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Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show

| 14 Nov 2012 10:09
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
Traffic Clothing Summer Fashion Show
On the evening of the 9th of November, Traffic Clothing showcased what they will have to offer this summer in store. Guests feasted their eyes on bright tropical and neon colours, denim outfits, sexy swimwear and even the ever so stylish, black and white.

On arrival guests enjoyed welcome drinks and delicious canapés from Café Magnifico while being treated to the sensational sounds from DJ Kirsti Hugo. MC for the evening, the beautiful Leigh-Anne Williams, Expresso presenter and Good Hope FM news reader opened up the show for the evening. The hip-hop and break-dancers from Unit Bboys entertained guests during intervals with their astounding moves and incredible dance talent. Various prizes from Relax and Rejuvenate, NuMetro Canal Walk, Kavanaghs' Hairdressing and Traffic Clothing were also given away.

The models from 20Management were transformed into Traffic Clothing goddesses by Kohl Make-up, Kavanaghs Hairdressing and Traffic Clothing's very own fashion guru, Gareth Botha and assistant Shelby Bosman.
    
 
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