Zargue’sia outshined in Poland during the Supranational pageants
International fashion brand Zargue’sia was well represented at Supranational pageants this year.
It was not only all about models during this year’s just-ended, Mister and Miss Supranational which was held in Poland last week. It was also about what type of brand the models were wearing and who designed their gowns.
Multi-award winning fashion brand Zargue’sia which was founded by international designer, Ishmael Tsakatsa. Had an opportunity to dress both Zimbabwe’s delegates at the Supranational pageant, Sakhile Dube and Tatenda Njanike (Miss Supranational and Mister Supranational respectively).
Zargue’sia brand dressed, Sakhile Dube in an alluring Grace of Elegance mermaid gown. The gown was in a sweeping floor-length sheer corset beaded lace mermaid gown featuring 3D flower details and asymmetrical tulle-draped skirt detail.
Sakhile Dube was awarded Miss Supranational Africa and also she won the gong for Miss Supra Model of the Year despite not winning the title, Sakhile was the favourite of many before and after the pageant.
Tatenda Njanike who had featured in a number of Ishmael Tsakatsa’s collections before, was dressed in a costume which was titled the modern African prince. Indeed despite winning the title or making it in the top 20, Tatenda was an Africa King with the Zargue’sia gown which was made with a gold and brown brocade fabric contrasted with a brown tencel satin.
Ishmael Tsakatsa is a multi-award-winning designer whose work has been recognized not only in Africa but out of the boundaries of the African continent.
In 2012, he won the gown Midlands Show Society Exhibition Award; in 2014 during Zimbabwe Fashion Week he was awarded Designer of the Year; Best Entrepreneur Award in 2015; Best Fashion Designer at Zimbabwe Models Awards 2017 and Globalspin Award in Mumbai India 2022 amongst others.
Tsakatsa also exhibited his designs at Paris Fashion Week; Soweto Fashion Week; Fashion Without Borders; Style Icon Awards Zimbabwe; Fashion Reception Ethiopia and Swahili Fashion Week.
Tsakatsa is also known as a royal designer who dressed a number of A-listers in Africa, hence he is called the Fashion Prince Designer.