SA Fashion Week: Good, bad and the fugly

2014-10-26 15:00

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SA Fashion Week, which took place in Johannesburg last week, gave a preview of what our country’s new and established designers have in store for autumn/winter next year. Gugulethu Mhlungu takes a look at some of the fresh and the frightening

Dark and sexy: Kat Van Duinen. Picture: South African Fashion Week


Kat van Duinen

Kat van Duinen brought sexy back with a beautiful all-black collection that played with oversized coats, feathers, fur and beading detail.

Errr: Roman Handt. Picture: South African Fashion Week


Roman Handt

Roman Handt’s collection seems inspired by Game of Thrones at a beach party. Maybe it’s more wearable art than fashion? We’re not convinced.

Electryfying: Fundudzi by Craig Jacobs. Picture: South African Fashion Week


Fundudzi by Craig Jacobs

Craig Jacobs presented a fabulous electric- blue collection for men and women that paired knits and other primary colours together for a fresh and funky look.

New comer: Renauly New Talent Winner Wake. Picture: South African Fashion Week



Renault New Talent Search winner Wake took inspiration from the animal-skin aesthetic and combined it with black and white print in a look that misses the mark.

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