Mpumelelo Dhlamini completed his BA Degree in Fashion at the Spero Villioti Elite Design Academy, receiving the Most Innovative, and the Dean’s Merit Awards. He completed the EDCON Design Innovation Challenge, a developmental initiative, which included the SA Fashion Week 21 Steps to Retail Programme, and an EDCON internship. He was also selected to sell the first capsule collection in Milan during Milan Fashion Week.,
Ezokhetho — isiZulu meaning carefully chosen, being the best or most suitable — is a contemporary womenswear brand, that uses fabric as a medium to convey a distinctively African narrative. This signature is marked by effortless comfort and quality. The range consists of multifunctional pieces that combine to provide a versatile and flexible wardrobe suitable for all occasions. The inspiration for each collection is drawn from cultures, sub-cultures, behaviours and traits of the African heritage.