Growing more aware of the fashion industry’s harmful effects on the environment, fashion brands are evolving and have started producing clothes using environmentally friendly materials. Here, we look at some South African fashion brands that are promoting environmental sustainability.
Rocking the Daisies attendees pulled out their best festival lewks and brought some heat to this year’s event. Here are some of the cool fits we spotted on IG.
Viviers, in collaboration with Marlene Hettie Steyn and Pascale Theron of Feathered Fabrics, created a collection filled with vibrant shades and beautiful designs that were showcased at a runway show held at the designer’s house in Johannesburg.
The project, titled Born In America explores the ways in which the American clothing brand has influenced his aesthetic as a young South African.
Styling your hair can be time-consuming and expensive but thanks to Instagram – a treasure trove of hair-themed accounts, it will never be boring.
It remains to be seen if more brands will take a page out of Zara’s book and do more relatable, yet effective campaigns without recycling the same five faces.
The 25-year-old’s work is centred on feminism, masculinity and nostalgia. She hopes to evoke the qualities of childlikeness and innocence in the garments she creates.
The rapper was at the TOMMYNOW TommyXLewis event and is set to interview the iconic American designer Tommy Hilfiger.
The gorgeous designs that give The Lalela Scarf such vibrant appeal have been created using Lalela learners’ original artworks. It is a sustainable cycle of life-changing art.
World-Renowned South African designer, David Tlale has embarked on a unique partnership with Tastic in honour of Heritage Month.
Currie’s love for the industry, and for graphic design grew during her time at A Fashion Friend. She studied in the UK, where she completed a Fashion Certificate at the Vogue Condé Nast College.
BLVCKELEMENT is a denim brand that identifies with “daring individuals who are about innovation and incorporating high-end Avant-Garde fashion into everyday wear.”
Cape Town’s maverick milliner The Real Crystal Birch has her sights set on the international headspace.
Cape Town based fashion brand, Good Good Good recently collaborated with illustrator Shaun Hill to create their AW19 collection- a collection that celebrates the highs and highs of cannabis culture.
On the 15th of August 2019 the eagerly-anticipated Mantsho x H&M collaboration collection will be available in all South African H&M stores, online markets, as well as exclusive flagship stores around the world.