SAFW ushers in a fashion spectacle with 20 designers to showcase Spring/Summer 22 collections

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DJ Zinhle at the SAFW opening party. Image supplied
DJ Zinhle at the SAFW opening party. Image supplied

Celebrities walked the red carpet in local designs to officially kick-start South African Fashion Week (SAFW). 

The Cruz vodka star-studded party was hosted at Mall of Africa, a home for the fashion week for the past three years. 

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It has been 23 years since SAFW became a hub for designers to express themselves through design on the runway. 

Twenty designers are expected to showcase their Spring/Summer 22 unique collections from 28-30 April. 

Amanda Laird Cherry, Palesa Mokubung, Isabel de Villiers, Helon Melon, Judith Atelier and Lele Dhlamini of Ezokhetho are some of the fashion designers expected to showcase at the three-day event. 

Anele Zondo in Sixx6 

All images supplied by Blue Sky Events on behalf of Cruz vodka

DJ Zinhle in Ezokhetho 

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K Naomi in Judith Atelier 

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Nadia Nakai in Scalo 

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Unathi Nkayi in Afrikan Swiss

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