Elsa Majimbo has never been shy about her talent, and she let it know in the March issue of Harper’s Baazar, Vietnam.
“I feel like it’s about time. Ive always known I was fabulous,” she asserted in her interview with the prestigious magazine.
Sharing the milestone, Majimbo wrote;
“So honored and graced to have done my first Harpers Baazar cover.
Beutiful, magnificent and gracious.”
She added; “There is no “I” in team, but there is an “I” in icon. So excited to share my first Harper’s Bazaar cover-story for @bazaarvietnam.”
Elsa Majimbo who is fast becoming a notable name in high fashion shared several photos from her shoot, dressed in high-end pieces by Balenciaga, Ferruva, Sara Wong, and Jimmy Choo.
Elsa Majimbo Discusses Colorism And Rasism On Harper’s Baazar
The star relives her journey in the issue.
She discussed creating content during the Covid Pandemic, international collaborations, and using her platform to raise awareness on colorism, racism, and cyberbullying, among other topics.
“It is extremely important for me to use my platform to talk about colorism, racism, cyberbullying, and more.”
She added, “These are all things that I grew up going through and still go through to this day,”
She was keen to emphasize the importance of motivating her fellow dark-skinned women during the interview.
Majimbo noted her fans can expect “bigger and better things” this year.