When you see some of your favorite celebrities slay like there is nothing left most times, this isn’t their doing. The gorgeousness and the slay come from some people behind the scene that put everything together so when your favorite celeb steps out, they steal the show has often as they can. Today, as our fashion personality of the week, we will be celebrating the talented fashion guru Swankyjerry;

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Jeremiah Ogbodo born on the 4th of July is better known as Swankyjerry is a Nigerian Celebrity Fashion Stylist known for his work with Tonto Dikeh, D’banj, Ice Prince, M.I, Tu Face, Juliet Ibrahim, Davido and a host of other high profile clients.

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Swankyjerry began his career as a celebrity fashion stylist with the launch of his fashion and lifestyle brand Swanky Signatures Styling in June 2012 and has since then, grown to become one of the most sought after stylists in the industry. Asides from styling clients for red carpet appearances and video shoots, coverage of his work has appeared in many magazines and online publications. He has also styled Darey for House of Maliq, D’Banj for a photoshoot, Praiz, Davido for music video All of You and a host of others.

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Within a space of two years, Swankyjerry’s impeccable sense of style and expertise as a stylist has earned him the respect of industry critics with nominations and an award to his name.

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In 2014, Swankyjerry won an award for Fashion Stylist of the year at The Lagos Fashion awards which held recently in Lagos, Nigeria. SwankyJerry also has a mini clothing line – customised for his clients only under the brand name Swanky Signatures. Looking through his clientèle list and his swanky touch of glamour and style on each of his clients, its no wonder he has become quite well-known in such a little time.

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