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JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - FEBRUARY 16: Wealthy black South Africans wait for the Klûk CGDT label fashion show at the Rand Club at Joburg Fashion Week on February 16, 2011, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Klûk CGDT, created by the designers Malcolm KLûK and Christiaan Gabriel Du Toit and their brand is not so much about clothes, but rather life and a holistic experiential, boundary blurring approach to style that encompasses all the senses. Trends influencing their collection include touches of tribal, vintage and the baroque. Their couture collection only to order. The event was held at the Rand Club, A former private all male club during the Apartheid era. Here, the wealthy industrialists of the country networked, wined and dined. The club now allows female members. To see newly wealthy black people in the club is a sign on the new South Africa. (Photo by Per-Anders Pettersson)