Cape Town welcomed the oldest horse racing event, the Sun Met on 27 January 2018 at the Kenilworth Racecourse.
This prestigious event, boasted a list of exciting entertainment, gourmet food, and wonderful activities leaving each guest delighted and excited about what was next!
The theme for this year was ‘style ahead of the field’, and guests had the opportunity to explore prints, fabrics and colours inspired by Africa.
One of the main attractions were the fashion shows, which showcased various well known SA designers inclusive of Imprint ZA, Khosi Nkosi, Ri.Ch, Factory, and House of Ole.
Imprint ZA designer Mzukizi was also one of the prize sponsors and his range included relaxed sets for men in his signature prints and feminine, flowy silhouettes for women. Mzuki looked dapper in his Imprint green suit!
The Sun Met also gave local designers opportunities to sell their brands in the ‘Fashion Marquee’ and owners of Dejavu Clothing, sisters Lerato Mohlala and Tuneka Sukazi enjoyed the brand exposure.
Dejavu Clothing,Lerato Mohlala and Tuneka Sukazi
Another highlight was the red carpet, where VIPs and celebrities travelled from all across South Africa and dazzled onlookers in their exceptional attire. They included Miss SA Ade Van Heerden, Blue Mbombo, celeb chef Siba and Brian Mtobgana, Minnie Dlamini, Usain Bolt, just to name a few.
Zizipho Buti, Siseko Thomas
VIPs were further entertained in the Glenvliet Jazztown Marquee by saxophonist Donvino and the jazz band while enjoying fine dining.
Apart from the VIPs and celebrities, the general public certainly did not disappoint. Amongst the best-dressed guests were Zizipho Buti and Siseko Thomas dressed by Uba Collections, Leon Payne dressed in Charthu Fashions, Chanelle Le Roux, and Sesethu Nzunzu.
The day ended with an after party, and boasted live performances by Mi Casa, Vin D., Euphonik, DJ Zinhle, and DJ Kent.
Well done GH Mumm and the official Sun Met for hosting an exceptional event.