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Author: Casandra Jordaan
Evans has launched a Spring Summer ’18 collection that puts a fresh spin on a classic South African accessory.
Directed and produced by Alex Andipatin, hack://Liberate is a concept film that speaks to how we should truly be defining our personal style.
The Proclamation 73 project is calling for photographic submissions in an effort to piece together the hidden history of Durban’s coloured population.
Creativate, the new festival taking place at this year’s National Arts Festival, will explore the space where art, creativity and technology meet.
Featuring Lady Skollie, Palesa Kgasane and more, FemmeProjects’ new campaign aims to eliminate the taboo surrounding menstruation.
With a new lookbook and range out, Thabo Kopele’s latest collection ‘was inspired by the desire of wanting to be a clean, stylish and contemporary minimalist’.
With a new body of work titled, Private: A Studio Glimpse, contemporary painter Luke Batha balances form, colour and light.
Self-taught photographer Katya Abedian has recently released a photo series about transcending social media’s pitfalls.
With new music and fresh visuals, Three Witches and Cape Town producer Tzara give us a glimpse into their latest project.
Exploring a design and style that lies between Cape Town and Taiwanese street culture, the Cape Town clothing collective has created a new vision.
Leading up to Diamond Thug’s release of their debut LP in April 2018, ‘Choo Choo’ presents a dark electronic tone comparing a lover’s quarrel to a medieval battle.