A futuristic collection by Mo Creations & Couture that was showcased at the Durban Fashion Fair.
Photo: Thobile Mazibuko
A futuristic collection by Mo Creations & Couture that was showcased at the Durban Fashion Fair. Photo: Thobile Mazibuko
Sitha Kentane at Day 2 of the Durban Fashion Fair at the Durban ICC.
Photo: Thobile Mazibuko
Sitha Kentane at Day 2 of the Durban Fashion Fair at the Durban ICC. Photo: Thobile Mazibuko
One of the attendees in a fashionable red suit attending Day 2 of the Durban Fashion Fair at the Durban ICC.
Photo: Thobile Mazibuko
One of the attendees in a fashionable red suit attending Day 2 of the Durban Fashion Fair at the Durban ICC. Photo: Thobile Mazibuko
Brian Lehong looks dapper in a blue suit at the Durban Fashion Fair.
Photo: Thobile Mazibuko
Brian Lehong looks dapper in a blue suit at the Durban Fashion Fair. Photo: Thobile Mazibuko
DURBAN - The Durban Fashion Fair which falls under the umbrella of the Durban Business Fair will be showcasing some of the upcoming fashions in both South Africa and the African continent. 

The four-day event will be hosting seminars and workshops for the participants of the fashion as well as a panel discussion that will cover topics like the business of fashion and the building a fashion brand.  Radio and television personality Anele Mdoda was the host of the panel discussion.

More than 40 South African designers are set to take the stage for the Durban Fashion Fair while 9 international designers will be showcasing their designs too. The international designers come from countries like Ghana, Cameroon and Nigeria. 

This year, the theme for the 2018 Durban Fashion Fair is Afrofuturism. 

On Saturday night is the DFF Recognition Awards where awards like Best Ladies’ Wear Collection and the Best Menswear Collection will be up for grabs. 

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