The project not only showcases fashion designers but also tells an authentic story of the non-binary youth of Johannesburg.
" I wanted to mix people from different walks of life, without straight up showing what defines them or how they identify themselves, letting the viewer now only about the fact that the person they're looking at might be gay, transgender, non binary, straight, however they might identify themselves. Seeing them as people, and just that, basically." said the Milan, Italy based photographer.
Thebe Magugu, Clive Rundle, Nao Serati, Mmuso Maxwell, Simon and Mary at The Moral Kiosk, Shaazia Adams, Cindy Mfabe, Maylee from Coke Threads and Fikile Sokhulu are the designers featured in the project and it is very clear why.
Lisle and Elle wear collection by Mmuso Maxwell.
Nkululeko wears silk jump-suit by Shaazia Adams, beret by Simon and Mary at The Moral Kiosk. Thapelo wears wool Gilet by Mmuso Maxwell, wool skirt by Shaazia Adams, beret by Simon and Mary at The Moral Kiosk.
Abulele, Thapelo, Nkululeko, Elle, Joseph and Yaone wear skirts by Rich Mnisi, Hats by Simon and Mary from The Moral Kiosk
Lisle and Nkululeko wear collection by Nao Serati Fila sneakers.
Thapelo wears faux fur by Clive Rundle, silk pants by Cindy Mfabe Nkululeko wears faux fur by Clive Rundle, beret by Simon and Mary at The Moral Kiosk, silk crepe skirt by Cindy Mfabe. Abulele wears faux fur by Clive Rundle, skirt by Mmuso Maxwell.
Abulele wears shaggy jacket by Shaazia Adam, top by Maylee for Coke Threads Thapelo wear pants by Nao Serati Lisle wears leopard jumpsuit by Nao Serati Elle wears top by Maylee for Coke Threads, pants by Shaazia Adam Yaone wears satin jumpsuit by Nao Serati Nkululeko wears own chain, faux fur by Clive Rundle, pants by Cindy Mfabe.
Llewellyn wears jacket by Nao Serati, shorts by Shaazia Adam Joseph wears collection by Nao Serati
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