A fashion stylist plays a key role in showbiz industry, branding, rebranding wise and other exclusive work duties. And that’s where KULAPERRY sets in. And here in Ghana, so far by records, if not the best, he is among the best stylists with an eagle eye for fashion. He is popularly known in showbiz circles as Kulaperry, but born Prince Boamah Kuleape, CEO of Kulaperryoutlook.
Kulaperry is often part of a larger creative team assembled by the client, collaborating with he himself as a fashion stylist, photographer/director, hair stylist and makeup artist when necessary to put together a particular look or theme for the specific project.
In his line of profession, his work has been proved beyond every doubt he’s the crème de la crème when fashion is involved. His level professionalism has created a staggering niche for him to work with most of the most well established or top notch artists and video directors like Patoranking, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Nana Asihene, Ebenezer Xbills, just to mention a few.
Mostly fashion stylists generally borrow and return clothing and accessories from fashion boutiques, unlike Kulaperry, if not all, 95% of the garments and accessories can be found or acquired in his outlook, thus KULAPERRYOUTLOOK (boutique), it has been running for the past 5 years and still running.
Before we drop our pen, let us tell you briefly about his, ‘FEARNOMAN CLOTHING BRAND:
The “Fear No Man” Line is one of the composites of Kulaperry Clothing. Kulaperry Clothing is however comprised of three lines, which are; “Fear No Man,” “Royalty” and “Loyalty”. Since it was released, news of the clothing line has gone viral as many wonder about it.
The “Fear No Man” clothing line Logo portrays a white symbolism with a red strip across the eyes of the face. There is definitely some level of mystery to this very interesting logo design. The young entrepreneur explained that, the “Fear No Man” logo represents the African heritage. The color white was incorporated into the logo as it stands for purity.
While, the color black embodies the brand identity. The entirety of the logo seeks to highlight the practice of seeing and speaking no evil. The red color for the strip represents the hustle, toil and struggle of Africans endured in achieving their dreams. In deeper context, the position of the red strip across the white face depicts the act of meditation and prayer when one has to actually close their eyes and focus on God. The entirety of the logo seeks to highlight on the practice of seeing and speaking no evil.
“Fear No Man” is a line that stands as a symbol for people who fear nobody except God.