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Category Archives: Fashion Design
Larry Jay’s A/W19 Collection Mixes Different Styles, Attitudes and Cultures to Create Garments for Everyone.
Larry Jay’s A/W19 collection inspired by people who live around him, how they explore their cultures and personal styles in relation to global fashion. The cuts and selection of fabrics for the collection were inspired by the style and ways of living reflected in their attitudes, habits and tastes, moral standards, socioeconomic level and values.Continue reading “Larry Jay’s A/W19 Collection Mixes Different Styles, Attitudes and Cultures to Create Garments for Everyone.”
Playing Dress Up In Hartbeespoort
Working with Lebogang Ditibane means that we get to shoot in the coolest of places because Lebogang is such well traveled photographer who has a 6th sense when it comes to spotting the best locations for photoshoots. Heading to Hartbeespoort Town at an abandoned bridge for a mini Ever Design photo shoot was one ofContinue reading “Playing Dress Up In Hartbeespoort”
South African Fashion Week Celebrates 21 Years In Fashion.
South Africa’s oldest fashion week celebrated 21 years in fashion with its A/W2019 collections at Sandton City as well as some off site locations for select designers. South African Fashion Week has helped launch the careers of many big fashion designers who got their big breaks through SA Fashion Week’s New Talent Search. To markContinue reading “South African Fashion Week Celebrates 21 Years In Fashion.”
Africa Fashion International’s Joburg Fashion Week Hits Melrose Arch
Formerly known as Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg, AFI Joburg Fashion Week took place from the 4th to 7th October in Melrose Arch and other historical sites around Johannesburg. The theme for this season was #AfroAsia in hopes of strengthening collaborations and relations between AFI and Tokyo Fashion Week which resulted in some Asian fashion brandsContinue reading “Africa Fashion International’s Joburg Fashion Week Hits Melrose Arch”
BLVCK ELEMENT Drops Blue Feel
Johannesburg based denim brand Blvck Element has released a dope Autumn/Winter collection titled “Blue Feel”. The collection explores the different emotions associated with colour; the colour blue in particular. The look book is shot in Johannesburg Central Business District and one of Jozi’s oldest buildings is used as a backdrop for the shot and IContinue reading “BLVCK ELEMENT Drops Blue Feel”
ULove Lingerie: A Black Owned Brand
As a black African woman, I am always delighted to find other black African women who are not only great creators but are also venturing into industries that have just a handful or no black people at all. Lebohang Tsimo is a young black South African woman who owns and runs a lingerie brand calledContinue reading “ULove Lingerie: A Black Owned Brand”
Hospice Wits Night With The Stars
Hospice Wits, a Non-Profit Organisation that focuses on caring and supporting patients with life-threatening illnesses, is one such organisation that is in need of support. Established in 1979, it has grown substantially over the years to serve families in the Johannesburg metropolitan areas, as well as Soweto. Focusing on quality of life and dignity forContinue reading “Hospice Wits Night With The Stars”
Spree SS17 Celebration.
Fashion lovers came out in large numbers to see the preview of the SPREE SS17 collection at the Tin Factory in Kramerville last night and we got to see the some gorgeous garments that will be trending this summer if they are not already trending. The coolest thing about the event setup was that 4 topContinue reading “Spree SS17 Celebration.”
Suennel Original Clothing: The Afrikan Princess Edit
Curvy Women Celebrated