When it comes to fashion, there are brands whose signature styles captivate us at first glance. Whether it's the choice of fabric, striking prints, impeccable tailoring, or distinctive silhouettes, these brands leave an indelible mark.
One such brand that has been making waves in South Africa's fashion scene is Indoni Fashion House, founded by the talented Chief Designer and Director, Kwenzi Nkomo.
Celebrating Size Inclusivity
Indoni Fashion House breaks the traditional fashion mould by celebrating size inclusivity. The brand's creations are designed to empower women of all shapes and sizes. It's a brand that makes every woman feel comfortable and chic, and this commitment to diversity is something you'll witness on the runway at Joburg Fashion Week.
Reimagining Tradition with a Contemporary Flair
Kwenzi Nkomo's creative vision seamlessly blends African wax-style prints with a wide range of textiles. The result? A refreshing take on tradition with a contemporary twist. Expect to be captivated by their designs that push the boundaries with unconventional silhouettes, bringing new life to classic African motifs.
Signature Prints and Unconventional Silhouettes
Indoni Fashion House is all about signature mosaic style prints, dramatic volume, and experimenting with shapes, flounces, and movement. It's these elements that make their designs truly exciting. Their creations are quintessentially African, embracing the beauty of cotton prints while incorporating delicate fabrics, resulting in stunning, standout looks.
Inspired by the Diversity of Africa
Indoni Fashion House draws inspiration from various sources, including the vibrant Victoria Street Market, brimming with African influences. Kwenzi Nkomo's designs are a celebration of women of all races, body shapes, sizes, and colours. Her mission is to make every client feel confident and beautiful in her creations, and that's why she's a favourite among leading ladies, including Hope Mbhele from Shaka Ilembe, Rami Chuene and Zikhona Sodlaka.
Indoni Fashion House will be showcasing at Africa Fashion International’s Joburg Fashion Week on Friday, 10 November 2023 at 8pm at the forum | the campus in Bryanston, Johannesburg. Tickets are available here