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    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town ends on a high note

    Text: Mpho Sishuta; Photography courtesy of MBFW

    Round two of the much-anticipated Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week kicked off on Friday 7 April at Salt River Studios in Cape Town, and it was well worth the wait! After having missed out on the opportunity to unveil their Autumn/Winter 2017 collections last month due to adverse weather conditions, designers such as Stefania Morland, Laduma Ngxokolo and Craig Port were finally able to return to the runway.

    With a venue packed full of the who’s who of SA fashion, the event was an undeniable success, featuring unforgettable showcases from reputable local and pan-African designers, along with a sprinkling of new brands, including the ethical and sustainable Fashion Revolution who made a striking debut with eye-catching white fabric tees. Thanks to colourful innovations like the merging of opulent fabrics with popular African prints, the show was an extravaganza of creativity and originality, giving us more than enough exciting new styles and trends to look forward to for the rest of the year. Take a look at some of our stand-out favourites and see if you agree:
    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    MaXhosa by Laduma

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    Craig Port

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    Jenevieve Lyons

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    Trebene

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    Fashion Revolution

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    Ituen Basi

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    Mille Collines

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    The Intern by David Tlale

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    Cherrie Couture

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017

    Taibo Bacar

    Missed out on all the action from the first round of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town? See what looks we loved, here

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