Miss South Africa House of Nala Collective

Miss South Africa 2024 x House of Nala Collection

Were you captivated by the stunning looks that graced the screen on the second episode of Miss South Africa's "Crown Chasers"?

We are excited to announce that you can now experience that same magic firsthand.

This year, Africa Fashion International (AFI) is the proud fashion partner of Miss South Africa 2024. 


This exciting partnership brings the artistry and heritage of leading African design houses directly to the "Crown Chasers" TV show on SABC 3 and ultimately, the Miss South Africa 2024 finale.

The Miss SA Heritage Collection

For the second episode of Crown Chasers, which is a six episode series that culminates with the crowning of Miss South Africa 2024, the contestants rocked the runway in looks from the House of Nala Collective of designers. 


House of Nala curated looks that matched the Heritage themed episode, which saw the contestants wearing designers from across the continent.  The garments are now available at House of Nala for Pre-Order and for retail.

Click on the link to purchase or place an order.

AFI Privé

AFI's in-house brand, AFI Privè provides customers with a lavish collection of clothing for men and women that suits any event. The line features casual attire for everyday wear as well as daring fashion pieces, all showcasing the exquisite mastery of African fashion. 

AFI PRIVÉ  Floral skirt and boobtube
Onalenna Constantin wears the Yellow Flared Skirt with Black Floral Applique with the Yellow Print Boobtube with Black Ruffles
AFI PRIVÉ  Ruffles Printed Jumpsuit
Taahira Katz wears the Ruffled Printed Jumpsuit.
Neckpiece by Shamai Accessories.
AFI Privé Pink Satin Blazer with Tsonga Print worn with Matching Trousers
Lethaukuthula Maseko wears the Tsonga Print Open Back Suit Jacket with Satin Suit Trousers
Neckpiece by Ditsala Designs. 

Alia Baré

Founded in 2015, Nigerien designer Alia Baré’s eponymous label celebrates womanhood and the female form. Through her meticulous craftsmanship, attention to detail, and use of high-quality materials, the Dakar, Senegal-based Baré has earned a reputation for producing garments that are as comfortable and accessible as they are the stylish epitome of African luxury.  

Alia Baré
Layla Zoubair wears the Kaly Joburg Beaded Corset with Naomie Dress and Kaly Print Chiffon Kimono


 Bathini Designs

South Africa’s Bathini Designs empowers women through luxury ready-to-wear and bespoke pieces. Founder Bathini Kowane, a self-made designer, brings confidence and bold style to every woman’s wardrobe.

Sebenzile Jumpsuit
Nolene Spinks wears the Sebenzile Jumpsuit.
Accessories by Shamai Accessories
Bathini Designs Tshepo Maxi Dress
Kirsten Khan in the Tshepo Maxi Dress
Accessories by Ditsala Designs
Mothopo Wrap Skirt
Chidimma Adetshina wears the Mothopo Wrap Skirt  styled with the AFI Privé Turtleneck Bodysuit.
Accessories by Ditsala Designs, Shamai Accessories and LaaniRaani.

Bongiwe Walaza

Founded by Bongiwe Walaza in 2003, eponymous fashion label, BongiweWalaza, celebrates African tradition, with what the designer herself refers to as a “classic twist”. From dressing distinguished public figures, to her unique approach to bridal wear, the Bongiwe Walaza brand is known for its commitment to being distinct and original.

Bongiwe Walaza Dress
Mia wears the Kgaugelo Shweshwe Dress
Accessories by Shamai Accessories

Cynthia Foss

Founded in 2015 by Zinzi Mlombo, Johannesburg-based label Cynthia Foss offers glamorous and dynamic womenswear to its city-slicking, contemporary audience. Through a playful and innovative application of colour, volume and cut, the Johannesburg-based label continues to master timelessness.

Cynthia Foss
Lebohang Khoza in the ZeKhan Han Zip-Up Dress
Earrings by Ditsala Designs


Indoni Fashion House 

Indoni Fashion House, founded by Kwenzi Nkomo, breaks the traditional fashion mould by celebrating size inclusivity. The brand's creations are designed to empower women of all shapes and sizes. It's a brand that makes every woman feel comfortable and chic, and a commitment to diversity. 

Maxi Shirt Dress
Reinette Potgieter in the Maxi Shirt Dress. 
Accessories by Shamai Accessories.
Over-Burst Tiered Turtleneck Dress
Kebalepile Ramafoko in the Over-Burst Tiered Turtleneck Dress
Asymetrical high-waist skirt with slit
Nompumelelo Maduna in the Asymetrical High-Waist Skirt with Slit worn with the Beaded Kimono. 
Indoni Fashion House Fit & Flare Print & Embellished Safari Dress
Ontshiametse Tlhopane in the Printed Embellished Safari Fit & Flare Dress

Jeyna A

Jeyna A's designs fuse traditional Senegalese outfits with modern pieces, creating a look that's perfect for elegant and hardworking men and women who take pride in their African cultural identities. 

Binou skirt set
Palesa Lombard in the Binou Skirt Set



Founded by 2021 AFI Fastrack Designer-Of-The-Year, LaaniRaani celebrates the intersection of art and fashion with love and care, through timeless, quirky silhouettes, and a vast assortment of vintage, upcycled and reclaimed materials. Moodley creates each one-of-a-kind piece in her home studio. The philosophy at the core of Moodley’s craft is utmost respect for the environment and humankind. 

Mesh Cloaked Couture Wrap Dress with Leather Belt
Nobuhle Langa in the Mesh Cloaked Couture Wrap Dress with Leather Belt
Accessories by Ditsala Designs

Lufi D

Lufi-D is an authentic African fashion brand specialising in accessible luxury. The brand caters to the evolving needs of all client types, both locally and internationally. Founded by Fortunate Nkateko Khoza, a self-taught designer who has established the successful fashion brand, Lufi-D.

Phaphama Dress Lufi D
Naledi Matlakala in the Phaphama Dress


Visit House of Nala, Shop U47A, Upper Shopping Level, Sandton City, to explore the Miss South Africa 2024 Heiritage Collection in person and experience the quality and craftsmanship firsthand. 

Our excellent sales associates are always happy to help you find the perfect garment that reflects your unique style.

PICTURES: Courtesy of Miss South Africa Organisation 

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