An Afro-futurist mobile platform that produces conceptualised clothing designs and photography that narrate human relation to colour.
Siya Myaka answers questions about the Only For Everyone Adidas campaign.
An exhibition of beloved t-shirts by Limited Edish. Friday, 5 April 2019 from 18:00-21:00 limited_edish
Inspired the ease and breeze of the Turkish coastline, Cape Town-based accessories brand, SUMMAH, seamlessly fuses the luxury aspect of Turkey with the vibrancy of South African culture.
Josef Adamu is a prolific creative director, producer and model based in Toronto, Canada. In 2017 he founded a brand by the name of Sunday School (@ssunday.co). The brand focuses on developing and executing creative campaigns and social media management for emerging brands. Adamu tells stories of his experiences as […]
This project began with a casual conversation between myself (Sipho Gongxeka) and Thato Ramaisa (aka Fela Gucci.) We were interested in the role that fashion and clothing plays in queer culture in township communities. Particularly, how certain stereotypes are perpetuated. For instance, how one’s character, masculinity, gender and sexuality can […]
Designer, Dome who’s no stranger to the South African hip hop scene having worked with some of the biggest artists in the country has decided to introduce his new solo project, the Project One clothing collection under Denim by Dome since. Dome is coming off designing the Nasty C x […]
Ben Orkin is a Cape Town-based artist who is currently completing his studies at Michaelis School of Fine Art. This fresh 20-year-old designs and makes clothing, bags, mosaics, bead-works and photography as well as producing a line of ceramics under his artist’s name ‘NEBNIKRO’. You have an eclectic (and […]
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From Arnold Phasha to Rich Factory and MmusoMaxwell, see some of the designers you don’t want to miss at SA Fashion Week AW18.
Luxury and athletic wear designer Nao Serati talks to us about taking a playful approach to his latest look book, photographed in Fish Hoek.
We take a look at the recently launched Cape Town intimates brand Koeksuster, the origins of its name and its womxn and girl empowering blog.
As part of a collab with Jamal Nxedlana of Missshape, London based label De Rien have incorporated historical sites in Jozi into their lookbook.
Cape Town clothing label Youth have shared a very chill lookbook for their ‘Holidaze’ collection, which takes aesthetic inspiration from 90s era movies.
Ahead of their talk at the Pioneer Nation conference on 25 September we caught up with Wandile and Wireless G, founders of the streetwear brand Thesis Lifestyle.