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South African Designer David Tlale Launches a Line of Handbags



He is known for not confirming to the norm, and now he comes with a line of bags…

Yes, Farai your favourite designer is now making sure that ladies are going out in style and looking good with a David Tlale original hand bag and wallet.

Renowned South African designer David Tlale has launched a bag line. David Tlale’s bag collection draws inspiration from South Africa, with the main inspiration being drawn from the Ndebele artwork. With its colorful and geometric shapes, that art symbolizes a beautiful aspect of our culture as South Africa. We are a diverse nation (rainbow nation) and we come in all shapes, forms and sizes. As David Tlale celebrates 10 years in the fashion design industry this year, he also wants to pay tribute and homage to Mother Africa. He celebrates the country and continent that have nurtured him throughout his journey as a designer. The women of this country have been so supportive and this bag collection is a little token of appreciation to say “punctuate your gorgeous DT number with a killer DT bag.”

 This range of bags is available at the following stores:

Moda: Cape town/O.R Tambo /Durban

Cellini: Sandton/ East Gate/ Canal Walk /Centurion /Northgate/ Constantia Village / Somerset West / Tiger Valley

Frasier’s: Sandton / Pavilion / Menlyn / Clearwater/ Century City

Edgars: Vereeniging

Drakes+Packwells: Menlyn/ Kolonade/ Brooklyn

Queens: PTA

The Coachmen -Gopals: Durban

Diplopmat: Nelsruit / Cresta / PE

Price range for the bags is as follows:

PATENT EMBOSSED LEATHER:

 R1400 – R1500 for the Wallets

R3400 — R3500 for the bags

PRINTED PVC BAGS:

R695 for Wallets

R895 – R1295 for bags and purses.

Let us know if you will be buying one…

 

South African Editor for FaraiToday.com
An educated individual who inspires young minds and still enriches her own
For invites, reviews and press releases email dudu@faraitoday.com

Duduzile Chiloane – who has written posts on Farai Today.


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