The BAM Collective, Cindy Mfabe, Ezokhetho & Chiefs of Angels

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SA FASHION WEEK TENTWENTYTWENTY COLLECTIONS

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Each show features a range of different designers, see below to learn more about each designer.

Cindy Mfabe

" treads the thin line between femininity and masculinity "

SA Fashion Week New Talent Search 2018 winner, Cindy Mfabe's eponymous ready-to-wear brand treads the thin line between femininity and masculinity. The LISOF graduate has showcased her contemporary signature at Lagos Fashion Week and has been featured in numerous South African fashion and lifestyle publications.

Chiefs Of Angels

" deconstructing and redesigning second-hand, vintage, and dead-stock garments "

Designer Oscar Ncube, the creative mind behind former Drybone.co, and now Chiefs of Angels, positions the brand as "the rebirth of apparel". Using the iconic leather jacket as a central departure point in all its collections, this directional and rock-and-roll inspired fashion lifestyle label is heavily influenced by sustainable fashion principles, which see it making most of its leather and other products from deconstructing and redesigning second-hand, vintage, and dead-stock garments.

Ezokhetho

" uses fabric as a medium to convey a distinctively African narrative "

A contemporary luxury womenswear brand that uses fabric as a medium to convey a distinctively African narrative, this signature is marked by effortless comfort and quality. The range consists of multifunctional pieces that combine to provide a versatile and flexible wardrobe suitable for all occasions.

The BAM Collective

" deeply rooted in an appreciation for the country's unique spirit "

The BAM Collective is a South African womenswear brand that specialises in taking an alternative, spirited approached to luxury fashion. Deeply rooted in an appreciation for the country's unique spirit, the brand approaches each season with a new philosophy as a lens to express its concept of an optimistic South African utopia. Completing both his Bachelor and Honours degrees cum laude at LISOF Fashion Design School in Johannesburg, his graduate collection, Hedonism, earned him a place among the finalists for best graduate collection and inclusion in the school's Design Indaba simulcast in 2018. In the same year he won the SAFW Student Design competition and collaborated on a limited-edition capsule range with retail chain, Mr Price, entitled BAM x MRP which launched in-store nationally in April 2019. Jacques's collection Pluralism earned him a finalist place in the 2019 SA Fashion Week New Talent.

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SA FASHION WEEK TENTWENTYTWENTY COLLECTIONS

Online and streaming straight to you! Get your front row seat NOW!

Each show features a range of different designers, see below to learn more about each designer.

Cindy Mfabe

" treads the thin line between femininity and masculinity "

SA Fashion Week New Talent Search 2018 winner, Cindy Mfabe's eponymous ready-to-wear brand treads the thin line between femininity and masculinity. The LISOF graduate has showcased her contemporary signature at Lagos Fashion Week and has been featured in numerous South African fashion and lifestyle publications.

Chiefs Of Angels

" deconstructing and redesigning second-hand, vintage, and dead-stock garments "

Designer Oscar Ncube, the creative mind behind former Drybone.co, and now Chiefs of Angels, positions the brand as "the rebirth of apparel". Using the iconic leather jacket as a central departure point in all its collections, this directional and rock-and-roll inspired fashion lifestyle label is heavily influenced by sustainable fashion principles, which see it making most of its leather and other products from deconstructing and redesigning second-hand, vintage, and dead-stock garments.

Ezokhetho

" uses fabric as a medium to convey a distinctively African narrative "

A contemporary luxury womenswear brand that uses fabric as a medium to convey a distinctively African narrative, this signature is marked by effortless comfort and quality. The range consists of multifunctional pieces that combine to provide a versatile and flexible wardrobe suitable for all occasions.

The BAM Collective

" deeply rooted in an appreciation for the country's unique spirit "

The BAM Collective is a South African womenswear brand that specialises in taking an alternative, spirited approached to luxury fashion. Deeply rooted in an appreciation for the country's unique spirit, the brand approaches each season with a new philosophy as a lens to express its concept of an optimistic South African utopia. Completing both his Bachelor and Honours degrees cum laude at LISOF Fashion Design School in Johannesburg, his graduate collection, Hedonism, earned him a place among the finalists for best graduate collection and inclusion in the school's Design Indaba simulcast in 2018. In the same year he won the SAFW Student Design competition and collaborated on a limited-edition capsule range with retail chain, Mr Price, entitled BAM x MRP which launched in-store nationally in April 2019. Jacques's collection Pluralism earned him a finalist place in the 2019 SA Fashion Week New Talent.

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