It's All About The Swagger

The Worst Guys are talking about all things fashion, style and looking fresh. They're joined by Lee Sebolao, a fashion designer and freelance stylist who has worked for various production companies doing wardrobe, and recently styled artists such as Amanda Black, Emtee, Sjava and more. Tshego Sebolao, a freelance make-up artist and event planner also joins the show. She and her twin sister registered their events company Pop Sanity in 2010 and have been pushing ever since.
30 Nov 2016 English South Africa Comedy · Society & Culture

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