by Fortunate Nkateko Khoza
Lufi-D style is fit for any day or any occassion - from the office to a wedding.
A WORD WITH
Fortunate Nkateko Khoza
Designer and founder of LUFI-D
Fortunate had no clue how to get into the fashion business but her love and curiosity for the industry had her asking questions and doing plenty of research.
“I ventured into it without experience and knowledge, I had to ask around for advice,” she says.
Today she proudly owns the brand Lufi D. which is doing so well that she had to quit her day job.
“It’s become the biggest thing in my life,” she says.
What made you want to become a fashion designer?
Best career moment so far?
Having to dress our own South African legend Mama Yvonne Chakachaka
Any advice for tomorrow’s young designers?
Love what you do, do what you love.
What item of apparel would you never go on holiday without?
It has to be african print mini dress.
What are you most afraid of?
Nothing - No fear.
Fortunate Nkateko Khoza and model