Every week, we take a look back at the past week to celebrate the best dressed male celebrities and influencers in an effort to help inspire your next outfit. Because whether you’re a style connoisseur or simply enjoy poring over some well-dressed, cosily clad dudes, we all appreciate a well-dressed man.
Like a market place where money translates to commodities, fashion translates to interpreting ones thoughts and inspiration cohesively to yield a physical result. This is something male celebrities across the African fashion and entertainment industries have put in mind and have let guide them in order to look fashionably pleasant daily while inspiring millions of fans.
Maintaining a steady fashionable lifestyle takes a lot of sacrifices and adaptations – the men on this list have gotten accustomed to these. Last week, we saw an array of African male celebrities deliver looks that simply amplified fashion and let us know what to expect from menswear come 2020.
Tanzanian singer, Diamond Platinumz looked very edgy in a layered denim and sweater combo and his prismatic Louis Vuitton duffle bag definitely grabbed our attention. Papa Oyeyemi, founder of Nigerian fashion brand Maxivive looked ravishing in a snake skin coordinating set. The outfit, which is lined with leopard print proves that the animal print trend will be coming back in double dose, mix print style in 2020.
South African photographer and creative director, Trevor Stuurman stunned in an off-white cowboy-inspired denim combo as he supported the Mont Blanc x RED End AIDS campaign. His accessorizing game stays unparalleled. 2018 BBNaija housemate Tobi Bakre who has been on vacation for a while definitely did not leave his good style back in Nigeria. He stayed busy serving up looks every day of his trip. Wearing a bright pink t-shirt which showed off his perfectly toned body and a pair of black cargo pants, he looked effortlessly pleasing to the eyes.
Check out more of the best dressed African male celebrities and influencers from last week…
Diamond Platnumz – Tanzania
Papa Oyeyemi – Nigeria
Trevor Stuurman – South Africa
Mohcine Aoki – Morocco
Tobi Bakre -Nigeria
Idris Sultan – Tanzania
Cassper Nyovest – South Africa
Akin Faminu – Nigeria
Juma Jux – Tanzania
Victor Adere – Nigeria
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