- Fashionista, Richard Brown a.k.a. Osebo, has opened up about his fashion style
- In a new video, Osebo listed the number of clothes and other fashion accessories he owns
- According to him, he owns 350 shoes, 60 pairs of jeans, and 39 suits, among other items
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Ghanaian fashionista and businessman, Richard Brown, simply known as Osebo or the Zara man, has come to be known for his high sense of fashion.
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Not a week passes without Osebo, who is the father of Nana Aba Anamoah's only son, Paa Kow, appearing in the news over an outfit he has worn.
In a new video, Osebo, the owner of the 24/7 (Zara) Butik, has opened up on his fashion and style revealing the clothes and fashion items he has.
According to Osebo, he owns about 60 pairs of jeans, 40 blazers, and 39 full suits, among other clothes.
Osebo also indicated that he had an uncountable number of shoes. When pushed to put a number to it, he said there were about 350 pairs of shoes and 15 pairs of slippers.
On other fashion items, Osebo disclosed that he currently had about 43 watches and 26 spectacles.
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Osebo disclosed this while being interviewed on the latest episode of Deloris Frimpong Manso's The Delay Show, which will be aired on 28 June.
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The latest video of Osebo comes after he recently caused a stir on social media with new photos.
In the photos, Osebo the Zara Man, could be seen wearing a very long skirt which is akin to that of a women's fashion piece.
Tucked into the long brown skirt was a black club t-shirt. He completed his look with long boots.
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