Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 133 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! PRESS: African Fashion International (AFI), owner and operator of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg 2017 (MBFWJ), is celebrating a decade of African excellence with the announcement of the designers preparing to introduce their Spring/Summer collections during this highlight of the Johannesburg fashion scene. “We have collaborated with South African and African fashion design royalty to offer a world-class spectacular of refined African apparel and accessories at our exciting new venue, the Mall of Africa,” says Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe, AFI Founder and CEO. “We are also delighted to welcome collections from young designers who are making waves in the fashion world, with the overall programme sure to grab the attention of media, industry experts and fashionistas alike.” More Articles You Would Love Former Liberia President Sirleaf Ellen Johnson & Others Honored By For Tailors’ Union PICS: MzVee Crashes Her Social Media Page With Her New Afro Puffed Faux Locs Models will take to the runways wearing creations from these designers: David Tlale Fabiani Gavin Rajah Haute Baso Khosi Nkosi KL Tsotetsi KLUK CGDT Leigh Schubert Marianne Fassler Orapeleng Modulte Style Avenue Quiteria & George Ruff Tung Sheria Ngowi Spero Stefania Morland Thula Sindi TN Collective Designers making their debut at MBFWJ 2017 include Sheria Ngowi from Tanzania, Chidinma Obairi from Nigeria and Vizuvlgvds from the United States. The Intern by David Tlale will introduce a selection of young designers yet to produce their own collections, but who display the potential to take their own place on a Fashion Week programme with the help and guidance of a visionary mentor like David. Many of the designers are Fashion Week favourites, with Leigh Schubert, Marianne Fassler and David Tlale among the many industry-leading names returning to the world-class AFI-produced lifestyle event after previous successful showings at AFI Fashion Weeks in Cape Town and Johannesburg. “We are delighted to welcome designers from across South Africa and further afield who appreciate the value of showing their collections to the discerning Gauteng market,” says Dr Moloi-Motsepe. “This event attracts the attention of a local and international audience, from young and aspiring creatives to affluent consumers who spend their disposable income in the luxury and fashion space. We look forward to welcoming visitors from across the country and the continent to revel in this curated showcase of Africa’s best established and emerging designers on this world-class platform.” South Africa Event News, Reviews & Updates Upcoming Events Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail FashionGHANA Admin FashionGHANA.com is a Fashion PR Company, Events planning & management team as well as Africa's leading Fashion Media House. Get Intouch with us and let's see how we can help you grow. [email protected] More For You Diamond Platnumz x HOLLANTEX; Get Ready for the Hottest Wax Fashion Collaboration of... Egypt Bans Dutch Museum Archaeologist From Sites For Showcasing African Involvement In Ancient... #HOTSHOTS: Hustle and Bustle In The Heart Of Freetown By Salima Kamara #OOTD: Akua Trendz Showstopping Wrap Coat Dress Lives Rent Free In Our Minds... Meet The Renowned Sustainable Fashion Designers Set To Rock The ‘SANKOFA THREADS’ Fashion... #fGSTYLE: Slay with Confidence: Modern Ways to Style Your African Print Pencil Dress PICS: A Spectacular Showcase of Style At Fashion Finest’s Epic Show 2023 in... Jasmine Blandford AKA Chola Girl Gives Us Tropical Beach Vibes In This Stunning... South Africa Thebe Magugu Introduces The 2nd Instalment Of Their Acclaimed Heritage Series VIDEO: Fashion Photographer Agyeman-Duah Announces The Passing Of His Wife In Devastating Video Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.