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 PHOTOS: Namibian fashion enthusiasts KILL the scene at Sun Met 2020

They went, they conquered and slayed in the Namibian representation of  African Luxury: Visionaries theme. 

When it comes to glitz, edges snatching glamour and stunt delivery at any given fashion event, you know for sure to expect nothing less from couturiers Reinhard Mahalie and Rumano Fabrish. The duo who have earned a rep for being unpredictable when it comes to style and elegance on Africa’s Richest Race Day once again came through and this time, it was a deep blue wave of style. Raising the stakes in Melisa Poulton haute couture, exquisite jewelry, and killer face beats, one can agree that this was one of the most exciting years of great fashion delivery yet.


Deemed as Namibia’s fashion ambassadors, the veterans led the pack in pieces that spoke to their fashion icon status joined by makeup artist Tia who wore a stunning gown by Robert Scholtz. Local and international social media immediately ate up all the servings as soon as the photos were posted as everyone agreed that drip and slay has been served. 


Africa’s Richest Race Day returned to Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday. Under the theme African Luxury: Visionaries, Cape Town’s most prestigious horse-racing event combines high-end fashion with world-class entertainment – both on and off the race track. Inspired by forward-thinkers and creativity, the theme for the 2020 edition of The Sun Met is a celebration of luxury with racing enthusiasts and fashionistas expected to evolve imagination on Race Day.

Other Namibian’s who too did not attend the event to play included fashion designers Melissa Poulton and Leah Misika to mention a few.



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