Designer Fikile Sokhulu on how her brand embraces 'slow fashion'

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Models wearing Fikile Sokhulu's Spring/Summer 22 collection at SAFW.
Models wearing Fikile Sokhulu's Spring/Summer 22 collection at SAFW.
Photo: Pierre Van Vuuren

The conversation around sustainable fashion practices is one that cannot be ignored. 

SA Fashion Week celebrated 25 years of fashion with a Spring/Summer 22 showcase themed "Sustainable Way Forward".

Designer Fikile Sokhulu says sustainability is prioritised whenever she creates. 

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