New swimwear range launched

2017-10-12 06:00
PHOTO: SuppliedGlenAmy models walk the run way at Senzi’s on Faya VIP Lounge.

PHOTO: SuppliedGlenAmy models walk the run way at Senzi’s on Faya VIP Lounge.

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EVERY woman should not be afraid to flaunt her summer body, big or small.

GlenAmy Modelling Agency founder, Amahle Ngaleka, also Miss Tourism Universe South Africa, officially launched her new swimwear range, which caters for all sizes and body shapes.

The launch was held at Senzis VIP Lounge recently, where her collection was showcased.

Ngaleka said the swimwear is one of her projects that goes hand in hand with her modelling agency where she grooms young women to be passionate and confident.

“Feeling uncomfortable in a swimsuit is something that people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, and clothing sizes can identify with. Insecurity is common, but it doesn’t have to prevent one from enjoying their time in a swimsuit,” said Ngaleka.

She said all it takes is finding the right swimsuit for your body, gaining a body-positive mindset, and focusing on staying confident, it will help you to feel comfortable in a swimsuit.

“Everyone has positive physical traits, you just have to recognise them and the only size that matters is the one you feel healthy and happy in, and a custom-made swimwear, just for you will definitely make you happy.”

Ngaleka makes the swimwear herself - all she needs are the measurements and if one has a design in mind she is more then happy to assist.

For more information, contact Ngaleka on 082 578 3406


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