It would seem Kenyan celebrities are beginning to take a cue from their western counterparts. In America and indeed Europe, when celebrities ascend to the pinnacle of their fame, often partner either with sneaker producers to make their own line or perfume makers to create a signature scent or even just launch their own line of fashion wear.

Celebrities like Kylie Jenner, Beckham, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross ad infinitum have either partnered with or set up their own fashion brands and clothing lines. Locally, why don't we take a quick look at celebrities who are on the same tip:

Victoria Kimani

She launched a clothing line though it largely locally passed unnoticed. The line is called Kimani Couture which is an athleisure wear brand and interestingly, she tapped Akothee's daughter Rue baby to be one of her models and influencers.

Corazon Kwamboka

The lawyer and part-time trollop Corazon Kwamboka has launched her own line of gym wear (sportswear?) for big buxom ladies after she was inspired to do so when she couldnae find anything that she could work out in that didn't inadvertently expose her derriere. The line is called Genieo Sport.

Otile Brown

Okay, so this is abit of a cheat inclusion because he hasn't launched his own clothesline nor shoe brand but instead has opened up a shoe store in Mombasa.

DJ Creme de la Creme

Dj creme decided that 2nd time the charm so after the capitulation of his first fashion offering, Epic Nation and he is back with Esko which boasts a nice collection of everyday urban wear such as hoodies, joggers, sweatshirts and the likes.


Huddah has a successful cosmetic line that has inspired none other than Caroline Mutoko to launch her own line.