Some Lesser Known Facts About Mobolaji Dawodu
- Does Mobolaji Dawodu smoke?: Not Known
- Does Mobolaji Dawodu drink alcohol?: Not Known
- Dawodu now works for the prestigious fashion magazine GQ now; he left Fader, after working there for 11 years.
- He has traveled around the world, to about 50-60 countries along with just one photographer and a bunch of clothes that they would try on all sorts of people.
- His job to him does not feel like a job at all. He said he worked at Fader because he was free for 11 years and still feels the same.
- Dawodu is barely seen without his unique style of hats. He doesn’t even go to the shop around the corner without wearing one out of his wide variety of hats.
- He is a fashion editor and he himself does not shop! He gets his clothes stitched mostly. Whenever he goes on travelling to Africa and Asia, he gets his clothes tailored.
- He loves turtlenecks and considers himself the “the turtleneck God”. “I only wear turtlenecks in the winter—you’ll see,” he said.
- Mobolaji is not only good with his sense of fashion, but also has a great eye for natural frames.
- “Mobolaji Dawodu is truly a wizard when it comes to advanced personal style with a global sensibility,” said Will Welch, the Editor-in-Chief of GQ.
- He has also designed clothes for the movies Mother of George, Restless City, Queen of Katwe and Beat Up Little Seaugull.
- Dawoda has also worked with recording artists Kelis, Solange and The Black Eyed Peas.
- He has been the consultant of Apple, Nike, Sony, Converse, Dr. Marten and KENZO.
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