And it all came to an end people.

Day 4 of LFDW was definitely one to remember with all the amazing and talented designers having their showcase on the runway to the beautiful audience in their own personal style.

Here are 5 of some of the most eye catching showcase of the night.

GERT JOHAN COETZEE

Gert-Johan Coetzee was born in Koster in South Africa’s North-West province in 1987. Fashion was in his blood since his earliest days; he was making dresses as early as eight years old. At 16 he left high school to enrol in the Northwest School of Design in Klerksdorp, North-West, to focus his attention on the business of fashion.  Coetzee is one of South Africa’s most popular and successful designers having dressed the likes of Toke Makinwa, Bonang Matheba, Kelly Rowland and many more.

ONALAJA

Onalaja is a contemporary womenswear brand. ​​The label was founded by Kanyinsola Onalaja following her graduation from Istituto Marangoni in 2014. She has worked for Christopher Kane and is known for her high-craft experimentalism, is a millennial to watch out for.

 

MO AGUSTO

Motunrayo Agusto. Agusto is the brand owner and designer of Mo Agusto. After studying economics at the University of Nottingham, she decided to delve into fashion design so she studied related courses at the University of the Arts, London. Now she is successfully building her brand day by day as one of the best luxurious womenswear brand.

 

MEENA

Uju Offiah, young emerging designer and artistic director from womanswear label Meena. MEENA, a modern, contemporary womanswear label launched 5 years ago, belongs to a group of  the (African) continents millenials who are locally producing and designing fashion that is steadily making its mark on the global fashion scene.

 

KIKI KAMANU

Kiki Kamanu of the self named label says she began her journey into fashion at the age of 11 when she starteD revitalizing her twin sister’s clothes, and now, decades after, she has become one of the biggest names in the fashion industry to come out of African.

Photo Credits: Kola Oshalusi (Insigna)

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