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MTCWFW ends in tumultuous production

After a week of nothing but fashion, the MTC WFW started and ended with a bang, it was another good year for the Namibian fashion industry as it showcased incredible innovative collections from southern Africa.

The event saw new and old designers return to the runway with fun, wearable, smart, casual and chic collections that had the attendees in awe.

The last night of showcasing saw amalgamating productions were fashion met music from artists including Taylor Jaye who put on a stellar performance as she showcased her classic monochrome colour palette punctuated by pops of neon.

Designer Mellisa Poulton went all out this year as she incorporated a video production that featured renowned fashionistas Reinhard Mahalie and Rumano Fabrish draped in her fashion as well as a live performance that dragged award-winning queens Oteya and Lioness to stage for their song Di Matta.

Closing off the show in style, Luis Munana took the opportunity to launch his collection Zuriel with a choir.

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