With guests from all across the country - even beyond national and continental borders, people were not shy to express themselves and give their interpretations of the Colourama theme.
“What inspired this theme?” you may wonder.
“Colour has always been at the heart of Veuve Clicquot and is a source of the Champagne’s creativity and inspiration. It was in 1816 that Madame Clicquot developed the first riddling table designed to guarantee a crystal-clear wine and thus enhance the purity of colour of her champagne. She also created the first blended rosè in order to create a more intense colour and taste.” - Veuve Clicquot
Here is our verdict of the best five women’s looks from this year’s star-studded event.
Anelisa Mangcu, dressed by YDE
Rolene Strauss, dressed by Galluzi e Gini
Blue Mbombo, dressed by Scalo
Mathapelo Khoza, dressed by Raymond Fatai Rahmon
Lauren Campbell, dressed by Vanessa Gounden
We think these ladies would get a thumbs up from Madame Clicquot herself.