He's the brand everyone wants to be associated with. He's dressed international celebrities such as Beyonce to local celebs such as Cassper Nyovest and Black Coffee.
Rich Mnisi has once again proven why he is a brand that's sought after.
His recent Xibelani skirt has broken the internet because of its hefty price. Everyone on social media has been praising the 27-year-old for selling the Xibelani skirt for R60K while also lauding him for giving the Tsonga culture international recognition.
South Africans have been divided about the prices. Some love that he's giving it the recognition it deserves while some are sad they are not the target market. He's also been praised for knowing his worth when it comes to his design pieces.
I honestly see nothing wrong with the pricing it's about time the Tsonga culture gets it's recognition and what it's worth, for far too long this culture has been looked down upon by many South Africans and @RichMnisi made the pots #richmnisi ?? pic.twitter.com/8PAZkjUjgm— ??PG Royalty?? (@Pennygreat_Mona) February 2, 2021
Why must it always take Europeans to wake us up to the wealth we possess. No one cared much for a baSotho blanket until LV made outfits out of them & put them on the runways, then we screamed CULTURAL MISAPPROPRIATION. #vukaAfrica #richmnisi pic.twitter.com/oMIzgaCMcQ— Bokang Seritsane (@Bokangs) February 2, 2021