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Cape Town Resort Collections 2022 fashion showcase at the Zeitz

The fourth iteration of the Cape Town Resort Collections recently took place at the Zeitz Mocaa Museum at the V&A Waterfront on Saturday, 10 December. The iconic Zeitz Mocaa, the largest museum of contemporary art in Africa, created a dramatic backdrop for the fashion show.

Presented by Pick n Pay, the designers included Gavin Rajah, MaXhosa Africa, Thula Sindi, Imprint, Maze Collective, Taibo Bacar, Fundudzi, Matte Nolim. Former FutureWear winner Julia Buchanan, an initiative that supports South Africa’s up-and-coming creatives, showed for the third time and the Cape Town Resort Collections closed with the new summer range from Gavin Rajah x Pick n Pay Clothing.

Fashion Director Tania Durand was spotted wearing a Ruff Tung black and grey dress with a belt with a classic black blazer draped over her shoulders and gold heels. “The Cape Town Resort Collections was a beautifully crafted fashion event that left me excited for what's to come in 2023.”

Content Producer Farah Khalfe wore Zara wide-leg pants paired with a plain black tank and a sheer zebra print top with a front-tie detail with a Bottega Green style handbag.

Read on to see our favourite looks from the Resort Collections,


Gavin Rajah Atelier opened the show with denim, corsets, a crafted yellow and orange feather cape and beaded evening wear.

Image: Simon Deiner / SDR/ Group of Creatives


MaXhosa Africa featured pleated vibrant print dresses, skirts and bucket hats in their signature print knitwear.

Image: Simon Deiner / SDR/ Group of Creatives


A collection with sleek jumpsuits, luxurious yellow and pink draped satin dresses with high slits, and zebra prints.

Image: Simon Deiner / SDR/ Group of Creatives


Mozambican designer Taibo Bacar had belted undulating dresses, some in soft pastels, some sheer and others in a blue print.

Image: Simon Deiner / SDR/ Group of Creatives


“This collection was inspired by my recent travels to Ghana,” said designer Craig Jacobs. “There are so many interesting shapes and colours that come through in the architecture seen in Accra.”

Image: Simon Deiner / SDR/ Group of Creatives

by Tamar Hayden

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