- Fashion designer Sandi Mazibuko was at the recent Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks
- She showcased her Nguni Print Collection for the first time
- The collection features elements from the Nguni cultures
Durban-based fashion designer Sandi Mazibuko recently showcased her stunning Nguni Print Collection at the Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks.
The collection features elements from Nguni cultures, Fashion Week Online reports. These include Zulu, Xhosa, and Ndebele.
Briefly.co.za learned that Sandi showcased her collection through her fashion brand, FabroSanz Creations.
In an interview, Sandi explained that her print collection was inspired by South African cultures:
The print represents South Africa as a country because of all the colours which can also found in the South African national flag.
In a recent Facebook post, Sandi celebrated her participation in the Milan Fashion Week.
She also shared a video of a model showcasing one of her designs from the collection. She touted it as a celebration of Heritage Day, adding that she was taking South Africa to the world.
Sandi's designs are in demand across the world, not just in South Africa.
W24.com reports that in 2016, stars of the popular Empire TV series bought her clothes at a private function in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
Models also posted photos of themselves on Instagram showing off their Nguni prints.
Sandi shared a backstage pic of some of the models at the Milan Fashion Week.
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