It's always an honor to be supported by fashion icons and taste makers around the world!
Ladies and gents let me introduce you to my new super stylish, style star extraordinaire and fashion friend,
Prince Cassius was born in the Horn of Africa and spent his youth in the northern deserts of the continent. As bombs collapsed his home in war-torn Somalia, his family was forced to flee to Kenya then Ethiopia. Eventually he and his family made their way to England where he was raised in London and recently graduated from University of the Arts London, with a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Cultural studies. He’s well known in the fashion industry for his unique, iconic and fabulous style.
In 2010, Prince competed against thousands of entrants and was shortlisted as one of 10 finalists in Esquire and was in the Top 5 in GQ magazine's search for Britain's Best Dressed Men in the UK. Prince Cassius has been featured in many publications such as The NEW YORK Times, GQ, Vogue Italian, The Sunday Times, Tatler Magazine, Company Magazine, Daily Mail, Rugby Ralph Lauren, Metro Newspaper, Evening Standard and more.
In 2011, he turned his attention to television and was part of BBC3's fashion documentary “Kill it Cut it Use It” which delivered fantastic ratings in May. Right after that appearance he was a red carpet presenter at the Cannes Film Festival for Fashion TV.
Prince Cassius is also a brand ambassador to Austin Reed, Herring shoes and Blogger ambassador to Ralph Lauren Rugby. His blog has just celebrated its first birthday and has received over hundred thousand hits. This has lead him to talking part as a judge for Austin Reed in the Newbury Race Horse style challenge where he had to scout for the best dressed men and crown them.
Recently, he appeared on Russia’s Next Top Model to challenge the girls. After a stellar performance he was asked by the show's producers to to be a guest Judge on the finale show. (Part one can be found here: www.topmodel-muz.tv/series/506/ and http://www.topmodel-muz.tv/series/507
When not being dressed "fabulously," Prince Cassius passionately supports many charities, particularly those that fight against poverty.