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Nkhensani Nkosi is a fashion designer based in South Africa. Her label, Stoned Cherrie, created in 2000, has recently[when?] expanded to include eyewear and upholstery. Ms. Nkosi has also been a television personality, actress and designer, including of ceramics. She has traveled throughout Africa and, coupled with her spiritual commitment to the creative process, has become a spokesperson for the diversity of African fashion.
An image of Nkhensani Nkosi working in her Johannesburg studio is included in the book, "The Language of Fashion Design" as an example of how designer's develop their collection.
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