Memories From The GTBank Fashion Weekend 2018
Although, GTBank Fashion Weekend came on November 11th, 2018 and left the following day, its memories are still fresh in the minds of every fashion enthusiast leaving one with no choice but to anticipate subsequent editions.
Below are some of the looks from the GTBank Fashion Weekend runway
Adama Paris’s collection featured pieces made from soft shades of pink, plastic corsets, tulle hems and shoulders.
Ituen Basi’s collection named ‘Jaga Jaga’ opened the runway of the GTB fashion weekend 2018. As Fela’s music rented the air, models rocked the catwalk.
Clive Rundle’s collection aimed at celebrating the African continent. It mixed and matched African prints and had ‘Afrika’ boldly emblazoned on the dresses.
Ji Won Choi’s collection featured recycled airport luggage tags and wide-brimmed hats.
Gozel Green’s collection comprised deconstructed denim, asymmetric cuts and cascading frills. The models walked the runway wearing crocs and bobs.
Sukeina’s collection had bejeweled head fringes and sheer lace for the sexy and confident woman.
Taibo Bacar’s collection had models looking regal in chiffon, satin and bejeweled hairbands. Taibo sunglasses, belts, and bags also complemented their looks. Elegance was the theme of this collection.
Gert-Johan Coertzee’s collection was created with sequins, denim, fringes, metallics, scarf prints and velvet.
David Tlale’s collection closed the first day of the show. The designs paid tribute to Winnie Mandela and had holographic fabrics with flamboyant cuts.
Romeo Hunte thrilled the audience with sexy athleisure wears.
Photo Credit: @GTBank