Fashion Weeks, News

SAVE THE DATE: South Africa Fashion Week, September 22nd-25th, 2011

Buyers Lounge participants
Amanda Laird Cherry

Anel Botha Couture
Colleen Eitzen
Cristina Nitopi
Duvaci – Elzabie Meintjies
Empress
Fundudzi
Gert Johan Coetzee
Gugulam
Joel Janse van Vuuren
Lunar
Naked Ape
PALSE Homme
PHD Wear
Rachel de Mardt
Remi Lagos
Rubicon
Ruby
Shirt and Co
Sies! Isabelle
Tiaan Nagel
Urban Goddess
Yazizwa
“SHOW TICKETS
A limited number of tickets for each show have been made available for sale to the public. Tickets can be bought on the SAFW website.
click here to buy a ticket  you can also pre- book dinner as well as accommodation.
VENUE: CROWNE PLAZA JOHANNESBURG – THE ROSEBANK
SAFW has a long tradition of throwing a fashionable spotlight on a particular area or venue that we believe encapsulates the fashion mood of the moment. This season we are thrilled to announce the venue for our A/W 2011 collections: Crowne Plaza Johannesburg – The Rosebank.
Tapping into the cosmopolitan vibe of Rosebank, where locals can enjoy al-fresco dining and walk along the beautiful tree-lined streets, we are very excited to work in partnership with this iconic hotel to bring you the latest winter fashion.
The venue is within walking distance of the Rosebank Gautrain Station.
The Crowne Plaza Johannesburg – Rosebank is offering special accommodation rates for all guests at the Winter Collections. Should you wish to stay over in this uber-chic hotel whilst attending the shows, please mail reservations@therosebank.co.za and include SAFW accommodation as your subject line.
The hotel will also be offering a delicious buffet dinner each night of the Winter Collections, numbers are limited so book your dinner now and enjoy a fantastic night out. Click here to book dinner

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