Designers showcase stunning masterpieces

 Fashion Week of All Nations. PICS PHATSIMO KAPENG
Fashion Week of All Nations. PICS PHATSIMO KAPENG

While many local fashion designers and event organisors are focused on promoting letseise and clothes made from different African materials locally, there are some traditional attires they have left behind.

However, Fashion Week of All Nations organisors have put it upon themselves to host a fashion show that showcases the forgotten local traditional wear such as makgabe, phaeyana and or tshega. The fashion show was hosted at Cresta Lodge in Gaborone on Saturday. The first showcase was of Tlotlo Masheng, whose designs included a grey skirt with a brown drop and a chocolate crop top, grey dress, boobtube dress, grey at the bottom and dark chocolate top, open side shirt with trousers and shirt and trousers. On the other hand, Gosego Pitse showcased a royal blue with yellow and brown circled decoration dress inspired by Nigerian culture with the same material; trousers and shirt two piece Other designs, inspired by Masai culture clothes were made by Barbra Rapulane. They included dark coloured dress, mini dress with makagabe and a beautiful head, fish tail dress with brown leather top. Rachani Tumediso Gaborone also showcased her first debut.

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