Gerald Langiri announced as Vazzi’s clothing line new brand ambassador

Vazzi Clothing line is delighted to announce the signing of legendary and renowned actor and media personality Gerald Langiri as its new Brand Ambassador.

The Kalasha Awards winner and Africa Magic Viewers Choice (AMVCA) nominee who is also currently one of the TC Gang members on Talk Central with Kalekye Mumo will be the face of Vazzi Clothing Line for the next one year before talks for renewal happen. The partnership between Vazzi Clothing and Gerald Langiri will run across TV, Print and online channels as well as in-store as soon as the Vazzi Clothing Line roles out its own stores in the coming year.

“Gerald Langiri is an amazing very talented actor with a very strong and bold personality with a dash of crazy. He is awesome and his personality really does embody what Vazzi Clothing line stands for. Vazzi Clothing admires his strides in the film industry as an icon and it is therefore a pleasure to have him on board.  Vazzi admires him for his principles, his talents and his ability to juggle a demanding acting career with being a great father” said Brian Omina, CEO of Vazzi Clothing.

Gerald Langiri now joins Dj UV,  Camp Mulla, Huddah, Dj kayTrixx, Dj Crème, Dj Hypnotic and Shaffie Weru as celebrities who have previously partnered with Vazzi Clothing with Gerald being the first actor in that list.

About Gerald Langiri

Gerald Langiri is a Kenyan actor and casting director. He is well known for the movies House of Lungula and Fundimentals where he played Harrison and Joseph respectively. Other movie titles under his name include and not limited to Inherited, Flowers and Bricks, Orphan, 24 hours to live, accidental kidnapping, Gun theory, among many other films which all air on Maisha Magic East.

On the small screen, he is known for roles in Shows like Santalal where he played the Police Commissioner, Mali, on Stay, Papa shirandula, Pendo, Pray and Prey and is currently one of the TC Gang members on Talk Central with Kalekye Mumo every Thursday on K24 TV.

He was the host of web-series talk show titled “in the forest” sparking a wave of web series productions thereafter from the Kenyan film industry and he also produced, directed and acted in another out of the box web series “Shit Happens”.

As a casting director, he is behind casting of Selina, Veve, Going Bongo, The unprotected and was the Kenyan Casting Director of BETs Top Actor Africa, season 2 and several series, short films and adverts as well.

He was awarded  best film blogger/journalist at the African Film Development Awards 2014, awarded best supporting actor in a TV series at the Kalasha Film and television awards 2014 for his role as Nico on Stay, nominated best actor in a comedy at the Africa Magic Viewers choice awards (AMVCA) 2015 and nominated Best actor of the year (Africa) at the Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA) 2015.

About Vazzi Clothing

A pioneering name in Kenyan street fashion, Brian Omina’s Vazzi label is arguably the most established brand in the Kenyan market. Urban hip hop outfit Camp Mulla are mostly credited for growing the Vazzi name by sporting the tee’s in their music videos and almost all their social appearances. From cotton T-shirts to denim jackets and snap backs, Vazzi represents the epitome of street funk, hence the immense popularity it enjoys.

Vazzi was started in 2010 while Brain was in med school and is now a doctor. It was clothing line started out of passion.

“I really wanted to make a Kenyan grown brand. Something to identify with as a Kenyan. Something original. Plus I was really tired of the bootleg items we see in the market.” Says Brian.
Vazzi is family affair run operation with Brian and his cousin Mathew Masinde are partners in the business.

One can find Vazzi Merchandise on their online platforms below as they exclusively make new clothes on order and deliver it to customers’ specifications. They plan on also selling through their website and perhaps open physical stores if the demand will be high.

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