Traditional African culture continues to be a driving force in fashion moving into Fall/Winter 2012. South Africa’s Laduma Ngxokolo’s designs represent the trend in its truest form - knitwear inspired by Ngxokolo’s Xhosan heritage, produced in Cape Town from material dyed and woven locally. 

Traditional African culture continues to be a driving force in fashion moving into Fall/Winter 2012. South Africa’s Laduma Ngxokolo’s designs represent the trend in its truest form - knitwear inspired by Ngxokolo’s Xhosan heritage, produced in Cape Town from material dyed and woven locally. 

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