Indwangu Rides: Bobthestylist and his future plans of a fashion festival

Bobo Ndima, also know as Bob the stylist, plans to host a fashion festival in the foreseeable future. In preparation for this, he hosts Indwangu Rides in Maboneng, Johannesburg, where all fashion lovers gather dressed for the allocated theme. On this Sunday, the cramped Moboneng streets in Johannesburg are full and aloof with random tourists … Continue reading Indwangu Rides: Bobthestylist and his future plans of a fashion festival

Collaboration: A proudly African AFI #MBFWJ17

A few years ago, when it became apparent to my friends and I that a Google search of “unprofessional hair” gives results of predominantly black women, I recall entering “African fashion” in the Google search to see what would come up. I wasn’t too surprised to find an overwhelming amount of images that could easily … Continue reading Collaboration: A proudly African AFI #MBFWJ17

Things I underestimated about Fashion District

Johannesburg is a city of gold in many respects, from its early beginnings of being a mining town to now being South Africa’s economic hub. Having not lived in Johannesburg for long, the fashion areas people seem to hold in high esteem in the city are usually Hyde Park in Sandton, Parkhurst with its long … Continue reading Things I underestimated about Fashion District

SAFW Runway Review

Yet another South African Fashion Week (SAFW) has come and gone. With the popularity of African prints in recent years, we have seen more creative use of African-inspired garments of the SAFW runways. More than that, the SAFW designers have certainly increased the quality of their designs since its inception in 2001. Here’s a list … Continue reading SAFW Runway Review