- Ghanaian fashion icon Richard Brown, popularly known as Osebo the Zaraman, has shared a throwback picture from the 90s
- In his usual fashion, Osebo has stamped his authority in style with a single photo
- The photo showed the celebrity stylist in Italian designer wear from 1990
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Ghanaian celebrity stylist Osebo the Zaraman shared an adorable throwback photo of himself wearing designer jeans made by Roberto Cavalli in the 1990s.
Roberto Cavalli is an Italian luxury fashion company with its hometown in Osmannoro, Florence. Its founder, designer Roberto Cavalli, started his fashion brand in the 1970s.
Roberto Cavalli has dressed A-list celebrities like Zendaya, Lady Gaga, Priyanka Chopra, Ciara, Beyoncé and Bella Hadid.
In the photo, Osebo paired the designer jeans with a red long-sleeved shirt. The jeans spotted the famous coral design synonymous with the brand's style.
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He captioned the photo:
"Throwback, my first time wearing Roberto Cavalli jeans was in 1999 when Don P was then a boy. Respect the old Gee."
Osebo the Zaraman is known for his taste in fine and expensive things. Known for his disruptive fashion choices, Osebo who now owns one of Ghana's leading clothing stores, 24/7 Boutique, has always made waves on social media.
In a very short competition with Ajagurajah, Osebo floored the spiritual leader effortlessly without much of a challenge.
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Much respect to you always. May God continue to bless you.
De brand no be today oooo.
Since the 80s
Osebo says Ghanaians have lost their identity because of other foreign religions
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported Osebo's views on his belief that religion had affected Ghanaian culture in this modern-day.
According to the celebrity stylist, Ghanaians have lost their identity since they took up foreign religions.
Osebo said the African identity is under siege after the masses allowed other religions to eat into their minds.
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