Yohji Yamamoto and Issey Miyake also wear of the Democratic Republic ...
Fashionable men of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire) is, if it is for show well dressed themselves, seems to be willing also to make clothes in the paper.
Cedrick Mbengi Mr. [but I also like Japanese designers and other designers of clothes, more clothes made of paper is more like] says. Mbengi's age is a keen believer in the Sapuru (sapeurs)]. [Sapuru] and refers to the subculture by Congolese man et al. Dressed in colorful clothes to wear. Although affected by the world-renowned designers, not necessarily faithful to their style.
Mr. Mbengi is noticed that the paper in 00 years which is used like [the same as the other fabrics], meat and fish, using the wrapping paper, such as peanuts started to make clothes. But he stood out conspicuously to invoke besides other designers, et al.