An e-commerce study showed as far back as 2012 that fashion was the single biggest category of online retail in SA.
To have you keep a flexible closet, Karen Millen moved from statement to off-duty clothing for autumn/winter 2015.
Considered eclectic in her style, Solange has guided a PUMA collection, taking two iconic styles – Puma Suede and XT2 – and giving them a pop of bold colours and graphics.
Drawing inspiration from Argentina and Cairo Ted Baker takes the lead with a collection of 50s glam and sportswear lux.
Thinking of a modeling career?
Here`s what to expect while pursuing a career in modeling from presenter and modeling agency owner, Shashi Naidoo and Boss Models manager, Linda Bruchhausen.
Q&A: Terrence Bray AW2015
He showcased his autumn/winter 2015 collection at the Durban Fashion Fair this past week, and it was a cohesive flair.
Taibo Bacar talks African fashion and his brand's positioning
From Mozambique, designer Taibo Bacar is largely credited for accentuating the feminine form. He recently unveiled a purely elegant collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa and here`s what he has shared:
BY Staff WriterBeyonce and Topshop seal a sweet deal
Beyonce and Sir Phillip Green of Topshop announce a 50/50 joint venture clothing company, Parkwood Athletic Topshop Ltd.
What`s trending is something blue for AW15
Blue (not referring to Beyonce`s daughter) in its varied tones, forges into autumn/winter 2015 and we saw it move on international runways and locally at SA Fashion Week. Here`s what a few designers had to say about blue, blue, blue.
BY MEDIA RELEASESBright beginnings with FEDISA and TFG
In the South African context, Nelson Mandela`s famous dictum, `A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination` is resonant in some of the country`s leading industries.
BY MEDIA RELEASESPlatinum Fashion Festival - Sold out success
Platinum Fashion Festival celebrated North West School of Design`s 16 years of fashion education.
BY MEDIA RELEASESSteenberg Sculpture Installation
The second year students were presented with a true Project Runway type challenge, but were not asked to create fashion from fabric.