Recap: Arise Fashion Week 2019 Adds Pop Up Shops and Business Seminars to Prestigious Event

Arise Fashion Week, produced by Nigeria’s ThisDay Newspaper, is synonymous with glam and glitz, and the ability to get the global fashion industry to take notice of leading contemporary African designers globally. Its 2019 event was no exception. After a long hiatus and resumption of the prestigious fashion event last year, producers returned to Lagos …

Review: Loxion Kulca at SA Fashion Week S/S 2019 (Day Four)

Streetwear has always influenced luxury fashion, but never has it been fully embraced the way it is on global runways. For Spring/Summer 2019, South African streetwear brand Loxion Kulca brought that street grit, and creativity to close out the week long fashion extravaganza. Celebrating its 20th year in the fashion business, the design label entertained …

Review: Ephymol at SA Fashion Week S/S 2019 (Day Four)

“The Ephymol brand is known for bold, masculine tailoring and a unique approach to timeless lines. The brand is headed by Ephraim Molingoana, a Soweto born but QwaQwa, Free State raised international model and self-taught designer.” The design brand was one of several that helped close out day four of the South Africa Fashion Week …

Review: Keys Fashion at SA Fashion Week S/S 2019 (Day Three)

Sensual, demure, and elegant made for the opening act of Keys Fashion Spring/Summer 2019 collection at the just concluded SA Fashion Week. As beautiful and peaceful sounds of the piano serenaded the audience, it became clear that the attention was all on that lucky bride on her special day.

Keys fashion showed a wedding collection with beautiful full-bodiced nudes, whites, and gold detailed lace gowns. Other fabric choices like tulle and intricate embellishments were used to ensure the bride felt wrapped in love, beauty, and excitement. Silhouettes were very flattering and garments and models flowed seamlessly on the runway. Ahhhh… it’s wedding season and Keys Fashion is definitely ready for the Ladybrille bride.

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