I love my men in suits..not those shiny ones that are sewn somewhere in
an underground basement at Kariobangi market(Shout out to my boy Jon
who will kill me for dissing Kariobangi..lol.)
Or those really light
ones that look like they were sewn from some over washed(or overly bleached',
I suspect this more) fabric that used to be a table mat somewhere!
No, not those..Im talking about a suit tailored to the wearers body;
one that fits properly in the shoulders when worn, One with shortened
sleeves which end at the hinge of the wrist so a silver shirt cuff
One with pants that don't have too much "break."(baggy)
Im beginning to sound like a salesperson..hehe.
Basically, the kind of suit that contours to its wearers torso.
A good suit speaks volumes about character and organization.
The apparent volume is resounded especially when the wearer ACTUALLY
bears the above forementioned traits.
Peter Kenneth is one such owner of a good suit.
A good suit is like second nature to him and my oh my what volumes his
suits speaks! The best thing about what his suits say about him is
that he actually bears those traits.
Organization..this man is as good a manager as Horace was a
poet if his management of the Gatanga CDF
is anything to go by.
..and have you read his manifesto? Impressive in every sentence,
concise and to the point.
I spent some time scouring the net and engaging in a little
'called-for' grapevine to see if I could dig any dirt on him but lo
and behold, that is time I may never recover!
I love to recycle but for me it only goes as far as plastics are concerned, not leaders!;
He is not a saint, no one is, but his character and leadership is an
experience id love to savour.
That is why Peter Kenneth is 'MY MAN' for the year 2013..and beyond:)
ps..find his website(+do register for his sms service) here
Here are some of my fave PK looks;)
|Alas!! the man can dance..or atleast he tries;)|
|This is my ALL time fave:) Photogenic, right?|
|..here in a "Maasai" shirt!||Il add more looks to this category as I find em!!||NB:Photos courtesy of google. |