Vogue.com names Ghana’s Kofi Sriboe as the newest front row star to watch

Sexy Ghanaian-American actor, Kofi Sriboe of Queen Sugar fame is already winning 2019 with his style and sexiness and we are here for it.

Sriboe was attending fellow countryman and Off-White designer, Virgil Ablorh‘s Spring/Summer 2019 presentation for Louis Vuitton where he heads the menswear section. In an ode to the designer, Kofi picked his looks from Off-White collection “and his outfit indeed warranted the prime front-and-center seating.” the publication observed.

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It reported that “At the presentation, Siriboe wore a navy turtleneck and threw a denim Off-White safety vest overtop. With its oversize cargo pockets and neon yellow straps, the statement piece was risky and over-the-top but, given the setting, also perfectly on point. He added further cool factor with a pair of stitched, rolled-up jeans, adding two asymmetrical silver chains that were clipped to the belt buckles. (Is belt jewelry a coming trend?)”

24-year-old Kofi Sriboe is the second son of PR mogul, Koshie Mills and brother to Kwame Boateng and Kwesi Boakye who are both actors. He is also known for roles in Hollywood movies including Girls Trip, Whiplash, and Straight Outta Compton 

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