Born in Laval on February 8th, 1977, Ousmane Dabo is a professional football player who evolved in midfield position between 1995 and 2011.
In France, Italy and England, Ousmane has managed to distinguish himself when playing for world renowned clubs like Monaco, Inter Milan, Lazio Rome and Manchester City.
Trained by the Stade Levallois, the French midfield made his debut in the French national league with the “Stade Rennais” where he stood out as a true leader.
His performance on the field led him to be recruited by the prestigious Italian club Inter Milan in 1998. Transferred to Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio in 2001, he established himself as an indisputable holder. After 3 years defending the colors of the Atalanta team, he joined Lazio, his club of heart. He then played for Manchester City before finishing his football career in the United States.
Ousmane’s 10-year career in Italy has shaped his vision of fashion. It is notably in Milan, a city known worldwide for its creators and luxury brands, that he discovered noble and precious materials and the art of combining colors.
« I found this attention to detail in Steeven’s first collections. French Deal represents what I look for in fashion and streetwear: hip hop-inspired pieces combining quality fabrics with original cuts. I collaborate on the development of the collections by sharing ideas inspired by my trips around the world, especially to New York, London and Milan, my favorite cities »
To support Kihsan, an organization founded by Geoffrey Kondogbia, a charity event took place in Valence the last 19 December. Kihsan’s goal is to provide education for disadvantaged children in Central African Republic, which matters a lot to Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Discover the story of Kihsan here.
FRENCH DEAL presents its new advertising campaign “Men life rhythm” uniting dance, sports and fashion.
This brand-name video highlights two of its founders, Ian Mahinmi and Ousmane Dabo.
Punctuated by dance and music, this campaign illustrates the meeting between these two sportsmen.
This artistic project reflects the definition of the French Deal man and the urban identity of the brand.
Indispensable of the male closet, the bombers is the key piece of the brand French Deal. Artists such as Wil Aime and Bera as well as athletes such as William Gallas, Timothy Weah, Bojan Bogdanovic, Tomas Satoransky and Otto Porter have adopted its urban style but at the same time elegant.