In this countdown Q&A, Samukelisiwe Dube speaks to us about her beading patterns, inspiration and lessons she’s learnt along the way.
It’s all about “bodies sharing stories, abandoned concrete and used gum”.
This rising talent’s graduate collection brings high fashion to high school uniforms to represent the angsty minefield of teenagedom.
Short-sleeved cotton shirts, light-weight linen kimonos and lavish Cape Town suburbs characterise Sol-Sol’s latest lookbook.
Because like Umlilo, you should wear what you want to.
Artclub and Friends is a local label where no garment is listed by gender.
Sabrina Scott captures fresh face Feloosh Baardman dressed in whimsical designs by burgeoning talent Frances Pryce Lewis.
Step inside Sheila-Madge Bakker’s house of style where downright delicious colours and even better textiles await.
Chilli M uses popular icons to unite South Africans and challenge societal norms.
A sleek and strikingly simplistic collection that’s equally at home on the pitch, the streets, and the runway.
We collaborate with young fashion designer Daisie Jo to snap a street style inspired fashion story featuring model Anita Jansen.
Shelley Mokoena and Keneilwe Mothoa of Prime Obsession fill us in on their respective personal style and what fashion means to them.
From early morning coffee runs and wardrobe checks to late night fashion shows and a surprising amount of dry-cleaning, Kira Gimpel gives us the lowdown on what it’s like to work as a fashion assistant.
We met up with the young fashion entrepreneur to find out more about her personal style.
Marcus and Kabelo of Kaus Kulture tell us how they got started, what keeps them motivated and what they’ve learned along the way, in this countdown Q&A.