Couture D’Afrique by #MBFWJ And Puma Select
My favourite shows at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg was Couture D’Afrique which featured 12 designers from the rest of Africa. I truly enjoyed Senegalise fashion designer Adama Paris‘ show with amazing headwraps and layering like I have never seen before. I loved the patterns and the styling really represents the modern woman that the brand is aimed at. Seeing that collection made me want to get myself a gele and I can safely say that it was one of my favourite collections from the show.
SORAYA DA PIEDADE
Soraya Da Piedade a fashion brand from Angola caters for everyone from women to men to kids. I loved the simple yet sophisticated garments showcased at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg. The kind of woman who wears Soraya Da Piedade is a woman who knows and loves her body, the kind of woman who loves to look great and still feel comfortable and I feel that the collection at MBFWJ16 was comfortable and sophisticated.
Tanzanian menswear brand Sheria Ngowi showed the most amazing suits. I loved the cuts and the choice of colours and the way the colours are mixed together to form a great looking suit. A suit doesn’t always have to be one colour, you need to switch it up and a decide on scandals instead of formal shoes. With this collection Sheria Ngowi showed that a tie doesn’t always have to accompany a suit and that sneakers also complements a suit very well.
CISS SAINT MOISE
What caught my attention about Ciss Saint Moise ‘s collection were the details on the suit. It seems details are what makes Ciss Saint Moise stand out and have always been a signature of the brand. The involvement of Puma brought a new perspective on suits and sneakers and I must say that I have always loved suits worn with sneakers and no ties because it does away with the serious look.
Rwandan brand Haute Baso‘s collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg was casual and stylish. The kind of clothes a woman would wear on a date, a family gathering and practically anywhere chilled. i love that you can play around with the garments til you get the kind of look that you want.
All photos by Simon Deiner for AFI
Posted on August 23, 2016, in About Africa, About Senegal, About South Africa, Fashion, Fashion Design, Fashion News, Uncategorized and tagged Adama Paris, Africa, Africa Reign, African, Angola, Cóte d'Ivoire, Ciss saint Moise, fashion, fashion designers, fashion show, Fashion Week, Haute Baso, Headwraps, Johannesburg, Layering, Menswear, photography, Puma, Puma Select, Senegal, Sheria Ngowi, Simon Deiner, Soraya Da Piedade, Tanzania, Womenswer. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.