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South African Designer Gavin Rajah To Launch Beauty Range And Fragrance Collection

While a lot of international brands are known for both their clothing line and fragrance as well as their beauty products, most African brands stick to just clothing. South African designer Gavin Rajah of the self-named brand is set to change that as he has announced that he will be launching an beauty range and fragrance collection by September 1, 2014.

Gavin Rajah

Gavin Rajah

Launching on 1 September this year, the body and fragrance ranges are filled with an abundance of South African floral ingredients and exotic elements – perfect to spice up the aurora in anyone’s home. All the body range products have a mixture of clary sage and rosemary infusions, along with orange oil, orange flowers and jasmine notes, to complete the unique scents.

The Gavin Rajah body and fragrance ranges were introduced to the media at an intimate launch, which was a luncheon held at Q54 in Cape Town’s CBD, saw a number of fashion media and VIP’s in attendance, to witness a sneak preview of Durban-born Rajah’s 2014 showcase at Cape Town’s Fashion Week, as well as the introduction of the Gavin Rajah body range and fragrance collections.

According to Gavin Rajah, “The magical elixir melds to create a range of body products that is ethically sourced and a true collection of proudly South African luxury,”

Gavin Rajah, a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, announced that proceeds from the body range will go to a “good cause”, for an initiative which the fashion designer initiated himself; “Ten rand from every product sold will go towards programmes focused on ending violence against children,” he shared.

Credit: Zalebs.com

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