Men's suits for 2009 spring and beyond

This is an exciting time for suits; some men lean towards sharp suited silk to pants that carry the style of Balinese, Malaysian and Indian style. The choice is all yours. You can expect unstructured jackets, loose drawstrings and cropped style pants. Browns is the color that will go best with jeans for that casual look, blues will quickly become a stable in your closet for almost any occasion of leisure wear.

Most designers bring distinct change to men's suits. There are some things you should look for when choosing a suit. The first thing on your list should be the cut. There is a move away from the skinny boy look but that doesn't mean this is a lost look. Instead of wearing suits you may find it difficult to breathe in, suits are going back to the Classical look and the most popular of these is the English one. You will be looking for a suit with broad shoulders, a slim waist and slim trousers. This is the perfect fusion between classic tailoring, classic looks and the modern masculine look. You will also find that the double Breasted Suit is very popular and looks like it will take you far into 2010. If your taste tends towards the Double Breasted then go for the slim look in this. The three piece suit is also making resurgence. This is a suit that is subtle but classic.If you're looking for the leisure look but still want to stand out, spring offers a style that has taken the V-Neck to the extreme.




The First ever Mpumalanga Fashion Week otherwise known as MFWeek is set to take center stage on the 1st to the 6th of September 2009.  MFWeek is an effective trading platform that will bring exhibitors and buyers together to achieve business success in Mpumalanga.


MFWeek’s strong emphasis is to drive the business segments of fashion designers within the province. Growing the provinces rich culture.

Simphiwe Mtetwa founder and director of MFWeek has worked in the fashion industry, with his own label Simy C Fashion which was launched in 2003 Simphiwe Mtetwa since focused his energies in his business studies and in 2005 he established Mbokodo Group a very well known conference & Events company which was launched in  Cape Town.
Simphiwe Mtetwa an entrepreneur born in Mpumalanga, KaBokweni, studied at Lowveld High School has worked endlessly in mastering business and fashion.

Mpumalanga Fashion Week is not only about fashion designers, it incorporates previously disadvantaged communities and encourages the collaboration of previously disadvantaged communities with fashion designers.
MFWeek has established its own “Masithunge Sibhida Project” (MSP) for fashion designers within the province.  This Masithunge Sibhida Project will consist of the media and other members of cultural groups within the province.  The Masithunge Sibhida Project’s drive and focus is the involvement of Art and Culture of the province in fashion.

MFWeek’s main objectives are to drive our influential cultures first, (Afrikaans, I siSwati , Shangani) , through clothing design and finding the essence of that which represents our province nationally and Internationally.
MFWeek comprises of Exhibitions, stores, fashion sales and most of all fashion shows for bead works and the main fashion shows for local, national an international designers.



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