Fatima Said is a Somali-Ethiopian fashion model who placed third on Cycle 10 America's Next Top Model. After her stint on ANTM, Said was quickly snapped up by New York Models, the agency that currently represents Niki Taylor. Recently, Fatima walked in the spring 2012 runway shows for Dries Van Noten and Hermès. The model also appears in the 2012 print campaign for Hervé Léger. In addition to her runway work, Fatima has appeared in numerous print magazines, including Essence Magazine...Read Full Story
While out and about this weekend my family and I hit the malls and the shopping centers in search for bargains to wear for the upcoming warmer weather. While at the check out counter at Marshall's my daughter told me to look up at the huge poster of Fatima Siad staring down at us. Yes, it was Fatima in an ad campaign for Marshall's and my cashier even knew who she was.
Last year it was Atong Arjok who was featured in their Spring and Summer campaign now this year it's Fatima along with three...Read Full Story
My daughters like to hide their magazines from me before I read them and I do the same thing to them when it comes to my favorite magazines. I tossed the Cosmopolitan aside because I know longer read it since every article is rehashed from earlier editions. I found the July issue of Marie Claire and flipped through it and was happy to see Fatima Siad in a six-page fashion editorial and she looks fantastic. Ever since I saw Fatima on ATM I started calling her "Baby Iman" because she resembles...Read Full Story
Fatima Siad and Anastasija Kondratjeva are feautred in “The bold and the beautiful” for Elle US October 2012. Photographed by David Slijper, styling by Sarah Schussheim and make up by Gucci Westman.
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Fatima Siad is a Somali-Ethiopian fashion model. She was born in Mogadishu, Somalia in 1986. When she was seven years old, she underwent female genital mutilation, which she discussed during her appearance on America's Next Top Model several years later.