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Elikem Kumordzie is a typical example of how fashionable tailors are [Photos]

One thing I have noticed and you must have noticed as well is the fashionable nature of most tailors. Perhaps it's a marketing strategy so people can see how good they are at their work hence always turn up with nicely sewn clothes to occasions.

However one annoying thing about them is that they don't always sew such nice outfits for their customers like they do for themselves.

Take a look at celebrity tailor Elikem Kumordzie that shows how fashionable a typical tailor is.

Born Elikem Kumordzie but is popularly known as Elikem The Tailor. He is a Ghanaian actor, fashion designer and master of ceremonies. Kumordzie placed third on the reality TV show Big Brother Africa, representing Ghana in 2013.

Elikem had his basic education at Kay Billie Klaer Academy and Englebert Junior High School and his secondary education, at St. Thomas Aquinas SHS. He later proceeded to University of Ghana, where he obtained a BSc in Combined Psychology and Theater Arts.

He participated in the reality TV show Big Brother Africa, season 8 in 2013 representing Ghana, where he has the third position duirng the grand final of the competition. Aside being a fashion designer, Elikem dived into acting where featured in movies like Cheaters, Silver Rain, Pauline's Dairy and others.

With him being a fashion designer, his fashion sense can't be left out when talking about Elikem, the Tailor, he design and sow what he wears. This got him nominated as "Best Dressed Celebrity on the Red Carpet" at the Glitz Style Awards in 2019. He is also know to design most of what our celebrities wear and he is a Fashionsta. Let's dive in to see how what his fashion sense and designs ;

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