissing’ just three weeks before his death. 

‘I feel like I have lost a special part of me. I really did love the man,’ Adut told The Daily Telegraph at the time.



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