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April 07, 2020 1 min read

RichFresh, the man behind the signature stripes and yellow-tab cuffs is getting his very own series "Fresh Dressed" on the popular new short-form video app Quibi. We featured the eccentric and cool bespoke tailor on Fizzm late last year: [Highlights]: Rich Fresh x Fizzm.


Details about the new series are sparse, however it will likely circle around the lifestyle and creativity behind Hollywood's new go-to designer and tailor. RichFresh continues to light up the stars in his eclectic new patterns and designs. Everyone from The Weeknd, Dwyane Wade to John Legend and Kevin Hart, Fresh puts his signature on the world's most recognizable celebrities. 

We'll be rooting for RichFresh and look forward to seeing the new series on our devices soon. 


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