David Tlale is seeing Red

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Dynamic fashion designer David Tlale has released a limited edition clutch bag called Red by David Tlale in celebration of the country’s most stylish horse racing event, the Vodacom Durban July.

Done in partnership with Vodacom Red, the black and red clutch with its luxurious leather feel is limited to only 1 000 bags – each personally marked (for example, 1/1 000), to be gifted to qualifying new Vodacom Red customers throughout last month and this month.

“Striking out into accessories has been an exciting new development for me. My vision is to make women feel and look sexier carrying this one-of-a-kind clutch bag,” says Tlale, adding that he went for a minimalist design, with an emphasis on the 100% local bag’s fabric for effect.

“The aim was to also have the bag used in multiple ways and fashion styles.

The bag will become more exquisite as the leather ages and captures each wearer’s lifestyle and persona, says Tlale. 

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