Ex-Miss Teen di­rec­tor ven­tures into cloth­ing busi­ness

Swazi Observer - - ENTERTAINMENT - By Setsabile Nkam­bule

There are new wings to fly for Former Miss Teen Manzini Di­rec­tor Win­nie Mabuza as she has ven­tured into fash­ion busi­ness.

Mabuza known in the pageant in­dus­try, has taken the in­ter­net by storm as she has opened up an on­line bou­tique known as Scar­let Sage.

This is a women’s fash­ion bou­tique which has all the lat­est cloth­ing ac­ces­sories and jew­ellery a woman needs.

“Scar­let not only sells but as­sists too, with any­thing that has to do with fash­ion as we have a team of stylists who are al­ways ready to be of as­sis­tance to our cus­tomers. We have ev­ery­thing that has to do with fash­ion one can think of, from street wear to red car­pet dresses,” she said

Win­nie stated that scar­let has only been in op­er­a­tion for a month but al­ready has great re­sponse from peo­ple. She said the sup­port she was re­ceiv­ing from her clients was over­whelm­ing as she had not an­tic­i­pated the in­ter­est peo­ple would show with re­gards to the on­line bou­tique.

Win­nie is a Limkok­wing grad­u­ate. She holds a De­gree in Events Man­age­ment but de­cided to ven­ture into busi­ness be­cause of the lack of jobs in the king­dom.

“I hon­estly had never planned on open­ing a busi­ness, but the lack of jobs made me stand up and find what I can do and be best in it. So fash­ion was the only thing I could think of. I have never re­gret­ted my de­ci­sion though,” she said.

She stated that the love of play­ing around with clothes started at a very young age, as she would play around with dif­fer­ent clothes and she promised her­self from then that she would go for a ca­reer path that has to do with fash­ion.

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