South African Fashion Week

African Style Story

African Style Story is a 100% made in South Africa . We saw such soft colors with beautiful flowing fabrics. Everything looked elegant yet day to day. Loved the cropped 3/4 sleeves. 

Black Coffee

” Emerging from South Africa at a time when personal identity was the new differentiator, designer Jacques van der Watt has placed a distinct mark on South African fashion.
Jacques van der Watt’s design approach is deeply referential, meticulously engineered and ultimately divergent.”
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Danielle Frylinck

“Danielle grew up in a tiny village called Ganyesa in the North West province, South Africa.
Timeless, Classic garments handmade in Johannesburg, South Africa.”
Everything in this collection felt so warm and soft. I loved the knits and the vintage touch in the fabrics. The colour pallet was especially homy and comforting. 


“Ekta Kalan, a strategy consultant turned Fashion designer takes all her childhood loves of colour, play, interests in history, cultures and old craftsmanship, her cultural Indian heritage that has influenced her as well her South African life filled with global and local mixes of experiences that have created her unique style and signature.”
 ( About Quote from her website ) Factory

“A Creative Studio made up of Prints, Afrocentrism, Fashion, and everything Bold!”
I absolutely LOVED this show. It is so authentic and beautiful. So much Pride in being African and turning your heritage into art. So inspiring and out there. Beautiful work. 

Rich Mnisi

“RICH MNISI is a South African based contemporary fashion brand founded in 2014 by LISOF graduate and Africa Fashion International Young Designer of the Year 2014, Rich Mnisi.” 


A South African Label by two women, Natasha and Carina 
I loved their silhouettes. The dresses are so feminine an sexy. Full of character and story.


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