From Mzantsi to the world

Cape Talk's Linzi Bourhill spoke to Asanda Sizani about her recent achievement.

The South African style curator has made a name for herself locally. Sizani has worked for some of the largest fashion magazines and retailers in the country.

She is a member of the Berlin UP Fashion Committee that creates trade and networking opportunities for African designers in German.Sizani has recently collaborated with the British retailer Topshop. She curated a range which will be instores in Durban, Cape Town and Joburg from Frid 13 Jan. Every garment that's part the edit has been handpicked by Asanda Sizani.

My collaboration with them just enhances what they do

Asanda Sizani

Sizani says she is humbled by the partnership with the British retailer.

For them to have even thought of me when they don't really collaborate so much with local style professionals.For them to have thought of me and want to work with me is just so exciting and humbling at the same time.

Asanda Sizani.

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