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Kenyan, Kibera based fashion designer David Ochieng better known as Looks Like Avido in the fashion and entertainment circles has been featured in the luxury fashion and lifestyle magazine Vogue Italia. The 24-year old Kibera’s fashion poster boy has also in the past showcased his work at the prestigious Berlin Fashion Week.

Avido works with African fabric to come up with creative, quality outfits with an African flair. He has dressed big names both locally and internationally like G-money, Cecile, Hon Kenneth Okoth, Tarrus Riley, Christopher Martin, TY Dolla Sign, Chronixx, Don Carlos, Kellisa, sparkie, Connie Nielson, Octopizzo, Big Ted, Naiboi, Everton Blender, WSTRN, Romain Virgo, Richie spice, Bank Slave, Talia Oyando, Nasty C and Vanessa Mdee. He has also partnered with German fashion designers who have helped put his brand out there.

The former BLAZE BYOB mentor aims to put Kibera on the global map in matters fashion. Avido has only been in the fashion industry for five years but has made massive strides one being an entry to the European market.

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