Reflecting on “Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity”

Made You Look was, for me, an exhibition of historical significance as much as anything else. Curated by Ekow Eshun, the exhibition charted the work of several photographers who had been drawn to shooting black male subjects – subjects who expressed personal integrity, identity and freedom through fashion.

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Sartorial Freedom & Religious Symbolism

'The Crown' debut at the South African Fashion Week Spring/Summer 18 collections, as one of the most sartorial intricate collections SAFW has seen since its founding in the late 90's. Surface analysis could easily box and package it as an attention seeking collection with a slight chance of sparking a bit of controversy but that's just swimming on the shallow ends of understanding creativity.

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