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GLAMOUR South Africa October 2018

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South Africa
Conde Nast Independent Magazines Pty Ltd
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10 Issues


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free to be

I’m inspired by female superheroes, especially those within the rising Nigerian animation industry and how they act on their freedom to create. Nnedi Okorafor’s central character in her series, Binti , is a Himba woman. Finally, other voices, cultures and beliefs take centre stage in the science fiction literary canon. THIS MONTH I’M LOVING I’m a big fan of designer Miuccia Prada. Her creative expression and how vocal she is about the duality of women makes her one of the most influential designers in the world. Prada bag, R44 600 A cowboy boot is perfect for new adventures. Zara boots, R999 ‘What inspires you?’ This is one of the most asked questions during a new season. I speak for the Glamour team, and evidently, a…

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finishing touches

Dress R899 and sandals R399 all H&M; bag Kyla Joy R850 Boots R17 100, scarf R2 550 and bag R51 000 all Louis Vuitton Jeans Cotton On R599; bags Thalia Strates R3 500 (each); sneakers Steve Madden R1 399MODEL: Tobi Oloko at Boss Models PHOTOGRAPHER’S ASSISTANT: Stephan Venter WORDS BY: Tumi Moletsane ■…

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what’s on our fashion radar?

(@NYSM_NORWOOD) YOU’VE BEEN FRAMED Last August, optometrist and luxury eyewear store Now You See Me finally opened its doors in Joburg’s trendy neighbourhood Norwood. Pop into the store for personal and expert attention, or just peruse their impressive collection of high-end designer spectacles and sunglasses from the likes of Gucci, Linda Farrow and Mykita. For more info, visit nysm.co.za. COOL GEEK Prada is taking it back to the ’90s with their spring/summer ’19 collection with loud prints and contrasting textiles. NICE KICKS Kylie Jenner and adidas Originals join forces in honour of the Falcon sneaker, with the celeb debuting in the brand’s new campaign. adidas Falcon sneakers R1 599 BIKE SHORTS From Kim Kardashian West and Bella Hadid to the runway…

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the liberating power of fashion

DO YOU THINK THE FREEDOM TO WEAR WHAT YOU WANT IS TRULY WHERE WE ARE TODAY?This particular question has many layers. We have women living in countries where they’re forced to wear something for culture or religion. We have women who want to dress a certain way but can’t because they don’t want to be harassed while walking down the street. We have women who are living below the poverty line and can’t afford to put clothes on their backs. We have women who seem to have all the means to dress how they please, but once their photo is taken and posted to social media, they’re body shamed or made fun of. In many ways, this goes to show you that we truly are not free to wear…

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out of africa

TREBENE, SOUTH AFRICA Bushera Bashir is the driving force behind the brand that is Trebene. Steeped in tradition and the modern world, Trebene strives to ensure that ethical practices and sustainability are at the forefront of what they do. She believes that ethical fashion will be prominent in years to come. IMANE AYISSI, CAMEROON A former model, Imane Ayissi was the first African designer to showcase at Paris Haute Couture Week this year for the spring/summer ’19 collections. Having wowed the notoriously tough crowd with his beautiful designs, “He skilfully gives his designs a true touch of Mother Africa through his creative use of fabrics, colours and patterns,” noted Fashion Insider. I AM I, KENYA Birmingham School of Art and Design…

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designer focus

Glamour: What made you want to venture into the industry?LEBOGANG MOKGOKO: I think, in essence, I’m in love with the art of storytelling and the amount of freedom the industry gives you to create works of art that other individuals can relate to and find appreciation for. G: Have you always had a passion for design?LM: For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been a visual person; taking a particular interest in how something looked. It was only when I attended Pro Arte Alphen Park, a high school in Pretoria that specifically focuses on the arts, that I started to get into art and fashion, and studying the likes of Martin Margiela, Alexander McQueen, Yohji Yamamoto and Hedi Slimane. Learning about these ‘gods’ of the industry…