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Dress To Kill: The Benefits Of Engaging A Fashion Designer!

Harare – How many times have you attended a function and impulsively become fashion police – analysing guests’ dressing.


The scrutiny could be negative or positive – however, as the world revolves, fashion trends are also shifting.

Derick Matsengarwodzi
While our tastes differ, dressing in a unique, comfortable plus eye-catching manner should be everyone’s ultimate aim, mentions ambitious fashion designer, Michael Nzeve.

There are Many Benefits of Engaging a Fashion Designer:
The youthful designer, whose creations are immensely provoked by Italian trends, wishes to conquer the world with his unique designs, shares his professional advice with www.tinzwei.com.

“Everyone is a designer because they need something unique. So I visualise and design what my client desires,” confides Nzeve.

The founding father of fashion designing, Charles Frederick Worth was the first designer to have his label sewn into garments that he created in the 19th century. Years later, Nzeve is offering wardrobe solutions to wannabe health fashion disciples.

With an assertive pose, Nzeve warns that roping a fashion designer will produce accurate cuts – this will make one look and feel more comfortable.
Dress To Kill: The Benefits Of Engaging A Fashion Designer!
“You are able to wear a different set of designs,” he adds, “It means you will have your own fashion trend.”

With a diverse selection of materials on the market, engaging a designer allows one to choose their own favourite apparel.

“It enables you to acquire a good, quality material of your own choice. Sometimes it is cheaper than buying clothes from a shop,” he said.

At 22, Nzeve still has more to explore, but he maintains a strict fashion conscious code.

“Initiate your own dressing, but make it suitable not awful. Big women should wear clothes that are not tight, especially tops because they will show a lot.”

The young creator believes knowing one’s body structure remains vital.

“Know your lower body shape. Nobody is structureless, like what some people say. What is important is to wear stretchy jeans if you are one of those people.”

On special events like weddings, Nzeve states: “Big ladies should never wear slim cuts because they are uncomfortable and the dress might lose a zipper in front of the crowd, and it will be embarrassing. This may affect your lifetime memories.”

The national dressing is accepted in some nations, and Zimbabwe once contemplated the idea, but the Conquerors proprietor is not swayed by the concept.

“I don’t really subscribe national dress as such. I don’t like to wear something that is trending because it gives me no definition as a designer. I got my own taste.”

Though the fashion industry remains a cutthroat trade, Nzeve remains optimistic about his future endeavours.

“In five years, I see myself as a recognised designer in Zimbabwe, raising the national flag. My designs will be known globally.”
Dress To Kill: The Benefits Of Engaging A Fashion Designer!

Dress To Kill: The Benefits Of Engaging A Fashion Designer!

Dress To Kill: The Benefits Of Engaging A Fashion Designer!

Dress To Kill: The Benefits Of Engaging A Fashion Designer!

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Madam Boss To Launch A Beauty Line

Comedienne Tyra Chikocho, popularly known as Madam Boss, will be releasing a brand of beauty products called Madam Boss Xtreme ReD this month.


Chikocho said the line will have a variety of beauty products at affordable prices.

“My beauty line of products will vary from lipstick, perfumes, mascara, lip gloss, facial cream.

We expect ReD products to start selling mid-November and we plan to launch the first weekend of December.

“Prices will be reasonable while offering the highest quality of products.

“We are working with various distributors but those wishing to grab the first batch should contact me,” she said.
Tyra Chikocho, popularly known as Madam Boss
Chikocho said this shift to makeup and beauty is meant to expand her growing brand which she established a few years ago.

“God’s time is and will always be the best timing in life. These products will be rolling in at a time when Madam Boss network keeps growing and touching people’s hearts through laughter,” she said.

Chikocho added that her next move will be to add a clothing and handbag line to her name.

“With my team we also going to be working on Madam Boss Handbags and a line of clothing.

“These moves are being driven by the fact that it is high time we start believing in our own and celebrate our own.

“We have great support in product media graphics from a reputable company in Canada.”

Celebrity Stylist and Fashion Designer Coco Dazzles With Mythical Collection

Local award winning fashion designer and celebrity stylist Tapfumanei Munenge affectionately known as Coco, yesterday dazzled fashion enthusiasts with a collection for local celebrities in partial fulfillment of his Bachelor of Science in Clothing, Fashion and Design Honors Degree program.


Munenge a final year clothing fashion design student at Chinhoyi University of Technology pulled it through at a well -attended fashion exhibition dubbed “Mythical Creatures” held at Emoji bar in Helensvale.

Models strutted their stuff showcasing the latest trends by Coco amid glitz and glamour while musician Cindy Munyavi was the hostess.

Guest of honor and Top Model Zimbabwe agency owner, Karin Davidson, said Munenge was a dedicated fashion designer.
Celebrity Stylist and Fashion Designer Coco Dazzles With Mythical Collection
“Tapfumanei was fortunate enough to intern at Spero Villioti where he gained experience to become a young and experienced couturier.

“At the university he acquired skill and knowledge in the field of Fashion Design in areas such as Fashion Photography, Fashion Illustration, Pattern Making, Product Development, Enhancement, Grooming and Modelling, Fashion Marketing, Fashion Forecasting and Trends Analysis and many other areas.

“Today is the day that we shall all be able to witness his works as well as marvel at his progression to becoming the designer and artist that he is today. I have worked with him as a model and on some runway shows,” said Davidson.

In an interview with the designer, Munenge he said was happy with the support he got during the fashion show and during his assignment.

“Fashion is my passion. I am humbled by the support from friends and family. Sometimes I am inspired much by nature and flowers. My designs speaks themselves and I have worked with highest profiles in the country. I have done red carpets garments including awards shows. I have also ventured in bridal wear and have showcased on local and regional platforms. I buy my textures locally and abroad,” he said.
He said was inspired to do the collection because of transfusion of mythical creatures putting it to present day including the ‘gypsy’ era (1920’s) version.

“Growing up I enjoyed experimenting with styles to create my own unique look which some call insanity and I call it fashion. I am heavily influenced by balancing Parisian and Milan fashion investigating their similarities such as Thierry Mugler and Vivienne Westwood. However my ultimate style inspiration is a state of mind that can be altered by different seasons and moods just know that you are what you are and what you wear is just fabric,” he said.

Munenge a model cum fashion designer said he usually sits down with the client to understand his or her personality before doing the outfit.

To date dressed some of Harare’s elite and trendy people including Ammera Mimi, Pokello Nare, Jackie Ngarande, Karin Davidson, Tammy Moyo, Ammara Brown, Lee Madyara (Hollywood Lee) and singer Cindy Munyavi.

Munenge was born on March 25, 1991 at Gutu Maternity Clinic in Gutu.

He was bred in Harare and attended North Park Primary School and St Johns Emerald Hill for his ordinary and advanced level education.

Having been discovered at a tender age of 18 to merchandise at Truworths nationwide, he then went to work with Karin Davidson at Top Model Zimbabwe, where he was nurtured as a model.

The fashion exposure led him to enroll at CUT to attain his degree.

Some of his achievements include guest designer at Intswa Fashion Week, Mpumalanga Fashion Show, Fashion designer at the Web Incorporated and Zimbabwe Model Awards among others.

Star Gallery: Zimbabwe's Top Model (Norbert Mupangapanga) - Gallery 5

Star Gallery: Zimbabwe's Top Model (Norbert Mupangapanga) - Gallery 5
Star Gallery: Zimbabwe's Top Model (Norbert Mupangapanga) - Gallery 5
Star Gallery: Zimbabwe's Top Model (Norbert Mupangapanga) - Gallery 5
Star Gallery: Zimbabwe's Top Model (Norbert Mupangapanga) - Gallery 5
Star Gallery: Zimbabwe's Top Model (Norbert Mupangapanga) - Gallery 5
Star Gallery: Zimbabwe's Top Model (Norbert Mupangapanga) - Gallery 5

The Trending Fashion Show, A Must Attend Event

If you love fashion then this is an event not to miss. The Trending Society is bringing it to every fashion lover in style. 

Ladies and gentlemen, The Trending Fashion is the event to finally get you warming for this year’s festive season.

We had a word with Queen Leigh and this is what she had to say about the event.

So basically its called the Trending Fashion Show. We named it “Trending” because we want both the designers and brands to show us fashion that is trending. It is being hosted by exclusive society (Skyelah and Leigh) in partnership with Jerome Wear (Michael). 
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Its going to be held at Red Cafe in Harare. It starts at 1300Hrs till late. We have performances from artists like Beav city (Mr Rapoko), Lloyd Soul, only to mention a few. Admission is $1 EcoCash and cash accepted. The dress code is Trendy. People should dress trendy. 

We have supporting medias the likes of Vision online, VIP 263 and enchanted multimedia concepts. All food and drinks to be bought inside because there is a restaurant.

And we also have special guests the likes of Sindiso Ndlovu (Miss Face February 2018), Blackperl one of the best female Emcees in Zim Hip Hop as well as a surprise guest artist 17 November 2018.

So I am sure you have reason enough not to miss this event.

Teens Embracing Crocs Is Fashion’s Latest So-Uncool-It's-Cool Trend

The Guardian - Not that long ago, Birkenstocks, sportswear brand Fila, and UGG boots were all bywords for uncoolness, victims of their own success that had become so mainstream they’d fallen out of fashion. 

But lately they’ve all seen a revival, as influential teens have decided they’re so uncool they’re acceptable again. And perhaps no brand has done as much to turn ironic revivalism into fashion acceptance as Crocs.
Teens Embracing Crocs Is Fashion’s Latest So-Uncool-It's-Cool Trend
On Thursday, the rapper Post Malone, himself a kind of so-awful-it’s-somehow-OK musical prospect, released his newest piece of merchandise, a collaboration with the footwear brand Crocs. Malone’s Crocs, which retail for $60, sold out in under 10 minutes. Apparently even Madonna was unable to purchase a pair and messaged Malone on Instagram asking where she could get some.

Collaborations like this mark a strange new chapter for Crocs, arguably the most divisive shoe brand in recent history. After first hitting stores in 2004, they grew rapidly and left their foam footprint across the world. In 2007 they created $847m in revenue and CNN described them as “2007’s hottest shoe”.Sign up for the new US morning briefing

But soon after, Crocs became code for a style faux pas, the ultimate symbol that you’ve given up all hope on your personal appearance. They were too popular, too comfortable, even George W Bush had a pair. By 2009 the company found they were unable to shift their huge orders of stock, and came close to bankruptcy. Someone had started an “I Hate Crocs” blog. The brand was included in Time magazine’s list of the 50 worst inventions. Jon Wilde, digital director of GQ, urged people to “respect yourself enough not to wear Crocs”.

But becoming the epitome of ugliness was not the end of the brand’s story. Just as Crocs reached their fashion nadir, they were embraced by teenagers as a kind of so-lame-it’s-cool joke. Crocs quickly got in on the act, partnering with more credible fashion houses. Last year, embellished platform versions featured in Balenciaga’s spring 2018 runway show. They later sold out within hours at a price of $850. There are even high-heel and “Crocs-with-sock” versions. There’s currently a pair of Crocs, created in collaboration with streetwear brand Alife, on reselling site Grailed for $500.

The strategy now appears to be a kind of tacit acknowledgement of their crapness combined with ironic attempts at high fashion. And, according to a recent survey conducted by Piper Jaffray of around 8,600 teenagers, the company’s efforts to engage Gen Z are working. The study shows Crocs climbing in the “top footwear brand” category, from 27th last year to 13th this year.
The croc aesthetic is also being mirrored by other high-fashion shoe brands such as Yeezy and Balenciaga, which have brought clunky, practical footwear, sometimes referred to as “ugly sneakers” into the spotlight.

It’s created a whole new genre of mass fashion in which the more hideous the garment the better. So if you’re wondering what to get the post-ironic teen in your life this Christmas you might want to try eyesores like these thigh-high UGG boots, cowboy sneaker boots, and Nike “fanny pack slides”.

Victoria's Secret Names Its 2018 Catwalk Show Performers

Bebe Rexha, The Chainsmokers, Halsey, Kelsea Ballerini, Rita Ora, Shawn Mendes and The Struts have been named as the musical acts at the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. 

The high-profile event takes place next Thursday 8 November in New York. The catwalk spectacular is known for its all-star line-up of musical acts, with previous names including Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber.

“The show is a year-long production, and 2018 promises to be our most ambitious yet,” said Victoria’s Secret executive producer Ed Razek. “We have more musical guests, more fashion and more stories than ever; and, of course, 60 of the world’s top models.”
Bebe Rexha
This year's top-level models include Behati Prinsloo, who will make her return after a three-year break, Gigi Hadid, who was unable to make the Shanghai show last year after visa issues, Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Candice Swanepoel, Taylor Hill, Adriana Lima and Martha Hunt.

The brand always pairs up with a luxury designer for a special collaboration, and this year will work with London Fashion Week favourite Mary Katrantzou. She'll create a lingerie collection incorporating her signature prints, which will be unveiled on the VS show catwalk.












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