hint of beading. Mnisi makes subtle use of Zulu inspiration in his lines rather than his colour or texture. The collection’s prints consist of typography and the repetition of organic shapes. With high-waisted pants, Renaissance-style puff-sleeved shirts and fitted polo-neck jerseys, the collection’s pieces work on men and women, and we love how the more feminine items have been put on male models. Androgyny is making a fashionable comeback, with celebs like Jaden Smith donning skirts and “women’s wear” in various spreads. This might be a reflection of men shedding gender conformity, or just a passing trend. We live in hope.
Rich Mnisi’s Autumn/Winter Collection is fab