Osebor gets featured in a BBC documentary with his ‘exceptional’ fashion style
Popular Ghanaian fashionista, Osebor aka Don Papa Richie the Zara man has got featured on the BBC with his exceptional and somewhat odd fashion style.
The British Broadcasting Corporation had made a documentary on his style of dressing and featured it on the Pidgin Channel of the media conglomerate.
The documentary came with an interview where he explained why he decides to go for a ‘skirt-like’ apparel to augment his fashion appearance and how it has become a fashion norm in Ghana and on social media.
According to the man who is originally called Ricard Brown, fashion is madness and he has not forced it on anyway to dress the way he does.
However, he has decided to set a new pace in the fashion world thus it demands courage and strong-will for him to go in for skirts that many describe as unacceptable because it is a fashion style reserved for a particular gender.
Osebor was very much excited about the feature and said the ‘skirt’ fashion is a huge business venture for him and “When God says yes, who are you to say no. Your time will come soon. Don’t stop praying, is just a matter of time. Just be focused on your dreams”.
Osebor owns a big fashion shop at North Kaneshie, a suburb of Accra and is the father of broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah’s child.