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Inside South African Menswear Week Day 4

The boldest looks from inside and outside of South African Menswear Week SS16/17 shot by Botswana-based photographer Uyapo Ketogetswe.

South African Menswear Week SS16/17 came to a close over the weekend. All week we've been highlighting the boldest looks from inside and outside of Cape Town Stadium shot by Botswana-based photographer Uyapo Ketogetswe. Today we present the styles of day 4.


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, day 2 featuring Augustine, Black Dog, Imprint, Mo’ko Elosa and Taf The Taylor and day 3 featuring Craig Jacobs, Dax Martin, Issa Leo, Lukhanyo Mdingi, Mustafa Hassanali and Rich Mnisi x Thebe Magugu.

2BOP

2BOP at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

2BOP at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

2BOP at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

2BOP at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Dicker

Dicker at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Dicker at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Dicker at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Kola Kuddus

Kola Kuddus at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Kola Kuddus at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Kola Kuddus at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Kola Kuddus at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Magents

Magents at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Magents at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Magents at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Magents at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Mai Atafo

Mai Atafo at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Mai Atafo at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Mai Atafo at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Mai Atafo at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Orange Culture

Orange Culture at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Orange Culture at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Orange Culture at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Orange Culture at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Tokyo James

Tokyo James at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Tokyo James at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Tokyo James at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

Tokyo James at SA Menswear Week SS16/17 day 4. Photo by Uyapo Ketogetswe.

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