Today’s Oh Wow! round-up has us looking at a gorgeous fashion editorial going back to basics and a couple of creatures and critters reflecting the bizarre beauty of nature. ONE – Editorial for Elle Magazine photographed by Elford/De La Forêt. Stylist: Tarryn Oppel | Hair & make-up: Fiona Gentry […]
Today’s edition of Oh Wow includes some gorgeous printed garments by Lalesso, Ben Johnston’s superb hand lettering and a live improvisational music piece using water percussion.
27 years old and from Durban, Mathew Kieser works full time with his wife who together supply and manufacture clothing for a number of large South African retailers. Last year he began working on his own menswear label ‘SOL-SOL’.
Today we’ve got our eyes on all things Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg, some amazing shorts by King Juliet, a furry pink skull, a beautiful short film about colour and a new ongoing illustration series, ‘All Fours’.
One of our favourite local designers, Daniel Ting Chong, has teamed up with RVCA to create a new range featuring some seriously fun food iconography and lettering.
This week we’ve got illustrations a-plenty, an impressive public art crowd-funding initiative and a preview of the Jane Sews Winter collection.
me.plus.one is a street wear brand designed by Daniel Sher and Paige Smith and produced entirely in Cape Town.
South African clothing brand Urban° has been making use of our local illustration talent with their seasonal Artist in Residence project.
Earlier this year, Far and Wide Design launched a range of T-shirts called ‘n Versameling Idiome featuring illustrations based on well-known Afrikaans sayings. Yesterday they released a brand new collection.
‘Rule of Thumb‘ is the brainchild of three students who felt the need to further explore their creative potential. In the first series of mens T-shirts, two ranges have been designed. The range of printed t’s was inspired by iconic natural objects of South Africa such as the protea, […]
Ian Lambert is studying graphic design and art direction at the AAA School of Advertising. In his spare time, and in the hope of making some extra money to help with his studies, he designs and makes these caps under the label Kado.
It’s time for Rock Me Again, again! The initiative, started by Capsule Projects, that challenges a select group of SA fashion designers to rework garments donated by the public, which will be photographed and exhibited, is back for another round.
With the launch of a brand new look store in Sandton at 9am tomorrow, a FashionSquad causing a stir in traffic today and a competition to win a trip to London, lots is happening at Mr Price lately.
Noon Gun is a proudly Capetonian T-shirt and clothing brand with a lot to say.
Big Blue has chosen the winners of the 2011 Makhulu Polane T-shirt design competition and here they are.