Angolan model Blésnya Minher is the cover girl for Vogue Brasil‘s latest issue. Lensed by Zee Nunes, the top model wears a bright and colourful Dolce & Gabbana dress paired with Talento earrings.
It has been a busy year for Blésnya, from New York to Milan and Paris walking for different top fashion houses. She was recently in Salvador to be the protagonist of a visual narrative inspired by the work of Jorge Amado.
The July issue explores Portuguese which is the language of 260 million people in the world, the official language of nine countries (Brazil, Portugal, Cape Verde, Guinea- Bissau, Sao Tome and Principe, Equatorial Guinea, Angola, Mozambique and East Timor) and is currently the most talked about in the Southern Hemisphere.
Inside, more features centre around the celebrating the language from young writers such as Geovani Martins, the resident of Morro do Vidigal in Rio, which is the new literary sensation of the country a chat with the photographer Zee Nunes, who was born in Mozambique and moved to Brazil at age 16.
For the second cover photo, Blésnya wears Martha Medeiros collar and earrings fromTalent.
See the full feature on www.vogue.com