In the second instalment of ON COLOURS, fashion designer Rich Mnisi chats on all things yellow.
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Featuring actor Amanda du-Pont and with creative direction by Trevor Stuurman and Rich Mnisi, check out the new adicolor campaign.
Showcasing the value in supporting local designers, fashion student Lauren Dibbs decodes her love of fashion and the price we pay by ignoring homegrown retailers.
From up and comers, to go-to names in fashion, we talk to a few of the local designers to show collections at Lexus South African Menswear Week.
Marianne Fassler’s new collection offers up major floral inspiration.
Rich Mnisi lets us into his dream world to chat about his journey in fashion and why we need more local support for the arts.
We’re beyond excited to share this sneak peek for this year’s young South Africa series, BAYEZA16. Launching June 16th.
This week Cape Town wows us with men’s fashion, plenty of art openings and the Electronic Music Festival.
9 breakthrough South African artists and duos who’ve been at it this year, guns blazing, making work that’s vital and impossible to ignore.
Rich Mnisi’s aesthetic is both simple and nuanced: clean lines, strong colours that don’t overwhelm, and patterns that border on the visceral.
OATH Studio’s SS16 lookbook shot by Kristin-Lee Moolman is an ode to the androgynous youth culture that began emerging in South African townships in the 80s and 90s.
Graphic prints, unusual colours and complex silhouettes pop against a sunlit backdrop of white, sandy dunes in a lookbook by Steve Marais.
OATH’s Fall 2015 menswear collection, showcased in this lookbook shot by Steve Marais, takes on the concept of sleep and its varying executions in a world so full of hyperactivity.
A series of mixtapes bringing Cape Town to your earbuds, a humorous tumblr of illustrated tweets and a glimpse of the first SA menswear week.
Don’t miss these young designers in Design Indaba’s Emerging Creatives showcase!