Not Another Fashion Show

by | Mar 11, 2020 | Latest News

The 1000D Festival of Art takes to the catwalk on Saturday 28 March at Victoria Yards from 10h00 to 14h30 with fashion collaboration like no other. Not Another Fashion Show is a heady concoction of art, installation, fabric, fashion and sustainability.

Stage Sponsorship by etfSA.co.za

A new stage has been added to the 1000D line up! On this platform, with thanks to sponsorship from etfSA.co.za, we’re presenting this amazing show as well as an art auction with GOLIATH AND GOLIATH on Sunday 29 March. ETFsa are a fabulous sponsor to have on board with their exciting, fully digital ETF investment platform, the ETFsa Investor Hub, also being launched in March 2020. etfSA.co.za is the home of Exchange Traded Funds, an internet-based information and transaction website providing cost-efficient solutions for investors. Check it out if you wish to discover, understand, manage and profit from the world of Exchange Traded Products.

“We have created an experience that is educational, thought provoking and which encourages the audience to become curious and excited about what they wear.”

– Isabelle Lotter, Designer for SIES!isabelle

Aesthetically Intriguing Fashion

Without giving too much away, think ritualistic dance, live garment creation, graffiti clothing design and elevating fashion though performance.

The Design Collaborators are:

SIES!isabelle

SIES!isabelle

SIES!isabelle – A fashion storyteller designing clothing that compliments, rather than eclipses.

HerRitual

HerRitual

HerRitual – Ready-to-wear clothing which is strongly inspired by elements of nature.

Klipa

Klipa

Klipa – 100% home grown contemporary fashion in collaboration with Moving into Dance who embody a world where people of all races dance together.

Clive Rundle

Clive Rundle

Clive Rundle – Global fashion constructionist whose work transcends possibility and imagination. Clive and his team are working with Hloni Khalo and, showcasing a new performance entitled, Johannesburg Rain Dance.

UJ Fashion Students

UJ Fashion Students

UJ Fashion Students –The UJ third-year fashion team is showing their new design collection called Sustained Memory, integrating social design, creativity and self-identity, narrating stories from existing drawings, doodles, photographs, paintings, and sketches onto re-fabricated calico.

Wrapt

Wrapt

Wrapt – The creators of quality knitted garments which fall firmly into the slow fashion, loved forever, movement.

STRING_Z, Denim Meets Wool & Wrapt

STRING_Z, Denim Meets Wool & Wrapt

Denim Meets Wool, Wrapt and STRING_Z are doing a collaboration. They are a collaboration of visionaries who up-cycle fabrics with a focus on recycling the materials which companies throw away. 

SawSee

SawSee

SawSee – Bespoke tops for every kind of woman, because you deserve to be unique. 

Khukhutsi Children’s Swimwear

Khukhutsi Children’s Swimwear

Khukhutsi Children’s Swimwear – Inspired by the culture of the ancient Khoekhoen people of Southern Africa, Khukhutsi is a children’s swimwear range which uses a combination of storytelling, children’s drawings and professional design elements.

Murano Studios

Murano Studios

Murano Studios – Elegant, hand crafted items made into tokens of sentiment – their glass beads and jewellery are “a moment captured in time.”

Graffitiville

Graffitiville

Graffitiville – Taking graffiti off the walls and making it a part of personal spaces and style.

Koop Studio

Koop Studio

Koop Studio – A collaborative African design journey from concept to customer. Koop Studio is situated at Victoria Yards together with Mpho Clothing and in collaboration with designers who have completed the EDCON Design Innovation Challenge.

Shweshwe Kidz

Shweshwe Kidz

Shweshwe Kidz – A children’s clothing brand, created from the love of traditional African Shweshwe Fabric. Shweshwe is 100% cotton and the pure calico has a unique touch, taste and smell.

De Mil

De Mil

De Mil was established by Coenraad De Mol in 1997 and moved into male-inspired gender-neutral clothing in 2007, taking a new-world approach to clothing. Coenraad caters to those who don’t have a place as well as those who choose not to be boxed-in by societal norms or conventions.

Beatrockers Academy of Dance

Beatrockers Academy of Dance

Coenraad De Mol is dressing the dancers from Beatrockers Academy of Dance who are passionate about promoting excellence in educating dancers, empowering the individual and elevating well-being.

Not Another Fashion Show will play, experiment and tell untold stories. Through creative collaboration we expand our knowledge, pool our resources and share. See you there.

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