(I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that) I didn’t know much about Winnie Mandela, besides the fact that she was married to our first black president and world-renowned struggle activist, Mr. Nelson Mandela. She passed away two weeks ago and little by little, I am discovering more about this iconic example of what it is to be human. The kind of human that inspires greatness … Continue reading Dare to say, IamWinnieMandela
Local fashion designers often complain that South Africans do not support local fashion and would rather opt for luxury international brands such as Louis Vuitton once they’ve ‘made it’. On the other end of the scale, there’s also an increasing amount of competition from popular fashion brands such as H&M, Cotton ON and Zara which offer cheaper stylish options that locals rush to get at every chance … Continue reading Struggling to find loyal customers as a local designer?
I recently got an oppurtunity to report on Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town on Refashion Africa http://www.refashionafrica.com/eye-on-fashion-3-fashionweek-cape-town-2015/ (Check out link for more pics!) A glimpse into Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town SS 2015/2016 Reporting by Azima. As is the case in many forms of art, the fashion presented at this fashion week in Cape Town by both designers and street stylers, was a … Continue reading TBT Post: MBFWCT Summer/Spring Collection 2015/2016 (Part II)
I recently got an opportunity to report on Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town for the blog Refashion Africa for more pics: www.refashionafrica.com/eye-on-fashion-3-fashion-week-cape-town-2015/ A glimpse into Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town SS 2015/2016 Reporting by Azima. As is the case in many forms of art, the fashion presented at this fashion week in Cape Town by both designers and street stylers, was a feast for … Continue reading Throwback Thursday Post: MBFWCT Summer/Spring Collection 2015/2016