Born in 1995 in Conakry, Saran Bah is a young model and beauty queen from Guinea. She started modeling at the age of 19 and won the Miss Guinea title in 2019, which earned her the opportunity to represent her country at the 2021 Miss World pageant.
During the Miss World 2021 pageant in Puerto Rico, Saran Bah made it to the semifinals and was among the top 30 candidates selected for the final out of 100 participants. Though she was eventually eliminated during the Top Model challenge, she was praised for her elegance, charisma, and grace on stage, as well as her social commitment to girls’ education in Guinea.
Since winning the Miss Guinea title, Saran Bah has been actively involved in educational and charitable projects, particularly aimed at improving access to education for girls in Guinea. She is also recognized for her work as a model and ambassador for several prestigious brands, including African fashion designers such as Kente Gentlemen and Loza Maleombho, and as the face of the Black Opal beauty brand.
Saran Bah has become an icon for young people in Guinea, who see her as a model of success and commitment. She continues to inspire young girls worldwide and proves that beauty can be used for noble causes.