When it comes to fashion, Kuami Eugene has been one of the celebrated musicians who has come under intense criticism with his choice and style of dressing but TrendyRail believes otherwise.


Ghanaian born Nana Odum, popularly known as TrendyRail based in the UK, who has a midas touch in creating a visual style and appearance for some African and international musicians including Kuami Eugene has said that fashion has no basic rules and when it comes to fashion, Ghanaians only think structure.




Responding to whether she sometimes get worried when people complained about how Kuami Eugene dresses on Joy Prime with Kleff Maxwell Justice (KMJ) on Showbiz Now on Tuesday, January 29, 2019, and monitored by, she said,


“I don’t! I just feel like Ghanaians don’t get it. I feel like everyone has an individual way of dressing. Some may like them sporty. Some may be more versatile. I see him (Kuami Eugene) as he is very bohemian. He likes to experiment, and Ghanaians don’t get that”

“They should allow him (Kuami Eugene) to be free to do what he wants. Because when he is allowed to do what he wants, he sparks up. But Ghanaians don’t get that personality. I actually don’t have a problem with the way he dresses. I feel like he is very bohemian and with the bohemians, they touch a bit on everything,” she added




TrendyRail who got her major breakthrough when he had a call from a director she once worked with to style Sarkodie further added that Ghanaians like structure when it comes to fashion.


“Ghanaians need to learn that fashion is not basic, there isn’t a rule for fashion. There’s no such thing as, because I would wear something, it doesn’t mean that, it doesn’t look good on you. Do you get it? Ghanaians just need to learn to be open-minded when it comes to fashion because I could wear a dress and trainers, the fact that it looks good on me, it doesn’t mean I’m not supposed to wear it. There’s no rule. If I make it look good, why not, she stated


The stylist, Trendyrail has over the years also worked with Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Wande Coal, Koredo Bello, Kidi and MzVee


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