KhuKhuz clothing is made using their own digital fabric print designs and a fusion of Shweshwe fabric – sometimes called German print or Leteitse in Setswana. This fabric is a traditional cloth (100% cotton) which has been used for many many years by the Tswanas, South Africans and Sothos, worn mostly for those very special occasions
We also have a made to measure service for one off outfits designed specifically for those special occasions.
Article from Inner City News – Gaborone Botswana – Clothing With A Contemporary Edge – 6 August 2010
End of summer Fashion Show 2010 in Leeds – Review from Debased Magazine
KHUKHUZ’s collection focused on four key looks; classy, sheiu sheiu funk, safari breeze, and fun flirty. Although all designs were potent, it was easy to see this designer’s strength lies in its layering of delicate materials, the highlights being a beautiful taffeta rimmed dress, and a sheer polka dot lace dress that modernised the dainty of the past into the daring of the future.
KhuKhuz’ clothes already received press from The Manchester Evening News because of her outstanding graduation collection in 2004.
To see more information about her stunning collection and the Fashion Show that raised over £6000 then follow the link here to Manchester Evenings News: Manchester evening News Article about KhuKhuz student fashion show