Ahead of his upcoming solo, Athi-Patra Ruga invites us into his studio to talk about drag, exile and including queer icons and womxn in our history. Photographs by Jody Brand.
Author: Gabriella Pinto
Local brand Butan and photographer Wayne Robertson, aka Hipebeast, have collaborated on the street style label’s SS17 lookbook.
From conversations to screenings, we select some highlights of the festival taking place in Joburg this weekend.
For the sneakerheads! The largest sneaker exchange in Africa returns to Cape Town and Johannesburg this week.
AKJP’s new Permanent Collection is an update on their classic unisex style with easy-wearing shapes with Matisse-inspired graphics.
Creatives Amarachi Nwosu, Kadara Enyeasi and Dipo Doherty pay tribute to Lagos in illustrations, public art and photography.
W35T creative director Gavin Mikey Collins talks to us about the inspiration of their SS18 pastel palette lookbook, shot just before their runway show.
From speaking out against unsafe spaces like the casting couch to creating new codes protecting womxn, we spotlight the safety of womxn in film.
Creatives Ameera Conrad, Keneilwe Mothoa, Cleo Raatus and Alix-Rose Cowie share expectations and realities of traveling some of the world’s wonders.
Final-year student at LISOFF and designer of Estée Lauder’s Double Wear Foundation´s limited edition sleeve, Dikgetho Mametja, on beauty and leadership.
Boitumelo Rametsi and Tevin Fynn, behind vitiligo awareness campaign Spotted Beauty, teamed up with photographer Reatile Moalusi to create a striking series of photographs, now on exhibition.
Durban-based photographer Lonwabo Zimela talks about his ongoing Faces series, and the inspiration behind a new collaborative venture called Black Gold.
Red Mosiane, founder of online platform REconnecteD, has produced a documentary series that looks at stereotypes and traditions affiliated with South African fashion.
Cape Town performance artist Luvuyo Nyawose features in ‘Utopia Sol’, a look book shot by photographer Gabriella Achadinah.
From minimalist homeware from Nigeria to luxurious and versatile clothing made in South Africa, here are some of the exhibitors we’re keen to see at HmC.