Adonis Bosso fashion model
July 10, 1990
6 ft 2 in | 188 cm
37 in | 94 cm
38 in | 96 cm
28 in | 71 cm
12 US | 45 EU
Adonis Bosso was born in Ivory Coast, West Africa, on July 10, 1990, is a Canadian hot male model. Bosso moved with his family to Canada when he was three years old. He was discovered at age of 15 by model scout and began modeling in Canada when he was 17 years old. Long time highly ranked on models.com list of the Top 50 male models. Currently resides in New York.
Appeared in fashion magazines Harper's Bazaar U.S., Hachi Magazine, Open Lab Cover, L'Officiel Hommes Germany, Out Magazine, V Man online, Men's Health Spain, GQ Brasil, Carbon Copy, GQ Spain, Dansk.
Appeared in advertising campaigns for Theory, Tom Ford, Todd Snyder, Ports 1961, Dolce & Gabbana, John Elliott + Co, Kenneth Cole, H&M.
Walked runway for Todd Snyder, Nautica, Robert Geller, Ports 1961, DKNY, Belstaff, Banana Republic, Perry Ellis, Public School, Sibling, Yeezy, Pyer Moss, Diesel Black Gold, Alexandre Plokhov, Tommy Hilfiger, Corneliani, Acne Studios, Richard Chai, General Idea, Michael Bastian, Porsche Design, Vivienne Westwood, Ermenegildo Zegna, Loden Dager, Siki Im.
Represented by agencies New York DNA Models, Milan I LOVE Models Management, London d1 Model Management, Toronto Spot 6 Management.
I was dating a girl who was a model and one time I went to her agency to drop off her book, and they signed me on the spot.
I try to make my mom proud when I walk out of the house.
The social media era has helped me become who I am. I started to realize the power of being visible online.
The best messages I get on social media are the ones where people thank me for just representing them.
Very often fashion is just redoing something that has already been done, so you’re always going to find something from the past that you can connect with. I look at movies of the 1960s and all the black men looked so sharp.
I was lucky enough to work with some great photographers who really helped me out because I didn’t know a lot when I started.
We’re all individuals and have our own realities, and I do the best with what I have—my education, my background, and what my mom taught me. All of that is what brought me here and made me who I am.