HIS STYLE: Oversized clothes are not fashionable, says Nizeyimana

Phil Peter Nizeyimana is a presenter at Isango Star and hosts the Sunday Nite and Isango Na Musika shows. The Health Sciences graduate is a fan of beach volleyball, swimming and DJ spinning. The radio host shared with Society Magazine’s Stephen Kalimba some of his fashion preferences.

Phil Peter Nizeyimana is a presenter at Isango Star and hosts the Sunday Nite and Isango Na Musika shows. The Health Sciences graduate is a fan of beach volleyball, swimming and DJ spinning. The radio host shared with Society Magazine’s Stephen Kalimba some of his fashion preferences.

How do you describe your style?

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Phil Peter Nizeyimana

I like fitting outfits. For the first three days of the week, I always dress formally but on Thursday and Friday, I go back to my fitting shirts, casual trousers and moccasins. I have to look the part, depending on where I am but once I’m off duty that is it. I wear what I want. I once appeared on a news website for wearing a vest at night but I wasn’t working so it was okay.

Do you have a designer?

I have a guy called Boston at Bigshow boutique. When I have an event, he is the person I contact. He also dresses the Super Level crew.

What’s your fashion weakness?

Whenever I decide on what to wear and I don’t find it, nothing else will do, so I just grab anything.

What are your kind of accessories?

I like watches.When I leave home without a watch I feel like something’s not right. I like neck chains too, especially silver ones.

Favourite clothing items?

I like vests or waist coats and moccasins.

What would you advise people not to wear?

I don’t understand people who wear oversized bitenge (clothes made from African fabric). It is strange as it looks like the outfit is the one wearing the person.

Any fashion advice?

I advise people to wear clothes that fit them well. It’s also okay to work out a bit to enhance your look. When you look good, you will be comfortable.

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