SA Fashion Week took place in Sandton, Joburg last week and we attended the women’s collections shows. Here are a few of the trends to look forward to for the Autumn/Winter 2019 season.
Images by Eunice Driver for SA Fashion Week.
Look out for interesting layers and hemlines next season. Following from their stunning current SS18 collection, MmusoMaxwell lead the way with uneven hems and intricate seams. Thebe Magugu also showed skirts with multiple flowy layers as did Rich Mnisi.
We saw tons of black and white on the runway. I loved Rubicon’s silky black garments, and Judith Atelier’s collection followed on from her intricate summer collection. Erre was super stylish as usual and Fikile Sokhulu showed beautiful ruffles.
African inspired prints and details featured in many collections. No Shade and Mantsho in particular celebrated our heritage.
While red and yellow also featured strongly, by far the most prominent winter colour at SA Fashion Week was blue. Sober’s collection had classy checks blended with blue, burgundy and pink. The L’MAD Guillotine collection was crafted from linen and fine silks with original artworks.
VIDEOS OF SOME OF OUR FAVOURITE SHOWS
The colourful Rich Mnisi as part of the Style by SA for Woolworths collection.
The glamorous Rubicon Autumn/Winter Collection.
Versatile day-wear by Danielle Frylinck.
The beautiful Sober collection.
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