FabroSanz – Milan

By | September 6, 2017

Royally Inspired Garb


Words by Rebecca Ochab

House of FabroSanz is more than a fashion brand. The South African “style house” not only carries its own line of clothing, but provides an entire experience for the client. From beauty services to styling, lifestyle events, and inspiration, House of FabroSanz is not limited to one thing. Founder and creative director Sandi Mazibuko is designer, stylist, and public figure. Mazibuko has received much press locally, appearing in local magazines, interviews, and runways. It seems that her designs simply cannot be ignored. No stranger to bold color, graphic print and body flattering silhouette, it’s clear that Mazibuko’s culture informs but doesn’t dominate her designs. The cuts are feminine and interesting enough to not distract from the piece’s colorful and graphic elements. House of FabroSanz was recently featured in City Press Trending – a local newspaper in South Africa. In the article, she discusses her latest collection entitled Zulu Royalty. In the article, the designer states that Zulu culture is known for its colorful beadwork. Wanting to modernize and pay tribute to Zulu brides-to-be, this collection proposes a new Zulu ensemble to be coveted and worn on this special day. Although inspired, the collection has a more wearable feel than most occasionwear. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see a FabroSanz piece worn by someone like blogger Ashleigh of The Daileigh. Mazibuko will show her Zulu Royalty Collection in Milan and Paris with Oxford Fashion Studio next month complete with new styles.