International fashion model Seriya seems to be ready to leave her mark on the world. While the model has enjoyed a great deal of success, being featured in campaigns for Revlon, L'Oréal, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Dior, Chanel, Victoria's Secret, Estée Lauder, Nike, and Steve Madden, even appearing in Vogue. Despite this success, the model announced that 2016 would be her final year of modeling and that she would instead be branching out into other ventures.
With her eight year long career, the model has established herself as one of the most successful African American models of all time, even appearing in a Vogue Fashion Show during Milan Fashion Week, making her the sixth African American model to ever do so.
Her lip gloss line, which has been in development since 2014, is planned to be released this year. The model will also be emerging within the reality television circuit, as a judge and executive producer of the upcoming VH1 modeling competition Search For Beauty, which is planned for a 2016 premiere. The show is set to find aspiring models who display beauty traits that go against popular trends. She is also set to be joined by another Supermodel as a judge, along with an unrevealed fashion designer.
Seriya seems focused on taking the world by storm and leaving a larger scale impact, despite being one of the highest paid Supermodels in the world according to Forbes.