BRIANA KALANGO IS IN MODELLING FOR THE LONG HAUL
‘I have come a long way with this dream of mine; I have made inroads where critics and doubting Thomases said it was a dead end. I’m on my way to actualizing my goal of becoming one of the best models on this side of the divide’ – Briana Kalango
As of 10th June 2017, the day she released the latest set of pictures for her second Look-Book titled ‘Diary of a Super Model,’ it had been one whole year since she put the first one out. Within that window, she has grown and achieved quite a lot as a commercial (editorial and glamour) and Hip-hop model. Calculated and determined, Briana is one model that will pull down any obstacle in her way until she fulfills her desire of making it to the pages of the best mainstream magazines out there as one of the top models.
‘I have come a long way with this dream of mine; I have made inroads where critics and doubting Thomases said it was a dead end. I’m on my way to actualizing my goal of becoming one of the best models on this side of the divide. If I have to be patient, I will be, but there’s no plan of giving up’ – Briana Kalango.
‘The journey has not been an easy one though but no one ever said it was; all they advice is never give up. 2010 was the year modelling started for me. Becoming Miss Lotus 2010 was an honour. It opened roads. I attended a modelling academy for about a year, then to various runways, pageants, fashion schools and I started working with a couple of video directors. Juggling school with a modeling career was never easy considering the fact that the educational system in the country does not provide opportunities for extracurricular activities such as modelling. Nevertheless, my eyes are still on my major goal of making it big time in the modelling world. I am 5:7, brown eyes, brown hair, with statistics that read 32, 27, 38 and I am in the modelling industry for the long haul’ – she concluded.
– Sesan Adeniji