Our Favourite African Male Celebrity Looks From Last Week

Every week, we take a look back at the past week to celebrate the best dressed African 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.

One of the most admirable things about African men and their relationship with fashion is how they pull off even the simplest of looks stylishly. As it is generally known, African men are improving greatly in style and can now be listed up there with other international style greats and they do it with a whole lot of charm. When they are not clad in native attires, they are usually all dressed up in different variations of suits, playful casual wears and edgy looks. We have to give it to them — their style game is full of swag.

Last week, our favourite African celebrities in the fashion and entertainment industries looked amazing in everything they wore. These men kept their style cool and sleek. From fully neutral toned outfits to prismatic looks, African men served all shades of effortless style last week and we could all definitely learn a thing or two from them.

Ghanaian actor, looked so clean and dapper in a floral blazer set which he wore over a black shirt and complemented with a pair black penny loafers. He then completed the ensemble with a black fedora. Talk about serving gentleman looks! Fashion designer looked so good in his purple Orange Culture co-ord set and white boots. We totally love the exaggerated sleeves of the top and the metallic cuffs in the pants. MTV Base SA VJ Tshego Koko gave us playful casual vibes in his frayed double denim ensemble.
African male celebrities were inspiring with their looks last week, and we have the pictures to prove it.

Check out our favourite African male celebrity looks from last week below…

Mike Edwards – Nigeria

Anatii – South Africa

Fireboy DML – Nigeria

Kidi – Ghana

Adebayo Oke-Lawal – Nigeria

Idris Sultan – Tanzania

Cassper Nyovest – South Africa

Timaya – Nigeria

Mawuli Gavor – Ghana

Osadolor Nate Asemota – Nigeria