02 Apr LUMINANCE’S DRESSED TO GIVE DESIGNER PICKS.
One should always seize the opportunity to give from the goodness of one’s heart. This annotation was brought to realisation, just the other day when the super awesome people at Luminance sponsored a charity fashion show to gather proceeds for the benefit of women and children at risk and the Lupus Foundation South Africa. How divine? The event did not run short of the grand quality we have come to affiliate with the Luninance brand and the who’s who of the social beam pulled through in large numbers. In a addition to some stunningly styled designer brands from the Luminance strore(s) walking down the runway, famed local fashion designers who happen to retail at the designer destination retailer showcased some of their stuff and I have identified a few crushes of my own.
Fact: Thula Sindi’s Batik is the theme for many shopping inspirations.
Somehow, David Tlale managed to integrate metallic fluidity with a staunch firm futuristic and won my heart.
Erm… there just isn’t much way around the real love for ERE’s endearing white shift with a massive shoulder knot detail.
I have decided, I need a cardigan. More importantly, I need a Maxhosa By Laduma’s double-breast-button-up cardigan.
If there is a suit in my sights, it is definitely the all velvet suit in a shade of red I choose to best describe as an “I Must Bite Your Neck” as seen in the Row G showcase.
There is a defeating technique in the way Suzaan Heyns pulls at my heart whenever I see an intricate fold in her unquestionably gorgeous designs.