The star cricketer aims to sell over 500,000 units annually of his Caribbean inspired fashion clothing with Djb47 in markets such as India, Australia, South Africa, The Caribbean, Middle East UK and USA. With a focus on sustainability as a core feature, this is the fashion industry’s attempt at reducing its carbon footprint and addressing the issue of climate change. The all-time leading wicket taker in T20 also recently launched his music studio ‘47 Productions’ in Trinidad.
The 38-year-old all-rounder recently announced his retirement from international cricket at the T20 World Cup, bringing down the curtains on a career spanning more than 17 years. Bravo, who has appeared at all seven T20 World Cups and helped West Indies lift the trophy in 2012 and 2016, has 90 T20I caps for his country, scoring 1245 runs and picking up 78 wickets. He has more than 500 appearances in the T20 format overall. After making his international debut in 2004, Bravo also played in 40 Tests, scoring 2200 runs at an average of 31.42 and taking 86 wickets. He also has 2968 runs and 199 wickets to his name from 164 ODIs.
( Watch my interview with Dwayne Bravo, coming soon on Filmfare Middle East You Tube)