Leading fashion and lifestyle retailer TFG shared its strategy to revolutionise the omnichannel experience and transform into Africa's leading high-tech omnichannel retailer. "We are laying the foundations to become the largest, most reliable and most profitable e-commerce destination on the continent; via a simplified, customer-centric approach, aimed at maximising group scale, minimising duplication and cost, and leveraging our incredible assets," shared newly appointed co-chief omni officer Claude Hanan. The announcement came as part of the retailer's 2021 financial year-end presentation.Issued byTFG (The Foschini Group)
Last night, 8 June, The Hospitality Counsel hosted their 3rd annual Luxe Restaurant Awards, celebrating the finest contributions to the South African restaurant industry, at AURUM restaurant within The Leonardo, Africa's tallest skyscraper.
Wednesday, 29 November saw the launch of Guess' Summer range at The Lookout in Cape Town V&A Waterfront. The range of ladies and menswear, sported lifestyles reminiscent of the Cicilian beach side, included off shoulder dresses, fringe details, bodycon dresses, and denim.
The launch featured some tropical island and palm printed blow up chairs, a photo backdrop with tropical trees and PVC chairs, which beautifully bounced back the ultraviolet light next to the runway.
Guests were welcome to help themselves to canopies and a complimentary bar, while socializing. Amongst the list present were Jimmy Nevis, Craig Lucas, Jo-Ann Strauss, Siv Ngesi, and Leigh-Anne Williams.
Jeannie D did a magnificent job of emceeing, and sporting one of the Guess bodycon dresses, which she pulled off like a diva.
The show was exciting, and true to its ethos of an *‘upscaled brand of clothing’. Models strutted the runway in beachwear, daywear, and my personal favourite - swimwear.
The range was readily available in the pop up store just outside the Lookout building, where guests were able to buy the range first hand.
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