Durban July dresses have been revealed. Who are the best designers in Mzansi?"/>Yesterday we saw our favourite celebrities dazzling the Durban July. Today we take a look at their outfit designers.
Yesterday was the annual Durban July horse race in Mzansi. The celebrities arrived looking glammed up and ready to slay. Some had stunning clothes that were clearly the result of careful planning. When other famous people appeared, Mzansi began to doubt their commitment to the subjects.
Just as important as the Durban July, a horse racing event, is the fashion component. Show Me Some Honey was the theme for this year. Women dressed in a lot of gold to interpret the theme.
Thembi was donning a Scalo Designs pink shirt underneath her blazer and an all-pink suit. She had lace accents on her top. She wore normal jeans and a blazer that was heavily embellished. She wore floral-patterned shoes and a Louis Vuitton bag.
Thembi Seete at Durban July. Her suit was designed by Scalo. Image: Instagram/Thembi Seete
Bright flowers served as an inspiration for Scalo Designs. Bees are drawn to vivid blooms for nectar, as we all know. Their main source of inspiration was the way bees produce honey. Despite the fact that she wore a different dress than most, the concept is clear.
Jessica Jane, a fashion designer, created Minnie's outfit. She was dressed in a bodycon, midi-length, floral dress with a tiny slit. Additionally, Minnie was wearing white-framed sunglasses and a white fascinator. The presenter accessorized with a pearl necklace, white pearl earrings, and a white handbag.
Minnie Dlamini (left) at Durban July. Image: Instagram/Minnie Dlamini
Like Thembi Seete, her clothing clearly reflects a lot of thought. Many thought her attire was a little too simple for the occasion, but she killed it. The clothing' floral design was the designer's attempt to draw in bees.
Boity Thulo, a rapper and businessman, dazzled everyone at the occasion with a Keys Fashion House gown. The lace of her dress was embellished with sequin, bead, and rhinestone details. She's been named one of the stars with the greatest outfits at the event by many reviews. She "going for opulence and elegance," she said.
Boity at Durban July. She was dressed by Keys Fashion. Image: Twitter/Boity
Boity wore a honey costume. The garment had long, wide-open sleeves that had feather trimming around the borders. She also wore a gold crown that was the ideal complement to the golden embellishments on her dress.
Entrepreneur and public figure Ayanda Thabethe was wearing clothing from the Laart Neviole Emporium. She wore a figure-hugging outfit with extensive beadwork. It was corset-styled on the top, but the breast area reached her shoulders.
Ayanda Thabethe at Durban July. She was dressed by Laart Neviole Emporium. Image: Instagram/Ayanda Thabethe
Despite wearing a silver dress with golden accents, she claimed that she was dressed like a honeycomb. She looked amazing in a dress that was more metallic than honey-themed.
Jessica Nkosi in a Namibian Designer Ruberto Scholtz’s dress. Image: Twitter/Channel 24
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