The inaugural BRICS Fashion show was hosted by the South African government through the Departments of Arts and Culture (DAC), in partnership with South African Fashion Week (SAFW). Below are some of the designers from the BRICS countries who participated in the show.
Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa explained the rationale behind the partnership as a goal that is “in line with the department’s commitment to building sustainable business to business collaborations amongst the Fashion Designers of the BRICS countries as a means to access markets across the fashion industry.”
Reptilla by Heloisa Strobel Jorge
Antar-Agni – Ujjawal Dubey
Mantsho by Palesa Mokubung
Photo description: Model walks the runway in a Sergey Sysoev design.
Photo credit: Eunice Driver Photography
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