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    Cape Town Fashion Week Rescheduled by AFI

    As the temperatures cool down and a new season kicks in, the fashion world in South Africa is gearing up for a thrilling season of style with the arrival of fashion week.

    April and May mark the peak of fashion week season, with South African Fashion Week and African Fashion International (AFI) stealing the spotlight.

    Usually, these fashion powerhouses host two dazzling events each year – one in April/May for the autumn/winter collections and another in October/November for the spring/summer showcases.

    Cape Town Fashion Week Rescheduled by AFI, EntertainmentSA News South Africa
    Image: GQ South Africa

    While AFI typically unveils its autumn/winter collections in the chic streets of Cape Town and the spring/summer stunners in vibrant Joburg, plans for Cape Town Fashion Week have hit a little bump in the road.

    In a move to keep pace with the ever-changing fashion scene, Africa Fashion International (AFI) is shaking things up with a strategic revamp of its iconic Fashion Week events. This exciting evolution means that Cape Town Fashion Week 2024 is getting a makeover and will be rescheduled for later this year.

    “With our stellar 17-year track record of nurturing African design talent and launching them onto the global runway, AFI is leading the way in redefining our Fashion Week events,” announced the organization.

    Cape Town Fashion Week Rescheduled by AFI, EntertainmentSA News South Africa
    Image: African Fashion International

    This shift in schedule for Cape Town Fashion Week is all part of the master plan to propel African fashion to even greater heights. Stay tuned as the new dates for AFI Cape Town Fashion Week are set to be announced soon, promising a fresh wave of style and creativity.

    Main image: African Fashion International

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