Best of the red car­pet

The lo­cal style scene has been great all year round and we’ve seen more great fash­ion than bad. Tak­ing a look at those who slayed at ev­ery oc­ca­sion, from awards shows to horse rac­ing days, Gugulethu Mh­lungu rounds up a few of our best-dressed lo­cal per­son

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1 BO­NANG MATH­EBA Me­dia per­son­al­ity Bo­nang Matheba con­tin­ued her red car­pet slay this year. Fab­u­lous out­fits in­cluded her white L’Or­marins Queen’s Plate jump­suit, her stun­ning ca­nary-yel­low Vo­da­com Dur­ban July dress (pic­tured), her cerise Metro FM fish­tail gown, her black, em­bel­lished jump­suit at the MTV Africa Mu­sic Awards and her fairy tale wed­ding dress for the SA Style Icon Awards. 2 TERRY PHETO Film pro­ducer, ac­tress and busi­ness­woman Terry Pheto has a sim­ple and so­phis­ti­cated red car­pet style. She does the glam gown like we saw with her pur­ple David Tlale dress at the Joburg launch of the film Ayanda, her glam­orous all-black Erre Fash­ion look for the In­ter­na­tional Emmy Awards and her Qui­te­ria & Ge­orge en­sem­bles on SA’s red car­pets. 3 THEMBI SEETE Them­bisile Seete is gor­geous and her clothes are on point. She has a great work­ing re­la­tion­ship with a de­sign la­bel called Scalo, which makes her won­der­ful gar­ments and en­sem­bles. Her slay is a joy to watch. 4 NOMZAMO MBATHA Ac­tress Nomzamo Mbatha has emerged as a con­sis­tently stylish some­one. She’s had a big mo­ment with capes this year and her mus­tard-yel­low SA Style Award en­sem­ble was very pretty. She can move from the red car­pet stuff – as we saw with her sexy pur­ple and lace Feather Awards out­fit and the piece she wore to the pre­miere of her film Tell Me Sweet Some­thing – to more ready-towear en­sem­bles. 5 NHLANHLA NCIZA Mafik­i­zolo’s Nh­lanhla Nciza has al­ways been a fash­ion slayer. The re­launch of her la­bel, NN Vin­tage, meant we saw her in the most beau­ti­ful and cov­eted tu­tus from her fash­ion line. Nciza does African prints in a re­fresh­ing way and also does the red car­pet-glam-gown look with ease.


Sin­disiwe Man­qele in the high court in Rand­burg on Wed­nes­day, when she was found guilty of the mur­der of her rap­per boyfriend, Nku­l­uleko ‘Flabba’ Habedi

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