Fri, May 19|
Cultural Style Week South Africa Launch Event
Come and be a part of our official Cultural Style Week South Africa launch hosted by our South Africa Brand Ambassador Sinako Nyombolo. This event is supported by South Africa Arts And Culture.
Time & Location
May 19, 10:00 AM GMT+2
Cape Town, D.F. Malan St, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
About the event
Come and be a part of our official Cultural Style Week South Africa launch hosted by our South Africa Brand Ambassador Sinako Nyombolo.
The spectacular event will celebrate the many expressions of South African cultural fashion and beauty and will include cultural performances, fashion shows, trader stalls and more!
Come and view a visual display of exciting cultural fashion by Umbaco who will be showcasing traditional South Africa clothing, modern afro inspired clothing by Mqombothi and a traditional Senegalese fashion showcase.
Before and after the main show there will be exhibition stands with cultural fashion, accessories, hair and beauty items and so much more that you can purchase and wear for Cultural style week and beyond. Exhibitors include:
- Umbaco African Clothing line - add what they will be selling
- Mqombothi African Clothing line
- Senegal Fashion
- Mqombothi Africa
- Clareb Accessories
- Thabo Mokgeta African Clothing line
- Senegal Fashion
- Cool Tabs
- Faithfully Yours
- David leather
- Sinan creatives
- Indwe designs
- And Igugu Lentokazi African wines for delicious wine tasting!
Performers on the day will include:
- Phillipi Arts Dance Group
- I Themba Labantu Marimba Dance Group
- Lucky Stars Traditional Dance group
- STROYER by Anovuyo Tyatya
- L.B.K hip hop group
- Nzuzo Limba - Poet
Address: Artscape Theatre Centre, D.F. Malan St, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
Doors open at 10am
This event has been made possible due to support from Artscape Theatre Centre and The City of Cape Town Arts and Culture Branch in South Africa. The event is being delivered in partnership with the Idwala Lethu Foundation, LLTraditions and Black Management Forum.