You saw what happened on the runway, now take a look what went down backstage at SAMW.
#MakeArtNotWar juxtaposes formal cuts with playful patterns resulting in an eclecticism synonymous with Chulaap’s signature style.
Fortune’s SS16 collection exhibts a stark beauty inspired by the ancient Greek goddess, Thalassa.
Inimitable milliner Crystal Birch styled this glam mini shoot with Mala Bryan’s gloriously diverse girl gang of new Malaville dolls.
AKJP’s AW16 collection is inspired by our fave painter Georgina Gratrix and is an homage to humid tropical Durban winters.
Hannah Shone’s design work caught our eye with its playful but considered aesthetic that embraces a range of styles and favours muted colour palettes.
We visited Jenevieve Lyons to learn the ins and outs of her process before she reveals her new runway collection at SAMW.
Cape Town Photographer Seema Allie’s shoots a cool summer lookbook for the iconic London-based shirt brand Brutus.
Emelia Nagel’s superbly outlandish garments (better described as wearable pieces of art) play with form, proportion and colour.
For her project ‘Die Smaak Van Onthou’, Helé de Beer draws off Afrikaans culinary traditions to create contemporary textile designs.
WAKE’s ‘Vagevuur’ collection brings together the orthodoxy of iconic houndstooth with striking contemporary designs that reimagine African aesthetics.
Jenevieve Lyons’ SS/16 collection in soft monochrome whites features evocative cutouts and feminine silhouettes, striking a perfect juxtaposed balance.
Run by three close friends, Cape Town’s Corner Store is bringing streetwear back to its essence.
‘Booty call’ is the reality of fickle young love, music one plays during a sour realisation and the feelings that go with it.
Adorned in statement jewellery and glitzy texture-heavy outfits, Tricia Akello is the life of her own purple-tinged disco party.