UniosunStreetFashion Exclusive Interview With CEO Of BleechReports #Something big is coming
Uniosun Street Fashion: Tell us more about yourself
Drey Bleech: Well I’m a fresh graduate of Osun State University, studied Sociology. I’m an easy going individual who’s social relationship is based on mutual respect. I’m a pragmatist and always optimistic about life.
Uniosun Street Fashion: What do you think about the fashion trend in uniosun?
Drey Bleech: It’s averagely ok, you have to commend our students for the way they dress, especially in the Faculty of Social Sciences. However, I think only a few students dress exceptionally.
Uniosun Street Fashion: What do you mean by ‘exceptionally’
Drey Bleech: I mean ‘in a very good way, that is different from others’.
Uniosun Street Fashion: Have you ever participated in any street fashion?
Drey Bleech: No
Uniosun Street Fashion: What do you think about the forthcoming uniosun street fashion?
Drey Bleech: Expect it to be more of an avenue for students to showcase their fashion sense and creativity. It’s going to be the first of its kind and I expect it to be embraced by all.
Uniosun Street Fashion: Where do you think Naija fashion will be on the nearest future?
Drey Bleech: Naija fashion is rapidly growing, even Nigerians in diaspora have maintained their identity with Nigerian fashion trends, the youths have been doing well on this front and Naija fashion can only get better in the nearest future.
Uniosun Street Fashion: What’s your favorite wear?
Drey Bleech: On me?….Has to be cooperate, a suit/shirt and tie with nice shinny shoes.
I also have to say, I love the females more on our traditional attires. A fitting, well cut out native wear fits them more than anything, shame we only love to wear them on Fridays (someone needs to scrap that culture) lol
Uniosun Street Fashion: What do you know about street fashion?
Drey Bleech: I really don’t know much about ‘Street Fashion’ I must say. Sorry. lol
Uniosun Street Fashion: Is there anything else you’d like to tell uniosun students about fashion
Drey Bleech: Well, I’ll just like to advise students who love fashion to be more expressive, don’t be scared to start new trends. And also, they should imitate what is good; a matured way of dressing. We are in school to learn after all, you should be able to learn one or two new positive things about dressing before you leave school.