Marianne Fassler: Fashion is ageless

Sam Cowen profiled the internationally-acclaimed fashion designer, Marianne Fassler about her latest Joburg-inspired collection. The Joburg-based fashion designer and entrepreneur, Marianne Fassler has worked in the fashion industry for over 20 years. Her line, Leopard Frock, has been featured on runways from Frankfurt to Pretoria. She most recently showed at the Paris Fashion Week.

The Print-à-Porter collection

Her latest collection, Print-à-Porter is a portrait of a cosmopolitan city, forever drawing people from the Continent, China, India, Eastern Europe and other restless places, in search of a better or a different life.

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