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ANTICS Autumn/Winter Collection 2022/2023

About the Collection ANTICS Autumn/Winter 22/23 Collection, It's ideology of anti-fashion derived from the notion of antics subjective to a particular group, organization, phenomenom etc. The aim is to creatively disrupt these trends using prints, trade, design against themselves (BOLD).  This new collection reflects and embodies beauty and rawness of Africa. You will experience it with the bold color textures that reverberate elegance. Fabricated with satin, suede, organdy, leather on mesh and knit men's weat, which gives you more sheath, A-Line, extreme volume and dramatic shoulder wedge silhouette.  Times we live in now we hope that this collection will encourge everyone to have a Postive outlook to life and be inspired. 'God Bless' says David Tlale.  This collection is available for...

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David Tlale is one of the significant designers to have come out of South Africa. Known for his extravagant fashion shows and clothes, Opulence is his aesthetic. Launched his I'M M'I (GRAY) TION spring/summer 21/22 collection, on Friday the 17th at the prestigious Boschendal wine farm | Franchoek. Guests were quite literally wined and dined with no less than eight Boscheundal Cap Classique wines and a display of exquisite pieces, fabricated with silk, lace and luxury fabric sequins.

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David Tlale "Veterans Pursuit" Autumn/Winter 2021/22

Marshalltown, Johannesburg, 14 May 2021. The pandemic might have disrupted the fashion industry, but there were still no surprises plenty of people came ready to show off at House of David Tlale Fashion Showcase in celebration of Africa month on Thursday the 13th of May 2021 in Melrose Arch. This highly anticipated event was well received by loyal clients, the media, sponsors, friends and family of the brand and the overall global fashion circles through social media live streaming. The designer and creative director, David Tlale welcomed guests outside his high-end concept store in Melrose Arch where the registration and pre drinks took place with an entertaining choreography by a Tswana traditional dance group. Tlale upon opening the show thanked...

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