SAFW took place at Sandton City from April 10-15. Picture: SAFW.
South African Fashion Week brought the trends for  menswear, as designers showcased some of their latest collections for the  spring-summer season. 

The Sandton  runway displayed bright print and floral patterns from  designers Palse and Ephymol, while newcomers Original Kasified  and Bayanda Makhathini delighted with their minimalist approach. 

Floral suit by Ephymol. Picture: SAFW. 


Ephymol brought monochrome and flower prints together. This collection is for the dapper man who’s all about leaving fashion statements. Part of it are formal shorts, stylish shirts in bold prints and smart jackets. 

Soft pink sweatshirt and candy blue shorts by Original Kasified. Picture: SAFW.

Original Kasified

Original Kasified create simple outfits with bold colours. Their soft pink sweatshirts and candy blue trousers or shorts, paired with neutral footwear, creates attires that can be both extraordinary and simple.

All-in-one jumpie by Palse. Picture: SAFW. 


Palse showcased a collection full of variety of prints and colours, making statement with silky pants and all-in-one jumpy with wide slit sleeves.

Looking stylish in Bayanda Makhathini. Picture: SAFW. 

Bayanda Makhathini

Makhathini’s vintage style is minimalistic yet fashion forward. The turtleneck tops can be worn with dark trousers and are unisex.  

Bright African print suit by Esnoko. Picture: SAFW. 


Esnoko brought tribal prints to life with his collection, through bright suits and printed trousers. African  prints paired with formal wear. 

-Saturday Star