#FashionAvenue – Fashion Calendar

It’s the second part of the year and we have more fashion and below is the calendar of fashion weeks every fashionista needs to know …

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17 August 2017 – 19 August 2017
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SAFW AW18 COLLECTIONS
SAFW WOMEN
24 October 2017 – 26 October 2017
SAFW MEN
27 October 2017 – 28 October 2017
SAFW TRADE EVENT
30 October 2017 – 31 October 2017
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Dates To Be Announced
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10 October 2017 – 14 October 2017

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FASHION AVENUE: #SAFW SS17: Atelier Dajee

Today we focus on Ahmed Dajee of Atelier Dajee who showcased his SS17 collection at SA Fashion Week.

The designer’s in demand ready-to-wear collection was inspired by the bustling cities energy contrast between chic and fantasy.

Taking inspiration from the female gender, the designer brings an eclectic mix of luxury sportswear and stylish larger-than-life occasion glam to the runway.

Check out some of our favourite pieces from the Collection:

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I can’t wait to see what this designer has in store in the future. Congratulations again on a successful runway.

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Fashion Trends on the SA Fashion Week SS17 runway

Last week SA Fashion Week came to a fashionable end showcasing the hottest Spring Summer 17 (SS17) fashions from some of SA’s most respected designers. So today we will show you the trends on the SA Fashion Week SS17 collection runway.

Men are taking centre stage in the world of fashion. Gone are the days of gender selective fashion as men begin to express and live fashion.

Playful patterns and shapes were huge on the SA Fashion Week runway as designers such as Originally Kasified Clothing, No Shade and Tiller took to the hot trend.

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Original Kasified Clothing Designs
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No Shade Designs

Gender neutral clothing are going big in the upcoming seasons.  Fashion brand: Black Coffee, showcased this perfectly.

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Black Coffee Designs

Over-sized nonconformist silhouettes and layering was big on the runway. Designers such as De Mil and Woolworth’s Thebe Magugu showed us how.

 

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Thebe Magugu Designs

It’s refreshing to see youth culture make its way into mainstream fashion. Some of the designers under the Woolworth’s collection showcased this well.

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From crotchets, ruffles and bold textures, detail lends itself into SS17 fashion as seen from designers and brands such as ERRE, Judith Atelier, Sisiano and Ekta.

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ERRE Designs
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Ekta Designs

Out the box fashion is the future of fashion. Bold colours and double prints were seen from designers such as Edda Gimnes, Lalesso and Ephymol.

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Lalesso Designs
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Ephymol Designs
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Edda Gimness Designs
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House of Saint Luke

Let us know which style you will be rocking?

*All images from SA Fashion Week

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