Audi Joburg Fashion Week will wrap up its yearly autumn/winter four-day fashion week tomorrow with Sindi, followed by JJ Schoeman and Stoned Cherrie.
The show started on Wednesday evening. It began with Siphakeme Ndlovu, MosewaMosa, New Generation Designers, Marianne Fassler, Thesis and Machere strutting their designs.
Yesterday Mzansi Designers and Broken Storm opened the show, followed by the showcase of beautiful work by Ifa Lethu, Karen Monk, Klijnstra, Viyella, M Klûk CGdT and Sun Goddess.
This year's Audi Fashion Week was a playground for both new and established fashion designers.
The event, organised by African Fashion International, is hosted in the Pavilion Room of the Sandton Convention Centre. The show has attracted a variety of people.
Greys and purples were omnipresent on the ramp. Gorgeous ruffled silk blouses and flowing dresses were the order of the day.
Most designs were feminine, with a tinge of elegance and practicality, and fun to look at.
Though most creations turned heads, it was Machere that wowed the crowds most.
The models too were something to write home about. Most of them are beautiful with nice healthy bodies, unlike the usual norm of scrawny models. Supermodel Nigerian Oluchi is among the hotties.
Tickets for tomorrow's show cost R100 and are available at Computicket.