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  1. A model displays a creation made from plastic spoons during a fashion competition at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July. Photo: Rogan Ward
  2. A model displays a creation made from recycled materials during a fashion competition at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July.. Photo: Rogan Ward
  3. A model displays a creation made from recycled materials during a fashion competition at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July. Photo: Rogan Ward
  4. Durban model Zama Magwaza at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July in a Roman Handt design - a carbon-neutral Mango-inspired dress constructed from recycled offcut fabric and used marketing materials. The dress was created entirely by hand. Photo: Mariola Biela
  5. Presenter Liezel van der Westhuizen at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July. Photo: Shelley Kjonstad
  6. Fashion at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July grabbed attendees' attention.
  7. DJ Bongz and DJ Tira at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July.
  8. Attendees at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July.
  9. Fashion at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July grabbed attendees' attention.
  10. Designer David Tlale and Bridgett Masinga at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July.
  11. Chili M of UKhozi FM with a guest at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July.
  12. Zandile Masondo of UKhozi FM with Thembi Vundla at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July. Photo: Gugu Mqadi
  13. Fashion at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July grabbed attendees' attention, with David Tlale, centre, among those turning heads with his designs. Photo:THOKOZANI NDLOVU
  14. Fashion at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July grabbed attendees' attention. Photo: THOKOZANI NDLOVU
  15. Fashion at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July grabbed attendees' attention. Photo:THOKOZANI NDLOVU
  16. The fashion at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July grabbed attendees' attention. Photo: THOKOZANI NDLOVU
  17. Fashion at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July grabbed attendees' attention. Photo: THOKOZANI NDLOVU
  18. Fashion at the 2012 Vodacom Durban July grabbed attendees' attention. Photo:THOKOZANI NDLOVU
 

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