Ladybrille Fashion News:Colleen Eitzen South Africa Style Comes to California, Lakme Fashion Week: Zoa Morani Slips on Ramp, Says “It Happens”

Lakme fashion week: Zoa Morani slips on ramp, says ‘it happens’
Mumbai: Newbie actress Zoa Morani, who was the showstopper for designer Payal Kothari at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week, slipped while walking down the ramp yesterday. Zoa, however, made light of the incident, saying “I am human and it happens”.

South African designer gets teenager to show Jolie how to turn heads properly
Independent Online
A Durban designer has some fashion advice for Angelina Jolie. The Hollywood superstar sparked a lot of reaction, a lot of it not very complimentary, this week after her appearance at the Oscars on Sunday night. She was wearing a black dress . . .

South Africa Style Comes to California
Apparel News
SOUTH AFRICAN STYLE: Colleen Eitzen is a Durban designer represented by BigCat. She was picked up by Nordstrom’s Treasure & Bond store. Despite South Africa’s burgeoning fashion scene, the country’s production delays, sizing differences and opposite

Joburg Fashion week gets new sponsor and home
Independent Online
Viewed from a particular angle it seems illogical – African Fashion International has, in the past, been criticised for creating a fashion circus and social spectacle that has little to do with the business of fashion. “We wanted to make it easier for

Fashion Week’s Unique Dare To Wear Gala For Stephen Lewis Foundation
Samaritan Mag
The concept, spearheaded by design duo Hoax Couture and supported by the Fashion Design Council of Canada, requires top Canadian designers to create one-of-a-kind ensembles from six yards of African-made fabrics. This year’s 25 participants are Paul

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