Day 3 of LFDW featured a diverse array of designers. From Mai Atafo’s bevy of bridal beauties to Loza Maléombho’s clash of prints and fringed details. Overall, the day exceeded our expectations with a grand proposal from designer Johnson-Johnson.
It’s almost the end of the year, but Andrea Iyamah’s SS17 collection transported us to spring with baby blue and pink hues and wedding guest worthy garments.
DNA by Iconic Invanity
The DNA by Iconic Invanity collection spoke volumes by using brightly colored hues and strategically placed cutouts to make a statement.
The Grey woman is bold and unafraid to make a statement, and the ethos of the brand resonated more than ever during the showing of the brand’s SS17 collection.
Fringe, fringe, and more fringe – the more, the merrier was the motto for the Lola SS17 collection.
The designer’s surprise proposal almost overshadowed his SS17 collection, but his menswear staples left the perfect impression on the night’s crowd.
A crowd favorite, Loza Maléombho’s designs captured the essence of her native Côte d’Ivoire.
MaXhosa By Laduma
The Xhosa-inspired knitwear collection stayed true to its roots by incorporating brightly colored tassels and prints.
The Nuraniya SS17 collection featured pastel colored hues sprinkled with a few classic silhouettes and colors.
Turbans, bright lips, and prints dominated the Omilua runway for the brand’s SS17 collection.
With her SS17 collection, Sophie Zinga’s choice to include intricate detailing reinvented her classic designs.
Weddings By Mai
Weddings By Mai’s grand finale was the perfect end of the LFDW day 3. The detail oriented presentation incorporated all the elements of a dream wedding.