Cape Town Fashion designer Julia M’Poko has launched her own label called Mo’ko Elosa, with a new Autumn Winter collection. Catering to both men and women.Julia’s collection Mo’ko Elosa has a twist of Japanese design and aesthetics, resulting in flattering, thoughtful cuts and refined tailoring,very different I’m sold for her collection. M’Poko’s fashion brand incorporates&infuses elements of her personality and style.
The root of inspiration for the collection is by the Japanese Shinto practice of ritual purification and cleansing of the human mind, body, and soul. The debut womenswear collection, MISOGI, represents a new beginning, new take& diverse offering for women & fashion in South Africa.
Intentionally departing from typical deep wintry hues, MISOGI opts for a neutral colour palette consisting of black, white, grey, and cream. Emphasis is placed on textured fabrics combined with the structured shapes of the garments, resulting in the creation of modern silhouettes.Subtle in approach and enduring in style, the collection speaks of the broader brand philosophy, ‘articulated, not implied.’
This article was extracted from 10 And 5-showcasing South Africa creatives in the industry. Campaign images were shot by film photographer Katja Marr