Convoy in Melville houses the latest collections from 6 female Cape Town designers Heart & Heritage, Merwe Mode, Selfi, Hannah Lavery and W35T, as well as jewellery by Black Betty Design.
Dirty Laundry is a feisty combination of vintage fashion and modern feminism.
Last week at #POSSIBLEConference people brought their fashion A-game! We’ve trawled the conference hashtag to share some of the stellar street style looks and photos created by delegates over the 2-day event.
Based between the Netherlands and South Africa, Rhumaa is a new fashion label translating art prints into wearable garments.
See these 14 contemporary African fashion labels that are celebrating the creative potential in the juncture between the hyper local and the global.
Bring on pristine white shades with spatters of colour, chunky chokers and voluminous clean cuts. A lookbook for emerging designer Ulfah Davids.
Inspired by the film The Dreamers, the new AKJP AW16 lookbook lets us in to an art-filled sensual reverie.
DEAD.’s unisex sportswear collection is comprised of easy fitting bottoms and oversized tees. See it in a super slick lookbook by Anthony Bila.
A 10and5 x Vatic Studio lookbook for MRP’s plush 70s inspired new range featuring luxe textures, autumn colours and daring hemlines.
Sarah Hugo-Hamman takes us back to the 90s when bare midriffs were suitable accessories and Nirvana blasted from our walkmans.
The Cape Town Fashion Council is playing a part in nurturing emerging local fashion film talent at the upcoming Bokeh International Film Festival.
Ahead of the glitzy Bokeh International Fashion Film Festival we catch up with event founder and fashion film aficionado Adrian Lazarus to get our fashion film game strong.
Based in Hong Kong but inspired by the coastal city of Cape Town, Oséa mixes dark and soft hues with classic cuts in their debut collection.
While one seasons must follow another, there’s no reason to follow the crowds. We hit the streets of Jozi with a crew of fresh young locals to get some autumn fashion inspiration.
Bright young artist Banele Khoza applied his signature style of painterly digital illustration to capture his favourite looks at MBFW16.