We attended the opening evening of the 10th anniversary of FNB Joburg Art Fair to see who was wearing what.
Author: Nikki Zakkas
Referencing slavery in America’s 19th-century cotton colonies, Prime Obsession’s new collection highlights present-day struggles for freedom.
Gabonese photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga celebrates a ‘generation of Africans, unapologetically embracing their many identities’.
Acclaimed performance poet Mandi ‘Poefficient’ Vundla talks self-love, feminism and using words to address gender-based violence.
Designer to watch Sakhile Cebekhulu talks to us about his label SASH, which aims to celebrate African pride while debunking elitist notions around fashion.
From creating fun and educational games with diverse characters to more serious projects highlighting social ills, these gaming devs talk industry trends and local gaming culture.
Designer Mzukisi Mbane collaborates with photographer Avron Leto Williams and make-up artist Rebecca Spendlove for ImprintZA’s latest lookbook.
We highlight the work of 10 womxn artists showing at FNB Joburg Art Fair 2017.
Showgoers brought their fashion A-game to the Mall of Africa for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week ’17, and we were there to snap the looks.
From creating powerful work to enduring mansplaining, a few exceptional creatives talk to us about the rewards and challenges of working in advertising.
To help you plan your approach to the festival aimed at celebrating South Africa’s street food culture, we’ve compiled a handy guide to 11 must-sees.
“Find your voice and be fearless.” Designer maker Nkuli Mlangeni opens up to us about representation in the South African design industry and the importance of womxn creating together.
We chat to Phillip Hollander, one half of design duo Houtlander, about the brand’s big win at this year’s 100% Design exhibition.
Illustrators from Africa – Sarah Zimmerman, Brooke Schafer, Akum Davina Maduka, Adesola Lasisi, Ellah Hlapolosa and Octavia Roodt – contemplate community, representation and womxnhood.
Award-winning director Zwelethu Radebe tells us how he went from not being allowed to watch films to creating acclaimed short, ‘The Hangman’.