Day two of SA Fashion Week (SAFW) started with a stunning swimwear cruise collection by Beach Cult. In yellow, black, green, blue and white, the collection can be paired with matching coverups to create statement look.
Beach Cult SS18. Picture: SAFW.
For the sophisticated fashionable woman, Judith Atelier presented wide leg cropped pants, wrap dresses, stylish all-in- one jumpsuits and pantsuits with matching tops , all in red, white and a touch of dusty pink.
Beautiful red dress by Judith Atelier. Picture: SAFW.
Raising the flag high was Loayo Art & Creations who presented a bright collection of silk and sheer garments in rainbow colours.
WATCH: Rainbow art strokes collection by Loayo Art & Creations
Mantsho by Palesa Mokubung showcased a collection that represents the modern African woman, taking inspiration from Nigerian and Tsonga culture. Geles, handbags, bright sunglasses, beautiful earrings and peplum figure dresses were part of this collection.
WATCH: Africa united with Mantsho by Palesa Mokubung
Durban University of Technology students showcased t he Rise of the Oxx - a unique collection of emojis, heavy wool, graffiti, and a whole lot more.
Other designers who showcased last night include Helon Melon, Amanda Laird Cherry, Sun Goddess and Erre.
WATCH: Elegant collection by Erre
SAFW continues today and tonight’s lineup includes; Black Coffee, Ephymol, Gert-Johan Coetzee, Rubicon, African Style Story, T Niche, Isabel De Villiers, and Mmuso Maxwell.