H&M Partners With South Africa’s Mantsho In First Collaboration With An African Label

Swedish retail giant, H&M is partnering with South African brand Mantsho, in its first ever collaboration with an African designer.

The Mantsho label owned by Palesa Mokubung, was founded in 2004, and has graced runways in many countries including, Greece, India, and the United states.

The name Mantsho is Sesotho language and means, “Black is beautiful.”

“Mantsho x H&M is an exciting collection celebrating the elegance and vibrancy of Africa with modern edgy designs created for the stylish carefree woman,” reads a statement jointly released by H&M and Mantsho.

The collection launched on the 15th of August 2019  and, it is for women’s accessories and clothes. It also introduces a unique South African feel to H&M customers around the world. With features like flowing, easy fitting cuts; range of colors, chunky earrings and a print heavy clutch bag, the collection is truly a sight to behold.


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According to Palesa Mokubung, the collection is her love letter from Africa to the world.
“I hope customers around the world will enjoy this ensemble of my stand out pieces from my last three collections,” she said in the statement.
The collection from this collaboration can be gotten online and in stored in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Israel, and Belgium.
“We are so excited to share this collection with our customers across the globe,” H&M said in a statement.
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