Iridescence

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Lukhanyo Mdingi’s ‘Iridescence’ collection, part of his final thesis titled “Avant Garde Menswear: A Challenge to South African Fashion“. Lukhanyo was inspired by holographic tones and dome-like silhouettes. “My aim was to incorporate an unconventional material, mylar, as well as using craft techniques and innovation as a means to achieve of achieving Avant Garde aesthetics.” – said the designer.
Model – Sanele Xaba – Pure Management
Photographer: Travys Owen

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