- Sifiso Mazibuko is an entrepreneur, brand ambassador and influencer
- His client-list include Mzansi's trendiest celebrities
- He is the managing director of Master Suit
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Sifiso Mazibuko has a distinct and exclusive style, with his clean-cut bespoke suits and a demeanour that exudes confidence. It is no wonder, then, that he has risen to the heights of Mzansi’s entertainment scene to style and influence some of the country’s trendiest celebrities.
In addition to his elegant style, Mazibuko has a brilliant mind for business and is the managing director of Master Suit - a Johannesburg company that prides itself on designing sophisticated, tailor-made suits for men with great destinies before them.
Mazibuko’s client list includes Lebogang Manyana and Legend Manqele. He dreams of one day having the opportunity to style South African comedian, Trevor Noah, Briefly.co.za found.
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For Mazibuko, being an entrepreneur means being in control of his own destiny. Whether or not his company prospers is in his capable hands. Mazibuko is not one to shy away from making tough decisions and enjoys giving directions, all with the aim of making his vision a reality.
If you’re looking to match Mazibuko’s classy look, all you’d need is a version of his signature three-piece, navy blue suit. Mazibuko appreciates the versatility of this look as it can be adapted for any occasion, whether its business or leisure.
Additionally, you’d need to wear the suit with your own unique swagger, as Mazibuko firmly believes style is merely a way of letting your personality shine.
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Thanks to his natural ability to find pieces that stand out from the rest and to wear them with confidence, Mazibuko has also become a renowned brand ambassador.
He is expanding his domain of style and working on handcrafted shoes made in Spain, Destiny Magazine discovered.
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Source: Briefly News