Luxury and athletic wear designer Nao Serati talks to us about taking a playful approach to his latest look book, photographed in Fish Hoek.
Meet Chulekazi Makapela and Aletta Francina de Kock, founders of the production house that seeks to stand for the authentic voices of progressive art.
To challenge these boundaries of online censorship, we ask 12 South African creatives to share the stories behind their banned images.
Photographer Mpumelelo Macu attended the annual Visa Street Food Fest in Jozi to capture the vibe.
Hustling, using the right equipment and preparing for potentially violent situations, Madelene Cronjé tell us about the challenges she faces as a photojournalist and her love for her career.
Gabonese photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga celebrates a ‘generation of Africans, unapologetically embracing their many identities’.
In a brand new series of intimate portraits titled ‘People at Home’, Iranian-South African photographer aims to disrupt racial stereotypes.
We take a look at ‘Things I Won’t Forget’, a bold new photo essay by award-winning Gabon-born photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga.
Award-winning photojournalist Maxisole Feni uses photography “to speak for the unheard voices.”
Lagos-based photographer Kadara Enyeasi shares a striking new portrait series, plus talks about his approach to capturing naked bodies.
“I’m photographing a diary of a youth culture that drifts across themes of sex, finance and fashion,” 2016 Elle Style Reporter Themba Mbuyisa breaks his work down for us.
“Selfies as self-affirmation.” Ten creatives speak on seeing, capturing and sharing their beauty through self portraiture.
Ihsaan Haffejee, Tshepiso Mabula and three other local photographers share their work and tell us why these photographs remain meaningful to them.
5 talented photographers speak on their muses and also friendship, intimacy and being a womxn behind the lens.
Creative Kasey-Leigh Davis’s black and white photos focus on the effects of space on inhabitants of the cities of Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town.