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      Home > Countries > South Africa fashion directory

On this page we present South African designers, South African fashion houses, fashion companies, South African clothing brands, South African fashion labels, South African wholesalers, South African retailers, boutiques, South African fashion stores, South African online shops. From this page you will also learn more about important events for South African fashion and you will find other business resources.

VM benches
VM benches
The best manufactures of quality outdoor furniture, coffee tables and benches for pups as well as restaurants supplied to the public and businesses.
Hits:634,   Registered 07-01-2016, Country: South Africa 
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Vicky Halfanja Rupping
Vicky Halfanja Rupping
Vicky Halfanja Rupping is a knitwear, leather and accessories fashion label. Our philosophy is innovation, luxurious and unique. Each garment is handmade in South Africa. Details and quality are key in all designs.
Hits:1374,   Registered 28-05-2014, Country: South Africa 
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Passion4Fashion - Marisela Veludo - Fashion Designer
Passion4Fashion - Marisela Veludo - Fashion Designer
Passion4Fashion is a fashion design and dress making company based in Benoni in the Eastrand. Within our home based boutique we are dedicated at giving you a personalized and professional service based on perfection.
Hits:1968,   Registered 13-02-2014, Country: South Africa 
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Style36 Mens and Womens Fashion Store
Style36 Mens and Womens Fashion Store
Style36 have a large selection of womens and mens fashion online. Products categories include clothing, shoes and accessories.
Hits:1023,   Registered 10-06-2013, Country: South Africa 
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The Nails House
The Nails House
We supply nail art, nail polish, nail treatments in fact anything to do with nails. Nails are our specialty.
Hits:794,   Registered 29-04-2013, Country: South Africa 
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Pretty Dresses
Pretty Dresses
Dress them up or dress them down, the item that always says it's summer is the pretty dresses. Think quirky skater, fitted bodycons, printed maxis and glitzy prom dresses.
Hits:1239,   Registered 18-01-2013, Country: South Africa 
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Bella Capelli Hairstylists
Bella Capelli Hairstylists
Located in Bedfordview, if you are looking for a relaxed atmosphere to get you hair and nails done then come and see us. The salon`s location provides easy access and secure parking for all of our clients. We specialise in cutting and styling.
Hits:862,   Registered 11-09-2011, Country: South Africa 
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South African Fashion Week
Fashion has the power to bring about changes that can have a substantial impact on our economic and social lives. A key element in the success of the Creative Fashion Design Industry within a country is the “luxury, ready-to-wear” collections created by designers. This creates wealth and employment for the full value chain, from the textile designer right through to the service sector.
We need to recognise the myriad of ways in which the fashion industry impacts both society and the economy. The support and development of local designers and manufacturers forms a crucial step in the development of an industry that plays a noteworthy role in the economy at large.
In the Creative Fashion Industry all designers must invent their own work and at the same time their own enterprise. They must design and create clothes for everyday life and not only for important occasions which are increasingly few and far between.
Highlighting the impact that fashion industries have on economies across the globe, Giorgio Armani, one of the most affluent designers, has amassed a fortune of $ 9.9 billion with the Armani brand. Ralph Lauren is currently positioned at $ 7 Billion, and Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana at $ 1, 65 billion each.
The German textile merchant, Karl Albrecht and his family have accumulated the worth of $ 19.3 billion through the platform of fashion and retail. Even as a relatively “unknown” merchant to industry-outsiders, it is evident that the magnitude of scope within the industry is huge, and the affect it has on a country’s economy is significant.
Primarily, we need to create a culture of excellence, whereby design reflects the wellbeing of the wearer, and the high-quality in each garment cultivates the quality of everyday life.
Vivienne Westwood, renowned British Designer and outspoken advocate of conscious consumption and human rights, embraces a mantra which SA Fashion Week identifies with – “buy less, choose well.” It is this sentiment that raises awareness for the environment and encourages consumers to select well-made, high quality pieces that last a lifetime. We are living in an age when needs have been dispensed with. In all aspects of life, we are confronted with multiple choices. This means that we must be more discerning when it comes to choosing quality, and in doing so, engaging with our surroundings through understanding and knowledge.
South African designers are talented and capable, and as such have the right to a place in the history of culture and fashion. This talent, however, exists in a “single client-oriented” way and that is what we need to turn around – designers need to become aware of the power of the middle luxury market, and how they can tap into that without losing their individuality and originality.
We need to learn that a precise, unbiased and inquisitive eye is just as important as breaking with the past to create something new. Designing a specific product, creating new identities constantly season by season is becoming more and more important. After all, brands need continuity, while fashion means constant change.
Designers have the power to not only lead the country in Fashion Design but to create thousands of jobs. Designers need to take responsibility for their own future and succeed their businesses.

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