Suula Smith – “I am beautiful, I am black, I am African”
Hailing from Lusaka, Zambia, Suula Smith is a charming muse whose style is set to be a sterling example of true African beauty. She was born on June 6, 1999, in Kasama and raised on the Copperbelt. She is the only child in her family.
From the lightest to the darkest skin tone, Suula is an exquisite beauty in every shade. She has that special something that just can’t be ignored. Her passion for fashion led her to join the fashion industry trotted out to serve it with her notable poise.
Suula began modeling in 2019, and since then she’s had an extensive experience in modeling career. And being the Brand Ambassador for the first ever Kitwe Fashion Week has been such an amazing feeling for her.
Her makeup only enhances her natural beauty, and she doesn’t cover it up. She respects her complexion! And by rendering her enlightened poise, she can draw people out, bring focus and harness energy to their pursuits.
Graceful and elegant bearing in Suula triggers the excitement for the morning beauty which is seasoned with her twinkling eyes. The model has always loved fashion, and she brings her own sense of style to produce a mark in it. She is determined, focused, courageous and fearless.
“Being the brand ambassador for the first ever Kitwe fashion week has been such an amazing feeling and experience,” noted Suula Smith.
Flaunting the expression and mood of the beauty through her poise is key to her personal success in this effort. She takes pleasure in traveling, socializing and reading while keeping “God” as her substantial clout.
Aside from modeling, Suula specializes in Guidance counseling, English and Civic education. She lines herself up to do extra well in both her modeling career and her teaching career.
Over and above that, she’s also an actress and a makeup artist. She renders her work with soaring goals of florescencing into one of the most successful fashion icons of the country. She’s ready for photo shoots in Zambia but also ready to travel to other destinations in Africa.