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Ozwald Boateng

(1967-), Fashion designer

Sitter in 4 portraits
The Anglo-Ghanaian fashion designer specialises in bespoke tailoring for men. Boateng opened his first shop on Vigo Street off Savile Row in 1995 and won the Best Male Designer Award at the Trophées de la Mode in Paris in 1996. His trademark touches including vivid colours and tapered trousers have won him famous clients such as Robbie Williams, Jonathan Ross and Peter Mandelson as well as clothes design work for James Bond films.

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Ozwald Boateng, by Simon Frederick - NPG P2041

Ozwald Boateng

by Simon Frederick
archival inkjet print, 2016
NPG P2041

Ozwald Boateng, by Jillian Edelstein - NPG x87784

Ozwald Boateng

by Jillian Edelstein
bromide fibre print, 1997
NPG x87784

Ozwald Boateng, by Donald MacLellan - NPG x88753

Ozwald Boateng

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 20 August 1997
NPG x88753

Ozwald Boateng, by Sal Idriss - NPG x125667

Ozwald Boateng

by Sal Idriss
C-type colour print, 2002
NPG x125667



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