Donning Erre. Picture: Dimpho Maja.
One of South Africa’s top glossy magazine, Truelove, hosted their very first fashion show, the Night of Style.

Held at Urban Tree, Kramerville on Thursday, August 23,  the first annual Night of Style was a huge success, with media, celebs, fashionistas, and sponsors bringing their A-fashion game at the glamorous event. 

To complement the exquisitely dressed guests, the venue was decorated with candle chandeliers, sparkling lights and of course, food and drinks were flowing. 

White shirtdress by Mnolim. Picture: Dimpho Maja. 

To kick off the show, Mnolim opened with showcased with their sassy, chic collection, followed by Soviet who presented cool T-shirts and denim. 

As expected, Rubicon didn’t disappoint, bringing classy couture to the runway. While we thought Mango had left the country, they made a U-turn with their check blazers, stylish suits, and smart dresses. 



Non-Basic brought a mixture of everything, from cocktail dresses, polka dots, summer dresses and floral jumpsuits. 

And for the career woman, Contempo showcased stylish formal wear of open back jumpsuits, sheer, and satin dresses.

Dune showed their exotic shoe range of glittery stilettos, animal print block heels, slides and pointed heels.  

Stylish sandals by Dune. Picture: Dimpho Maja. 

Zando did what they did best and slayed the street style, followed by Erre who showcased stunning summer hues. 

Designer duo, Quiteria & George brought drama to the runway with their chic gowns, with shades of green being dominant to their collection. 

Velvet meets ruffled sheer with Quiteria & George. Picture: Dimpho Maja. 

Black and red were the colours for Tsotetsi KL’s collection of baby dresses, fringing and ruffle maxi gowns. 

Gert Johan-Coetzee showcased stunning wedding gowns, red carpet-friendly dresses, and stylish fringing coats. 

To seal off the night, Lady Zamar entered the stage in a convertible Mazda 2 machine. She wowed the guests with her latest hits including Collide and Love is Blind. 

-IOL