Traffic Clothing will be previewing winter's trends at its Winter Collection Fashion Show to be held at The Loop Nightclub on 23 March, 2012. Key trends include: precious metal, Native American, leather, charmed, and colour blocking.
Precious metal: everything that glitters, from sequins to disco, gold and grunge. Native American Navajo tribe: inspired by prints and patterns of the Native American culture. Leather: leather is back. Traffic brings you leather from head to toe, iInspired by Rihanna's S&M trend. Charmed: is all about going back to basics. When economic times are tough, life is simplified. Colour blocking: welcome back to one of fashion's biggest, boldest and loudest trends.
Models by 20management will be transformed into Traffic Clothing goddesses with the help of Kavanagh's Hair Studio, Kohl Make-up and Traffic Clothing's very own fashion guru, Gareth Botha.
Goodie bag for first 50
Guests will be greeted upon arrival with canapés served by Café le Chocolatier, while being treated to the sounds of Monique Pascall. The first 50 ladies through the door will receive a goodie bag filled with some fabulous items. Spot prizes will also be up for grabs, including a night's stay plus breakfast in the deluxe suite at The Pepper Club. Top Billing finalist Tamika will then commence the evening as the guest MC.
For those who are keen on partying through the night, The Loop will also be hosting the Traffic Fashion Show after party that will be open to the public at a cost of R50. Artists performing at the party will include Vanessa Holliday.
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