With plaited leather and animal accents, Simon and Mary’s new millinery range puts a current spin on traditional safari-gear.
There’s smoke, lights and mirrors – everything you’d expect to see in a glamour shoot starring crocodiles, wolves and vultures.
Zanele Muholi has made it her life’s work to create a frank yet nuanced documentation of primarily black, LGBTI life in South Africa.
Room Gallery is hosting second instalment of the Bright Night Project with works by Chris Saunders, Mzwandile Buthelezi, Karabo Poppy Molestane and more.
Classic red lips and a blunt bob offset by black gloves are some of the key accessories of Gavin Rajah’s SS16 lookbook.
Colour, print and texture play to great effect in Marianne Fassler’s 2015 Resort Collection, which reaffirms the brand’s rich identity in refined African aesthetics.
In Mongezi Mcelu’s new photo story, purple braided sisters are cast instead of boys (as the name of the shoot implies) to challenge gender stereotypes.
Russell Leo Bruns’ photo series of carefully constructed faux scenes of everyday life is an attempt to interrogate his own ‘everyday’ from the distance of behind his camera lens.
Cape Town based Niamh Walsh-Vorster’s exploratory series shows people with tattoos – including herself – in the personal space of their own bedrooms.
Fausto Becatti reacts spontaneously to the world around him, finding moments of unforced beauty and mysterious allure in everyday life.
Retha Ferguson’s ongoing photo series ‘Voortrekker Road’ documents a diverse, Cape Town community in a state of flux. Read our interview with her here.
Yetunde Dada uses 120mm film to play with the idea of time and juxtaposes composition, colour, and symbolism in her new photos series ‘Time Doesn’t Exist’.
Photographed by Nash Mariah, the 70s aesthetic of Junk & Disorderly’s first lookbook is inspired by the Plumstead home it was shot in.
Shot in Jozi against a gritty urban backdrop, Honey Makwakwa stands out in an array of monochromatic looks with vampish lips and a devil-may-care attitude.
Tshepiso Mazibuko is an observant young photographer who finds poetry in the bare facts of human circumstance.