Entrepreneur Carol Pulei understands every assignment when it comes to fashion design. Boasting years of experience in the fashion industry, she is not your ordinary stylist.
Indeed, her work epitomises style and class. Among her clients are President William Ruto, retired President Uhuru Kenyatta and most recently, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.
In the political world, fashion is a key ingredient to success.
While Ruto has a good taste when it comes to fashion, his deputy can wear anything as long he is not in his birthday suit, though lately he is slowly, but surely learning the game.
During the recent election campaigns, Gachagua’s wardrobe was a easy target for trolling. Critics even branded his fashion “unpresidential”.
Pulei, the chief fashion stylist at Naneuleshan Apparel, has designed dozens of suits you see President Ruto rocking at many functions.
“Congratulations team and thank you for trusting Naneuleshan to be your official wardrobe designer. We appreciate,” Pulei posted on her social networks after Ruto won the presidency in August.
Her fashion house is now working on Gachagua’s Wardrobe. The Deputy President weeks ago admitted that his dressing is not good, but now he is ready for a radically-tranformed look.
Already, Kenyans are noticing a remarkable difference. The second in command has on several occasions dressed to impress since his election and Pulei is credited for his shift.
Other high-profile Kenyans who trust Naneuleshan for their looks include Interior and National Coordination Cabinet Secretary nominee Kithure Kindiki, Nyali MP Mohamed Ali alias Jicho Pevu and events management guru Chris Kirwa.
The fashion house says it prides itself in giving every man a stylish and comfortable look.