Don't you just love it when an artist, be it a painter, singer, or designer respects his/her craft? Fashion designer Laduma Ngxokolo is one particular artist who has deep respect for his work. The designer shot a campaign to celebrate and acknowledge the South African Constitution and yes, he nailed it!
Laduma who won the African Fashion Award for Emerging Designer of the Year in 2014 posted a video of the campaign on his Instagram account, and we don't know about you but the campaign makes us more proud about being African.
The talented designer was recently in Italy, and like he always does in Mzansi; he stood out with his flair of knitwear and textile design.
In 2016, Beyonce' featured Laduma's work by taking a snapshot of his creation during her visit at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum In New York City.
Other celebrities who have either acknowledged or worn Laduma's design include the likes of Caster Semenya who wore the Laduma design during her first ever ELLE magazine cover.
Laduma's designs are not only recognized in S.A, but they are also recognized throughout the entire continent. In 2016, the artist won an award in Uganda's Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards for Fashion Designer Of The Year.
He was also awarded as the Most Stylish Designer Interior or Fashion at the 2016 SA Style Awards.
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