- Project Runway SA launch took place on Thursday evening and it was an amazing evening
- Ndalo Media CEO Khanyi Dhlomo stated that SA showed off some amazing talent
- Attendees got to see the first episode before it aired on national TV
South Africa’s fashion family made their way to Pretoria to participate in the celebrations of the launch of Project Runway SA. This fashion design show will debut on Mzansi Magic shortly.
All those attending the launch on Thursday night were part of the glitz and glamour. The first episode of the show was enjoyed by all.
The show will be hosted by former Live AMP presenter Lerato Kganyago. Rahim Rawjee and Noni Gasa will be among the judges, reported Tines Live.
Ndalo Media CEO Khanyi Dhlomo said South Africa had impressive design talent and the show will prove that. The show is an American reality show focusing on fashion design.
The show will be engaging, informative and entertaining. It’s all about talent and pushing creative beyond the boundaries.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the contestants come up against each other to create designs within limited time, material and themes. Once time is up the article of clothing is judged by a panel when either one or more designers are eliminated from the show on a weekly basis.
Project Runway SA said the competitors would have the privileged of be mentored by on of South Africa’s award-winning designers Gert-Johan Coetzee.
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Coming to the end of the season, only a few contestant will remain. The finalists then have to prepare a complete fashion collection for New York Fashion Week. From this the winner will be chosen.
With the South African version, contestants will battle it out for place at Paris Fashion Week.
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