Providing the first Arab Muslim cover girl for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition of 2011 helped her to to start a debate on the issues around being a Muslim, and tolerating differences.
The bride kept her look natural with fresh makeup and styled her signature brow-skimming fringed hair with a part down the center.
This, in turn, may have led to its liberal attitudes; as she points out, it was the first country to embrace the Arab Spring.
Concerned about the lack of fashion choices in her native country, last year she launched her own line, By Kenz, with some designs inspired by Meen One, the Tunisian graffiti artist.
The couple shared the news via Instagram of photos from their nuptials taken by photographer Lisa Rappa photo featured above , using the hashtag nofussjustus.
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