Some of Durban’s top designers such as, Amanda Laird Cherry, Karen Monk Klijnstra, Collen Eitzen, Brenda Quinn, Infinity and Ikhiwane, will have some wonderful end and mid-season ranges on sale including shoes and fashion accessories.
The sale will take place at the Woza Embo Shop situated at 237 Old Main Road Bothas Hill . The shop carries a selection of handmade crafts from local KZN ceramics, to beautiful beadwork and hand carving made in the valley of 1000 hills. The sale will showcase the work of local designers, the public will also get a chance to pair designer clothing with beautiful locally made accessories.
Sale Opening: 1st December 18:00 -20:00
Open Friday 08:00-16:00
Open Saturday 08:00-14:00
Open Monday 08:00-16:00
iMbali Miyuki Exhibition
iMbali Miyuki Exhibition by top Woza Moya beaders who have used age old beading techniques with a new medium ,the Miyuki beads, these are extremely fine Japanese beads that are of incredible high quality with exceptional colour ranges. On exhibition will be jewellery, bags and art pieces with an all around theme of iMbali –flower.
Throughout history, beads have been enchanting people from around the world. Culturally beads are valuable treasure and currency, they are also adornments for holy ceremonies and rituals, and as beautiful accessories.
Miyuki was founded in 1949 in Hiroshima, and quickly became a renowned glass seed bead manufacturer. Miyuki Japanese seed beads are known for their craftsmanship and quality, they are world renowned for being the most uniform on the market today, which is crucial to many jewellery weaving projects. MIYUKI glass beads are considered “world standard” for their high quality, brilliance, and uniform shape. They are highly sought after by fashion designers, artists and bead fans alike. Woza Moya in association with the National Arts Council has given rural beaders, access to this new Medium of high quality Miyuki beads, resulting in high end wearable art pieces which are of international standard, these masterpieces will be on exhibition from
Opening Night: 1st December
Venue: Woza Embo Gallery 237 Old Main Road Botha’s Hill.