The South African Designer showed he has a classical lable, the SS15 collection he presented was showcased in the NYFW 2014. Once again he brought it to bear in the MBFWA 2014 and it was a breathtaking sight to behold, David Tlale is in a class all by himself.
Textiles with fine textures are transformed into patterns and used in way to make the clothes. Some of them are relatively linked to the stuff that are produced in Africa and used as a way of showing what African fashion has got to offer.
At some point you would see the men wearing shorts or even trousers and shirts with a tie, typical of indigenous African fratenity. The same applies to the ladies but their own is designed to look like pants and shirts with a mofla.
In this regard, high quality fabrics are used, and embellished with lace. The asymetrical dimension to it is clear. the results are beautiful outfits which are made to reflect modern trends in African Fashion. All of them are stylish, feminine and glamorous.
The hairstyle also counted a lot among the women, which meant that some dresses go with a particular hairstyle which makes it even more attractive.
Over 30 established and emerging designers in Africa is showcasing fabulous collections in 16 fashion shows within a period of 4 days from 29th october to 1st November at Melrose Arch, Johannesburg, South Africa. To view all the designers, runway actions and model stories click here – Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Africa 2014.
Pictures: SDR Photo