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#FridayFashionInspo: We can’t get enough of Serah Teshna’s sassy glam

Trendsetters - By Eve writer

Our Friday Fashion Inspo this week is the multi-talented media personality Serah Ndanu Teshna.

A celebrated actress, Serah has had several leading roles in both film and TV. She has been in the entertainment industry basically all her life, born to a drama teacher, she started her acting at the tender age of six.

Other than acting and hosting TV shows, Serah has also done a couple commercials including the Face of Samsung East Africa and she is also a director of the Miss Intercontinental Kenya beauty pageant.

Having left TV sometime in late 2018, she has embarked on building her career in the film industry where she is executive producing her shows while also taking leading acting roles in a number of films.

Only in her early 30s, Serah’s sassiness and glam knows no bounds. We take a look at her trendsetting fashion sense:

(All photos: Instagram/@serahteshna)

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