Hammasa is a digital content creator and spokesperson for some of the world’s leading fashion and beauty brands and an advocate for refugee women, working closely with The Roshan Foundation.
Hammasa moved to the UK with her family after the civil war broke out in her native country Afghanistan. She grew up between several countries, before settling in the UK. She started her modelling career at 14 and quickly became the first Ethnic/Muslim to be crowned Miss England at the age of 18. She went on to represent England in Miss World.
Her ground-breaking success, positive message and down to earth personality has managed to attract and inspire a rapidly growing audience. After her reign she attended The University of Creative Arts Surrey, where she graduated with BA Hons in Advertising and Brand Management. Hammasa continues to work as a successful model both in the UK and Internationally, with a career spanning over a decade. She has worked with a number of recognisable brands promoting fashion, beauty and lifestyle.
60% female audience
25% UK audience
51% 25-34 aged audience