Ugo Mozie

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Ugo Mozie (born November 16, 1991), is a fashion stylist and creative director of Nigerian descent. Known mainly for his work with Sex and the City 2, his work includes television programs such as Dateline NBC, 51st Grammy Awards, Diddy - Dirty Money, and at the Tribeca Film Festival. He is currently the fashion editor at large at 360 magazine, the New York fashion editor of Ghubar magazine, and fashion contributor at WAD magazine in Paris.

Life and career[edit]

Mozie was born in Enugu, Nigeria. He moved to Los Angeles, California with his family at the age of three, and attended William Green Elementary School in Lawndale, California. He got his first insight into entertainment in 2004, when he attended and graduated from Barbizon School of Acting and Modeling. With the help of Jay-Z, he got his first modeling job in 2005.

After graduating from Dulles High School in December 2008, he moved to New York City the following year. In February 2010, during New York Fashion Week, Mozie launched the fashion line Aston Mozie with design partner, Quinn Aston. Shortly after, he ventured into fashion styling.

Mozie, still under-25, has built a strong foundation and network in the fashion and entertainment world. He used his expertise as a stylist and fashion director to embark in a career as creative director for emerging and established fashion brands. Mozie has worked with Beyoncé Knowles, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, and Diddy. His work can also be seen in pop culture standard magazines like Elle, Nylon, Vibe, XXL, and Paper magazines.

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