Fashion Weeks

Abigail Betz’s Romantic Vision at Capetown Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011 (Pictures)

South Africa’s Fashion designer Abigail Betz is known for dishing out feminine, opulent, super romantic and pure dresses and wedding gowns for the brilliant woman. This season is no exception. The designer transports the Ladybrille Woman to a place of peaceful bliss and romance yet manages to incorporate a true balance/contrast of light (white color palette) and dark (black color palette) to accentuate the strength and beauty of the Ladybrille woman. Enjoy our curated images from the collection.

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  1. jenny says:

    Abigail Betz Couture is not included in the line up of top SA designers in the 2012 SA fashion week project. Is she no longer at the top? Or is it just simply that she didn’t take the calls from the organisers of the SAFW as she doesn’t take calls from her brides in despair? To all the beautiful girls who are in love and engaged and considering a designer for their dream wedding dress, strike Abigail off your list. My wedding was almost a disaster due to Abigail’s unethical and unprofessional conduct. Abigail Betz has been coined as SA’s answer to Vera Wang. This must be the ultimate insult to the iconic and highly respected Vera Wang.

  2. Jenny says:

    For any brides considering an Abigail Betz couture creation – forget it. R74 000 later and not a single garment for our bridal party of 10 was properly finished or fitting. We received our attire, including the bride’s dress at 09h30 on the morning of our wedding after some rather unhappy words were exchanged between Abigail, her boyfriend, and one of our people. Unprofessional, unethical, unqualified, uninspiring and unforgivable. Beware brides to be.

    1. Ladybrille Magazine says:


      Clearly you have some personal vendetta against Abigail. We’ve deleted many of your comments overtime because of how vindictive they are against this particular designer. Our platform is not the place to vent your frustrations and personal attack against Abigail. Any issues with her, take it up with her or enlist the help of the legal system in South Africa to right your wrongs.

      Comments of this nature will, in future, be categorically deleted.

      We strive to create an environment online that is hostile free and where there are issues, the focus is on the issue not personal attacks against the person.

      Thanks for your cooperation in advance.

      Uduak Oduok, Esq.
      Ladybrille Magazine

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