African Fashion South Africa

This business began in 1961. During the early years we were purely a retail outlet. Later we began specializing in goods for hawkers. The last ten years we began specializing in garments for the traditional wear.
  • 94 months ago ymib.com »

    Born on the flat, African landscape of small farming town Kroonstad in the Free State, South Africa's Palesa Mokubung started designing and making clothes long before she could do anything else. From there she went on to study fashion at a small, private technical college and eventually went on to gain practical experience at legendary African designers Stoned Cherrie. Palesa participated in several high profile fashion events, including SA Fashion Week, as part of the Stoned Cherrie-team. Her big break came after entering a young fashion talent competition, for which she produced a fashion show using themes from South Africa's 10 Years of Freedom - celebrations as inspiration. After winning the competition, she travelled internationally with this ground breaking collection.

  • 101 months ago annansiclothing.com »

    Annansi Clothing Co. was founded with the concept of making Africa pop(ular). The brand takes inspiration from the people and places that make modern day African societies unique. "Our shirts take a modern approach to Africa-inspired fashion. Each theme is carefully developed to illustrate the beauty of cultural exchange through fashion. A palette of vibrant images and bold colors is used on the softest and most luxurious fabrics creating one-of-a-kind garments. With a fervor for cultural exchange and social responsibility each shirt is a vehicle for sharing experiences and educating those around us. Annansi Clothing Co's shirts are designed for people who seek to broaden their awareness and flaunt their individual style. Our motto is "Afrique C'est Chic": Africa is cool, fresh, fashionable. **ALL Press please visit our Media Room**

  • 104 months ago mielie.co.nz »

    DESIGN:   Red Sands This handbag is a beautiful mix of orange and reds in a eye catching wave pattern. It is a sturdy cotton woven bag which stands about 27cm tall (excluding handles) and 50cm wide. The handles are black leather and the bag fastens with a zip. It is fully lined in a jazzy fabric with a pocket for the cell phone, lippy and pens.

  • 104 months ago elke.co.za »

    Elke has long had a passion for travel, which took her from her hometown in Germany to settle in South Africa many years ago. However, nothing prepared her for the amazing impact of India during her first visit in 2000. She was enthralled by the exotic designs, exuberant colours and cultural influences in their accessories, which soon became a favourite with friends back home. This was the start of her search for elegant and exquisite accessories for women, and her long-term relationship with India and other countries. Today her magnificent selection of shawls, custom-made handbags and costume jewellery can be found in boutiques across South Africa. Her exclusive range has even caught celebrity attention with the likes of Ivana Trump, Elton John and Meg Ryan sporting an Elke Accessory or two. Elke strives to share more than just her fashion items with her customers - through her unique product range she wishes to instil a sense of individuality.

  • 105 months ago blackcoffee.co.za »

    If fashion is an aesthetic expression of social consciousness, then Black Coffee’s clothing provided an effective mirror for my fears on the unnaturally chilly weather. The collection featured items in muted pastels draped and tied in various ways around the androgynous models. The look was loose, layered, romantic and hooded-fit for a nomad searching for other surviving human life forms in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

  • 105 months ago sisterbucks.co.za »

    ister Bucks (or Meisie Mosemane) is a 59-year stylish and regal-looking designer, firmly rooted in Africa. She believes you have to dress African to feel African.

  • 105 months ago cosmoworlds.com »

    Karen Monk Klijnstra’s collection “Retrospectrum” is inspired by 50’s Sophia Town and in particular the music and dance of the era. This energy is carried across through colour and prints. From Sishweshe cloth to vintage fabrics and tablecloth checks, it all works together to form a collection with a truly Klijnstra-like twist. The colours used also evoke that sense of energy associated with retro fashion and design. Oranges, yellows, greens, purple and turquoise clash in pop-art-style designs while still maintaining an African edge.

  • 105 months ago ifashion.co.za »

    De Mil autumn/winter 08 Working with a palette of black with earth tone highlights, Conrad De Mil and Riaan Strydom's menswear collection was an edgy take on the current military trend. riginally established as De Mol, De Mil has evolved through dedication to design, attention to detail and unwaveringly high standards. Conrad and Riaan’s belief in quality craftsmanship, innovative and trendsetting designs has seen them garner clients for television and stage productions, commercials and corporate events. They continually use history as their reference, whether it is through their ready-to-wear collection, haute couture, commercial or private design and production.

  • 105 months ago yetileather.co.za »

    Fur Lined Boots High boot Laces: R1000.00 High boot Velcro Straps: R850.00

  • 105 months ago strangelove.co.za »

    Strangelove was formed in two-thousand-and-one by ziemek pater and carlo gibson. a distinctive first collection was presented at s.a. fashion week, establishing us as a new force in south african fashion. since then, we’ve been out and about; receiving accolades for our clothing both at home in south africa and abroad. our clothing combines the harsh elements of our african urban environment with the delicate process of design. the result: - avant-hard. our approach to clothing is inspired by a psychological approach to people: the way they think and the way they feel about themselves, their strengths, their weaknesses, and their needs in an urban context.

  • 105 months ago frock.co.za »

    Gabby Dress

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  • WIWE SWING TOP - GLITTER & GLAM Swing Top • Machine washable • Made in South Africa Product Detail • Oversized jersey with front pockets. Material glitter and glam. Part of the Glam rock collection. • Colours: Sliver, White, Black • Sizes: S, M and L

  • 105 months ago shoesofflavour.com »

    STYLE: African Smitties Blocks - Brown PRICE: R349.00 vat incl.

  • 105 months ago beppishoes.co.za »

    Beautiful boot made from a soft leather with a textile inner. The sole is flexible and lightweight .SIZING GUIDE: please see sizing guide on FAQ page or sizes may be incorrect.

  • 105 months ago artnsoul-ofafrica.com »

    AN’SA is a proudly African website that strives to provide the best local beaded jewellery and desirables to our clients. The creation of AN’SA is a culmination of a dream to share beautiful uniquely designed jewellery with the rest of the world. We are proud to offer to you exclusive beaded jewellery manufactured by local artisans from across the continent. We regularly source the latest and classic beaded jewellery to ensure we offer the latest and the best on the market accessible to you from the ease, safety and comfort of your computer

  • 105 months ago angelfashion.co.za »

    Angel Fashion Accessories was established in 2002. The company through faith and hard work is growing from strength to strength. Angel produces and markets a range of fashion jewellery that speaks for itself. Director, Jonathan Woolf saw the fabulous opportunity for fashion jewellery in the network marketing industry. He was excited by a product that could do all the selling, in fact the less the salesperson says, the better! Let the jewellery do all the talking! Our philosophy at Angel is to bringbeauty, excitement and opportunity into the lives of every woman. Please take a look at our fashion jewellery collection catalogue and BE INSPIRED!

  • 105 months ago fundudzi.com »

    Fundudzi, with its name drawn by the sacred lake of the vhaVenda people, was created out of a desire to empower other younger designers by giving them a platform to explore their creativity. Creatively steered by Craig Jacobs, the label believes that what your wrap around your body should be a reflection of your environmental and social activism. In this vein, in February 2007 the label introduced Fundudzi: Free — a collection created from organic fabrics including bamboo, soy and corn. Where dyes are used, they have been certified as being environmentally friendly.

  • 105 months ago simonrademan.co.za »

    Simon Rademan Simon Rademan's medley of styles is a tribute to all who have supported him in the last 15 years. He operates under the name of Simon Rademan Fashion Design Studio. After studying at the International Academy of Fashion (Gauteng), where he earned the title of top designer, he soon developed a reputation for being able to always make women look their best. He is also a talent and beauty scout for Miss SA and for Fashion TV. His clients range from businesswomen to celebrities, from Matric farewell belles to brides.

  • 105 months ago naijagal.wordpress.com »

    Carla Caballero is a name to reckon with in the fashion industry. Born 26 years ago to an Chilean/Italian father and a South African mother, she recieved her diploma from Haute Couture school of fashion design, Cape town. I consider her style tres chic. What do you say?