The match took place at Madison Square Garden in New York, where the boxer is Ramla Ali Completely expelling the discount Dior Painted by Maria Grazia Chiuri Personally. Green Dior Vibe-branded satin shorts and a bathrobe with the name: Ramla.
Ramla Ali, the boxing champion (who was overweight) that Meghan Markle loves
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Because the first Somali professional boxer is not only a Black Lives Matter campaigner and activist, but also the new inspirer of the French house: it is no surprise that the feminist slogans (remember the shirt “Should we all be feminists?”) designed a woman practicing a sport traditionally considered masculine to inspire her latest collection. In particular, Spring/Summer 2022, a riot of colorful loop shorts, in fact.
Thanks for Instagram
“Everything from my socks to my bathrobe is signed by the legend Mariagrazia Chiuri – Ramla writes on Instagram – Christian Dior couture like you’ve never seen it before.” Indeed, we had never seen such a glamorous ring before, complete with a belt emblazoned with the Dior logo and a black leopard: things light-years away from the image of boxers, all the sweat and mouthguards we used to imagine. It’s not for nothing that after the match Ramla Ali flew to London for the British Fashion Awards to show us from the ring to the red carpet in an instant. Of course, always in Dior.
Ramla Ali, From Somalia to Fogg
Ramla Ali, the daughter of an imam and a saleswoman, left Mogadishu with her family to take shelter in the UK after her brother died of a grenade. She ended up boxing in the gym as a teenager, when her classmates mocked her about her slightly overweight body. It comes from a culture where women don’t enter the ring and wear the hijab. But she was good: so good that she became the first Somali professional boxer and went to the Olympics last summer. But she’s also pretty from the reporting on Vogue: The boxer and model, who has been chosen by Meghan Markle for 15 women, globally, best represent change.
“Introvert. Avid gamer. Wannabe beer advocate. Subtly charming zombie junkie. Social media trailblazer. Web scholar.”