#SUBS is an original doci-series setting out to investigate the truth behind fashion stereotypes and subcultures across Africa.
In this episode we go to an area in Pretoria that's a direct result of the Group Areas Act of 1950. Laudium has since become a suburb largely made up of Wealthy to Upper Middle Class Indian-South Africans.
From the outside, residents look dignified and comfortable in luxury cars and expensive designer items. We always hear of how strict Indian families are when it comes to beauty standards and fashion, with religion and culture being a stern enforcer. Add power and wealth politics to this and the simple process of getting dressed every morning gets a lot more complicted. We ask a few residents about the realities of meeting cultural and religious beauty standards that result in the stereotypical "Indian" fashion that outsiders see.
CREATED, PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY: - Tshego "Red" Mosiane
I am independent digital content creator focusing on African fashion focused interviews, documentaries and films. My aim is to create fashion content showcasing the diversity of fashion from tv to cinema. more...