Former beauty queen Lerato Kganyago to host new show Project Runway South Africa

Former beauty queen Lerato Kganyago to host new show Project Runway South Africa

“We live in a very visual time, and the clothes we choose to wear – and how we put them together - become a billboard of who we really are.”

Briefly.co.za learned from ZAlebs that many of us met her when she was Miss Soweto, and since then, she has grown as a successful media personality that features in fashion, radio and acting.

It has now been confirmed that Lerato is the new host of Project Runway SA.

“I am going to be encouraging the designers to cut out the noise and to follow their inner voice”, says Kganyago.

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“It feels as though it’s the perfect time for me to percolate my previous experience and expertise into a brand new vehicle. I’m looking forward to instilling that knowledge in the contestants as they embark on this exciting journey and to being part of the trailblazing production that’s giving emerging design talent the time to shine,”shared Lerato.

To add to her new position as show host she is also on the cover of June cover of Elle magazine.

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In a statement released about the show, Lerato said the timing was perfect.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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