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Style Tips From Michael B. Jordan’s Stylist

Michael B. Jordan at the 2017 San Diego Comic Con International (photo: Wikimedia Commons/Gage Skidmore)

GQ Magazine has an enlightening interview with Michael B. Jordan’s stylist, Bronxite Ade Samuel who talks about dressing the Black Panther and Creed II movie star and also dishes some tips for men’s clothing.

Samuel was raised in the Bronx by Nigerian immigrants and helped set up Jordan’s wardrobe for the Creed II press tour and according to GQ, she has also worked with singers Jhené Aiko and Kelly Rowland.

Samuel recommends fashion that emphasizes muscles and is not too baggy.

Read the full December 4, 2018 report by Nikolina Skoric in GQ MAGAZINE…

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