Rubaya Tapiwanashe

The Vodacom Durban July racecourse is viewed as Africa’s biggest,most followed race course and attended event in the continent .
With most of the audiences are ashionistas from different continents across the globe,as they will be showcasing their garments which are designed by extraordinary designers.
However for this year,the event was different compared to other 123 events,counting also the year when the event was postponed.
This year,spectators of both the racecourse and the fashion event.
Were not allowed in the auditorium of the event,due to the COVID 19 Pandemic,restrictions.
However designers where given an opportunity to showcase some of their garments,as per tradition .
Under the theme Butterfly In My Tummy’.
Durban Fashion Fair Designers who included Zama Gumede,Wilson Mukeya,Duke Mngadi,Njabulo Mlambo.
They turned the event into being colourful through their garments.
The event which was held last week,was not held during its traditional day which is the first Friday of the month of July.

By Rubaya Tapiwanashe

Rubaya Tapiwanashe

The Vodacom Durban July racecourse is viewed as Africa’s biggest,most followed race course and attended event in the continent .
With most of the audiences are ashionistas from different continents across the globe,as they will be showcasing their garments which are designed by extraordinary designers.
However for this year,the event was different compared to other 123 events,counting also the year when the event was postponed.
This year,spectators of both the racecourse and the fashion event.
Were not allowed in the auditorium of the event,due to the COVID 19 Pandemic,restrictions.
However designers where given an opportunity to showcase some of their garments,as per tradition .
Under the theme Butterfly In My Tummy’.
Durban Fashion Fair Designers who included Zama Gumede,Wilson Mukeya,Duke Mngadi,Njabulo Mlambo.
They turned the event into being colourful through their garments.
The event which was held last week,was not held during its traditional day which is the first Friday of the month of July.

By Rubaya Tapiwanashe