The UCD team chats about everything fashion and trendy with local fashion designers and label owners Sandi Mazibuku and Sibusiso Yanta. The world of fashion is revealed, touching on the ins and outs of the industry and business. The guests share their come up stories, give fashion advice, and share the highlights of their careers.

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This week’s show features an interview with the creator of lifestyle brand DEAD, Bangy. The chat starts off with his brand and what’s going on, but it leads into conversations that are a lot more fundamental… take a listen to find out more.

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Bongani is joined by two fresh faces of AFI Johannesburg Fashion Week – Neo and Sibusiso – to discuss Fashion Week preparation and the creative process, individual brand narrative, African consumerism, the meaning of Afrocotoure, and how they are planning to lead in changing the fashion narrative globally.

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Gilmore talks to Nneamaka Nwosisi – the Creative Director of a Nigerian fashion brand that specialises in handmade handbags, shoes and accessories, using leather and incorporating African fabrics. Together they go through her journey, lessons learnt and also explore possible partnership with Zimbabwe and Southern Africa. He plays out with ADDICTED by Kolly Dee.

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Gilmore Tee has a conversation with Zimbabwean Ambassador to Nigeria, H.E. Lovemore Mazemo, and they talk about Zimbabwe and Nigeria relations. Together they explore how best the two nations can learn from each through their similar characteristics. Gilmore profiles a brand that specialises in handmade bags, shoes, accessories, using leather and African print… and he plays out with Tamba – a song by EnoSoul, featuring Joy.

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We chat to award-winning illustrator Lazi Mathebula about his journey and the importance of reversing poverty patterns.

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To kick off our Women’s Month series, we chat to Kenyan born photographer Cindy Leah, as well as model and entrepreneur Lwethu Tenge. We explore what it means being female in today’s day and age… as well as the challenges and opportunities they have encountered in their creative journeys.

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Cape Town born DJ Eugenics has a candid conversation with Siya about the ‘Poverty Mindset’.

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This week the boys are blessed in studio for the second time with Ms Zinhle who gets the conversation about the importance of women’s rights started. There’s also a bit of banter with the boys (and Zinhle) surrounding the reasons ‘hoes are hoes’… this is one not to be missed as they cover a range of interesting sub conversations.

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The gang speak to full-time scientists who have ventured into fashion by creating their own clothing range. Kgabo and Kurt take us along on their entrepreneurship journey and paint a picture of how they’ll dominate the African fashion industry for years to come.

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