Gugs Mall upper deck to host trendy fashion show by local

2016-12-01 06:00
 Malusi Malefane to host fashion show in Gugs.

Malusi Malefane to host fashion show in Gugs.

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Gugulethu self taught stylist Malusi Malefane will be hosting the Bello Diamond fashion show which will be staged on the Gugulethu Mall upper deck on Saturday.

The event will feature the summer season collection of brands such Imprint, Kudu, Faith Couture, ATG Ekasi and B Creations.

Bello Diamond is also a modelling school founded by Malefane and its models will grace the runway during the event.

“We wish to create pride within our community by ensuring that this event exhumes unknown talent, creative and continue to be a benchmark for other projects.

We intend to carry an identity in which the community can associate itself with it and draw strength in moving forward in creating employment and sustainability by it becoming an annual event.

We also aim to increase and redefine events within the Western Cape townships,” he said.

“The event will incorporate some unisex pieces, keeping in line with the gender-bender trend currently coming into season.

The collections are also cited to excite audience with some swimwear pieces.

Bello Diamond will be sharing the presentation stage with emerging local designers and International designer Mzukisi Mbane.

We exist because our ethos is to change lives through fashion and lifestyle,” he added.

He said that they hope to magnify the fashion talent within the townships by giving a an opportunity to the small brands.

“It will be high profile fashion event that will suit our target market, which will involve local designers, fashions houses and premium well-known brands that the market is familiar with.

This will also be an opportunity to introduce and expose small fashion brands.

The chosen day being 3rd December is to commemorate World AIDS Day/Week and certain proceedings of this event will go towards J.L Zwane HIV/AIDS home & Neighborly Needs both NGO’S based in Gugulethu,” said Molefane. General access will be R150 and R200 for the VIP.

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