Supporting local designers and showing their talent to my readers from all over the world is one of the main goals of this blog. I have always been amazed by the talent in South Africa, which has its own unique flavor and style. It´s something very different from I have seen in other countries.
Last week I have the pleasure of meeting local Muslim designer Waseefa Hutton and her emporium Hse of Bespoke. Apart from being sweet and beautiful, she is also extremely talented. She started showcasing her collections at My Space. After seeing the positive response from the public, she decided to open her own store located at 44 Stanley, Johannesburg. Waseefa doesn't design only for women of her same ethnicity. Being part of a very cosmopolitan city has made her designs transcend race, cultural beliefs and age.
I am wearing one of Waseefa designs from The Minimalist Collection. A beautiful tailored cape and skinny pants made in Cotton Satten. I chose silver leather shoes to give it a nice contrast and enhance the blue of the outfit.
What do you think about this look? Isn´t it beautiful?
To see more of Hse of Bespoke range, visit: http://hseofbespoke.com
I am wearing:
Cape: Hse of Bespoke Emporium
Pants: Hse of Bespoke Emporium
Shoes: House of Cinnamon (Available at Hse of Bespoke Emporium)
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