The glamorous dresses worn by the likes of Bonang Matheba, Terry Pheto and Nandi Madida on red carpet events takes a lot of work.
They begin in the imagination of talented designers, who use celebrities as muses or brand ambassadors.
South African couture designer Orapeleng Modutle is currently in the forefront when it comes to dressing some of our leading ladies for his label, Orapeleng Modutle Style Avenue.
“I get to dress some of the country’s top celebrities, an…Continue
When Caroline Farrell and Sue Stephenson couldn’t find trendy but practical garments to cope with the UAE climate the Australians began designing and making their own. Both from Melbourne and each a mother to three children, they found strong demand from like-minded ladies and four years on run 2birds, a thriving fashion business that supplies selected stores and sells directly through pop-up shops at markets and public events. Ms Farrell, 48, and Ms Stephenson, 47, have been in Dubai for 10…Continue
The 29-year-old actress has joined forces with the French fashion house and will front the campaign for the brand's signature women's scent, which will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
And the blonde-haired beauty is "honoured" to represent the company and be a part of the luxury label's "journey and its legacy".
Speaking to WWD about her latest venture, the 'The Girl on the Train' star - who plays the role of Megan in the drama film - said: "It's an honour to be…Continue
When a bonafide style star gets engaged, you better believe that our minds instantly go to imagining the sure-to-be fashion-forward frock she'll wear on the big day. (That's after oohing and ahhing over the engagement bling, of course!) And rumor has it that the latest celeb who'll be taking her trendsetting style from the red carpet to the wedding aisle is none other than Rogue One actress Felicity Jones. Reportedly, the star just got engaged to her boyfriend Charles Guard and, despite the…Continue