‘Restart’ designer delights at DFF

2016-09-13 06:00
Photo: Adam Bond Photography Warren Morck of Morq Couture and model Nana Mnyandu.

Photo: Adam Bond Photography Warren Morck of Morq Couture and model Nana Mnyandu.

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HILLCREST fashion designer-couturier Warren Morck of Morq Couture wowed the crowds at his Durban Fashion Fair show last week.

His show titled "Restart" was one of his first after a nine-year break. Inspired by tropical moonlit evenings in Durban, he collaborated with Fabric & Textile Warehouse and Cazabella Jewellery to create the range. The challenge was making garments from fabric primarily used for interior designs.

Models, Nana Mnyandu (Morck's muse) and Nathan Myburgh of Glamour-SA Models were among Morck's models, produced by Danny Moodliyar from Durban.

Also showcasing was Hillcrest designer Skye van Wyk of Pengelly Clothing, making it an even more special event as Morck and Van Wyk have many ties in the Hillcrest area. - Supplied.

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