When it comes to the relationship table, we are yet to have success and the name Santa in the same sentence. And yet this successful fashion designer deserves a good man by her side. With such style and elegance, Santa needs a man who understands fashion and has a creative but practical mind.
She may not be a slave to labels, but this 30-something year-old who set the scene alight with African designs is a slave to her own fashion. Thus, Santa would certainly appreciate a man who knows and appreciates fashion, has the Ugandan and African spirit in him and celebrates being an African man.
He would also have to appreciate the full figured African woman, since that is what Santa is today and appreciate natural beauty that comes from within. And with such a hectic and demanding job, the man who would "steal" Santa's heart has to be appreciative of a hardworking woman, kind and loving.
Radio Presenter RS Elvis quickly springs to mind. Over the years Elvis has matured and is in touch with his African side, the dreadlocks he spots say that much. Couple his dreadlocks with clothes designed by Santa and the two would make a striking couple.
Talk of understanding and caring, Elvis does have a daughter and the way he dots on her is proof that he would treat his woman right. Who better than a man who will don his woman's designs and show the whole world he believes in what she does?
For spice in her life, Santa would do best with someone who is not too fashion conscious, but is in the spotlight. A man who is an achiever in his own right and also uses his talent. Rugby player John Musoke who plays for Rhino would then fit in well.
Only problem with John is he's a little younger than Santa, but if she is the kind of woman who does not let numbers stand in her way, a celebrity rugger would suit a fashion designer.
Have we not seen sports stars look to the designer for love in the past? Women in the creative business always crave for men who work in a similar field and will compliment their creativeness.
The Ugandan creative women also tend to steer clear of our own brothers, and instead opt for the white guy. If Santa chose to go this way, our first choice would be Charlie Case, a Briton. He is the man behind the Eye Magazine, Charlie is also into advertising and is co-owner of Just Kicking.
His creative eye would certainly be a plus for Santa. Only problem is she may have a hard time winning him over to her designs since Charlie is more into shorts and t-shirts.
No longer the skinny model of yester-year, Santa's size today celebrates the African woman. A man who appreciates this would be an added advantage. We are thinking of a trendy man, who is at the same time into big, Uganda woman and Paul Kasaga comes to mind.
He is truly Ugandan, would fit in the Kampala crowd and yet has spent enough time abroad to be trendy. Being the Muganda man he is, Paul would certainly appreciate her decent style of dress and her full body.
Of late, Santa has been in touch with her spiritual self. She says she is a born again Christian. Taking into consideration her spirituality and her fashion sense, Pastor Isaac Kiwewesi of Kansanga Miracle Centre is our best bet.
He is still single, a heartthrob and has a fashion sense that surely matches that of any fashion conscious woman. Isaac and Santa would also complement each when it comes to spirituality.