Fashion Designer Mzukisi Simbane Announces Partnership With Glenfiddich SA
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Fashion Designer Mzukisi Simbane Announces Partnership With Glenfiddich SA

Fashion Designer Mzukisi Simbane Announces Partnership With Glenfiddich SA. South African entrepreneur and fashion designer Mzukisi Simbane took to Instagram to announce that he has partnered with alcohol brand Glenfiddich SA for the Glen Fiddich Home Bar Challenge.

The post read, “I’m excited to have partnered with @glenfiddichsa for the return of the #GlenfiddichHomeBarChallenge! Go over to the @glenfiddichsa page and watch the first episode, where @donaldnxumalo brings me into his world and gives me an interior design challenge for the ultimate home bar. #CrownTheOccasion #GlenfiddichGrandeCouronne.” Through building his fashion brand Simbane is also building his own personal brand that he aims to take to the next level. This collaboration gives confirmation that Simnane’s personal brand is credible and can be used to reach a lot fo people as he has built a large following.

Glenfiddich is a Speyside single malt Scotch whisky produced by William Grant & Sons in the Scottish burgh of Dufftown in Moray. Glenfiddich means “valley of the deer” in Scottish Gaelic, which is reflected in Glenfiddich’s stag logo. The company recognised Simbane as someone who is worthy of the collaboration as he has been putting in a lot of hard work, not only as a personal brand but with his fashion brand as well. His Imprint ZA fahsion brand has been able to grow and reach a level where it is worn by celebrities such as Pearl Thusi.

Simbane is making sure that he positions his brand in a way that it will be able to attract established celebrities and also corporate brands that are looking for partnerships. Mzukisi is also a savvy entrepreneur as he built his own brand called “Imprint ZA”, which is an African Luxury Fashion brand that creates fashion-forward lifestyle pieces rooted in street wear and vintage.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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