David Tlale has taken to the streets to debut his Spring/Summer collection during New York Fashion Week in a rather unconventional runway show.
The fashion designer decided to literally stop traffic by holding his shown in the middle of the show to capture the true essence of street style.
David wanted to have New York City as the backdrop to his shows and chose Times Square and the Highline, a railway line which has been converted into a park as the venues for his runways.
Briefly.co.za previously learned that the fashion designer was chosen to be an ambassador for Courvoisier and to represent Mzansi in NYC alongside Bonang Matheba and Anatii.
The title for David’s collection was ‘Azania’ and it was inspired by New York City, so he could not think of a better place to unveil his new line.
The Daily Sun reports that he also took inspiration from New Yorkers’ busy lifestyle and it is known as the city that never sleeps for a reason.
David has been sharing pictures from his show with his followers on Instagram and fashionistas are going crazy over the pastel colours and flowing silhouettes which are perfect for the new season.
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