South African (SA) Fashion Week returns for yet another premium showcase and in October, the four-day event will be highlighting 2022’s Autumn/Winter collections.
SA Fashion Week: Here’s what you need to know
Mzansi’s coveted high-fashion event will attract forward-thinkers and change-makers when the showcase takes place at Mall of Africa from 28 – 1 November 2021.
“Mall of Africa is immensely proud to support South African design, both by staging this dynamic showcase as well as by making retail opportunities available to talented fashion entrepreneurs,” Asset and Property Management Executive at Attacq Limited Michael Clampett said.
At least 29 designers will reveal their offerings for the first two seasons of 2022, including the likes of Marquin Sampson, Refuse Clothing Brand, Saint Vuyo, Umsweko, Vanklan, Boyd and others.
The main event will be followed by the SA Fashion Week Trade Show and will allow 40 designers to showcase their mens and womenswear creations at the mall’s Crystal Court between 31 October 2021 and 1 November 2021.
SA Fashion Week shows will be in line with Level 1 lockdown regulations. This means that only 20 tickets will be available to a VIP audience per show.
More information around the designers we expect to participate in the fashion event and other details will be revealed at two press briefings scheduled for Wednesday 13 October 2021 and 20 October 2021.
How to watch SAFW in South Africa
SA Fashion Week is open to public attendance however, between 28 October 2021 and 1 November 2021, access to showcases will be limited to 20 VIP guests.
Tickets to the fashion showcase are currently available for purchase at Quicket.
If attending the event is out of the question, a little bit of patience will surely pay off when the full show is streamed on SAFW platforms from 4 November 2021.