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Mantsho for the masses

Over the years H&M has come to be known for making high-end brands a little more accessible through its many collaborations with...

Top designers rev up a fashion week that tottered at times

Collections by Marianne Fassler, Celeste Arendse, Rich Mnisi, David Tlale and Gavin Rajah made the Johannesburg event worthwhile.

Making bling her business

Precious Moloi Motsepe, the woman behind Africa Fashion Week, keeps her eye on the bottom line.

Bright and tight: fashion trends in 2010

The <i>Mail & Guardian</i>'s Karabo Keepile looks back on the year that was and takes stock of her favourite designers, fashion and accessories.

More to African fashion than leopard print

Designers at the Africa Fashion Week steered clear of using bold African prints and instead chose to focus on intricate detail and craftsmanship.

Between a frock and a hard place

Africa Fashion Week brought into sharp focus the pressing issues facing the continent's fashion industry, writes <b>Sarah Badat</b>.

Africa’s growing taste for the American dream

"I don't know how people can sit in Camps Bay, eating and drinking, saying what a great place it is when there is such poverty just down the road."

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