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Inside South African Menswear Week Day 3

Botswana-based photographer Uyapo Ketogetswe brings us the freshest looks from South African Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3.

South African Menswear Week SS16/17 is underway in Cape Town. We’ve teamed up with Botswana-based photographer Uyapo Ketogetswe to bring you the freshest looks each day from inside and outside of Cape Town Stadium.


Today we present the best runway and street styles from day 3.

For more from SA Menswear Week, check out our full recap from day 1 featuring Jenevieve Lyons, Nao Serati, Chulaap by Chu Suwannapha, Nicholas Coutts and Terrence Bray and day 2 featuring Augustine, Black Dog, Imprint, Mo’ko Elosa and Taf The Taylor.

Craig Jacobs

Craig Jacobs at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Craig Jacobs at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Craig Jacobs at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Dax Martin

Dax Martin at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Dax Martin at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Issa Leo

Issa Leo at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Issa Leo at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Lukhanyo Mdingi

Lukhanyo Mdingi at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Lukhanyo Mdingi at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Lukhanyo Mdingi at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Lukhanyo Mdingi at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Mustafa Hassanali

Mustafa Hassanali at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Mustafa Hassanali at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Mustafa Hassanali at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Mustafa Hassanali at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Rich Mnisi x Thebe Magugu

Rich Mnisi x Thebe Magugu at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Rich Mnisi x Thebe Magugu at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Rich Mnisi x Thebe Magugu at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Rich Mnisi x Thebe Magugu at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

The Street Styles of SA Menswear Week SS16/17 Day 3

Angell Ahmar at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Azara Amien at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Brilliant Kodie at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Caesar Frank at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Gavin Collins at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Henriette van der Marwe and Nicholas Robin at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Holly Hayes at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Hunter at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Jae Won Kim and Woo Ju Lee at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Keegan Basil at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Lee Hagen at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Musa Nyangiwe at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Quaid and Cameron at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Sashia Kerton at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Shakeel Toefy at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Sibusiso Mahone at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Sins Hali at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Talya Galasko at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 3. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

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