Manasseh Nyagah [Photo: Paul Ace]

If you know media personality Manasseh Nyagah, it is fair to describe him as a fashionable, distinguished gentleman. But hey, you don’t have to, believe me, you can see it for yourself. Playing with a range of styles, he understands versatile pieces of mod style heritage proving that fashion is all about self-expression. When need be, he will keep the thermostat down or up the ante. It really does depend on the occasion and the best part is, he is not afraid to ride the modernist era.

In two words describe your style….

My style is bold and elegant. It accommodates trends and stays decent for every occasion.

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What sets your style apart from the average guy?

My unpredictable nature really sets me apart. You never know what to expect.

Manasseh Nyagah [Photo: Paul Ace]

To stay fresh, it means constantly upgrading your wardrobe. How often do you shop?

I shop all the time. Impulse buying is a common thing with me and I’m always online window shopping. And yes, I do repeat outfits. Rarely the same combination, but I do.

How do you stay on top of your slay game?

For the red carpet, I do lots of research then I pair up colours, trends and designs that work for me. Mostly I custom make. For TV, I go with the flow really because it depends on how I feel and what show I am about to appear on.

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Stylists can be a lifesaver. In this case, a fashion saver. Are they worth it?

Yes! Stylists are worth the penny. They know where to shop for a variety of things, they bring your vision to life and they advise you on current trends.

Manasseh Nyagah [Photo: Paul Ace]

Who are some of the local stylists you have worked with?

I loved working with Winnie Odande and Uncommon Rebel. Both are very talented ladies.