South African award-winning fashion designer Rich Mnisi walked his signature mini skirts for men on the streets of Milan in Italy for the Milan Fashion Week which took place from 21 to 27 September. The fashion label Rich Mnisi was founded by Rich Funani Mnisi and it is known for it's appropriate limits in intencity priced clothing that celebrities like Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung are often seen parading in around town.
The unconventional designer seeks to push conventional fashion boundaries and has done exactly that. In June this year, he trended on Twitter after he was seen wearing a mini skirt which left little to the imagination. In a picture posted in his Instagram account, he is seen wearing what looks like a white leather mini skirt with a matching coat and no coat. He also matched the outfit with a layered chain, sunglasses and Prada sneakers.
"Rich Mnisi takes us on a journey of self-discovery in SS22. This collection, Mafamba Xeke, finds it's inspiration in a microscopic view of Bumba's purge, made up of cells that, like so many others, split apart to multiply. Pain on the outside, pain on the inside, discomfort everywhere," wrote Mnisi on his Facebook page.
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