Kofi Siribroe brought his A-fashion game to Paris for Fashion week

Everybody’s boyfriend and Queen Sugar actor, Kofi Siribroe is in Paris attending the Spring/Summer 2019 shows as a special guest.

The Ghanaian actor whose profile in Hollywood keeps getting rising by the day is also one of the most stylish men we’ve come across.

From dapper suits to trendy and dope streetwear aesthetics, he is really the whole package. It is no wonder that Vogue Magazine called him “the newest fashion front row star to watch” hen he was spotted with ex Duckie Thot during the Fall/Winter season in Paris.

For instance after the Y/Project show he was photographed wearing a Y/Project black tees and jogger layered with a plaid coat to keep himself warm.

The hunky American-Ghanaian actor couldn’t have done all this by himself as he got help from his stylist, Samuel Ade who has styled several Hollywood names.

The ‘Girls Trip” star has also shared other equally dope photos of himself captured during the show s and we are feeling it.

“blues my favorite colour but here’s a picture of me wearing red just in case you’re colorblind‼️”

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Photo credit: @capbylv

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