At SA Fashion Week here are all the new designers to keep an eye on

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South African Fashion Week is back for its 25th year as one of Mzansi’s most important designer showcases. From April 28 to 30, the SA Fashion Week Spring/Summer 22 collections will be unveiled at the Mall of Africa.Famous designers like as Mantsho, Ephymol, and Amanda Laird Cherry, who have previously shown during SA Fashion Week, will return to present their SS22 collection.Nevertheless, all eyes will be on the New Talent Search finalists, who will be showcasing for the first time at SA Fashion Week.


Nichole Smith founded the company in 2016 with the goal of focusing on excellent workmanship while pushing the boundaries of ready-to-wear. Local artforms, sustainability, and empowerment are at the heart of it.


Munkus is a contemporary, colorful, and trans-seasonal brand owned by Thando Ntuli. It is based on intergenerational history and focuses on South African townships such as Soweto and Gugulethu in Johannesburg and Cape Town, respectively.


Calvin Lunga Cebekhulu, a graduate of Tshwane University of Technology, is all about modern street style. He wants to disrupt the gender stereotypes of femininity and masculinity through his creations.


Mimangaliso Ndiko’s brand is eczema-friendly. To ensure that his outfits are suitable for persons with sensitive skin, the designer spends time researching the condition.

Gjenelo Couture

Sanelisiwe Gcabashe founded the company in 2015 with the goal of empowering women. Her most recent collection is inspired by rural ladies who go unnoticed.

MeKay Designs

Mikhile du Plessis focuses on staying current with rapid fashion trends. She does, however, endeavor to design sustainable garments out of organic textiles, work in a low-waste atmosphere, and upcycle old clothes. She will be displaying the “Aikaterini” collection this season.

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