2014 Oct. 17: SA Fashion Week photo of the night

 

Ally & Toya DaLezy @ SA Fashion Week, Crowne Plaza, Rosebank. © Zanele Muholi (2014)

Ally & Toya DaLezy @ SA Fashion Week, Crowne Plaza, Rosebank.
© Zanele Muholi (2014)

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