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Jessica Kahawaty Stars in Boss's Latest Campaign

Jessica Kahawaty, the Australian-Lebanese model, has revealed her latest collaboration with the renowned brand Boss. Through her Instagram platform, where she boasts a substantial following of 1.5 million, Kahawaty shared snapshots from the recent photoshoot. Accompanying these images was a caption that read: "Double B, Every Me. Because there’s more than one way to be a BOSS." Kahawaty looked stunning wearing a brown bomber jacket with a fresh white shirt, accentuated by a black bag featuring a bold gold buckle and chain, while her luscious hair cascaded down in loose waves. Another image depicted her wearing a black cap proudly showcasing the brand's logo at its center.

Boss has been consistent in featuring prominent figures in their campaigns, with previous collaborators including US star Demi Lovato, British model Jordan Dunn, Bollywood icon Sonam Kapoor, Colombian musician Maluma, South Korean actor Jeon Changha, and Canadian-Belgian racing driver Lance Stroll. Notably, Kahawaty has previously participated in a similar Boss campaign alongside other Arab personalities such as DJ Khaled, Gigi Hadid, Yusra Mardini, Karen Wazen, Anas Bukhash, and Zainab Al-Eqabi.

Expanding her repertoire, Kahawaty was also chosen by luxury fashion house CH Carolina Herrera for a campaign tailored specifically for Ramadan. This campaign highlights a thoughtfully curated selection of modest wear characterized by unique patterns and lively colors. Kahawaty flaunts various outfits, from a stunning red chiffon dress with a statement bow to a black dress adorned with a white collar and embellished with the CH logo on the chest. Adding a touch of refinement to the overall aesthetic was a beige clutch featuring the brand's initials. Additionally, the collection features vibrant jumpsuits and satin outfits, adding a colorful dimension to the selection.

Kahawaty's presence in these campaigns underscores her status as a prominent figure in the fashion industry, bridging cultural boundaries and representing diversity and sophistication in the global fashion landscape.

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