lundi 7 novembre 2011

Gabon: The costumes of El Hadj Omar Bongo Odimba.

 
Gabonese President spent two million French francs (300,000 euros) per year for costumes at Francesco Smalto, French fashion designer born in Calabria in Italy, nicknamed "the dresser of kings."
        
Until his conviction for aggravated procuring in 1995, the couturier had strange gifts: he slipped a girl in his dress on delivery. In 1981, he had slipped a beautiful Italian in the costume of President François Mitterrand (1916-1996) told the Nouvel Observateur. What has not gone unnoticed among his African peers.
        
President Omar Bongo Odimba while dressed in Ted Lapidus, and shared his life with Katherine Icardi-Lazareff, who for four years (1978 to 1981) delivered costumes. When this intimacy began to interfere, he was approached by Francesco Smalto.
        
Receiving his first costume from Smalto, President Omar Bongo exclaimed "It's not a costume, it's a skin." From there to require attendants stewardesses as his custom suits, the step was quickly taken! Until an attendant refuses to cuddle because he did not wear a condom!
        
Died in Barcelona December 8, 2009, he led the Gabon for 42 years.

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