From breaking global boundaries, to championing social issues, some of South Africa’s best-loved creatives used the last 12 months to craft unique and special offerings to their communities and consumers, and taught us a few lessons about how to rethink our own approaches to business and creativity.
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The latest campaign for the Military Fez range was shot by local photographer, Justice Mukheli.
Donna Mathole’s most recent collection, Work Wear, was inspired by the denim that miners, postmen and construction workers used to wear while working.
Afrigarde is a collection of multi-functional ranges of Wearable Art, which can be used as Interior or Fashion Design products. The Afrigarde pieces, created by Maria Uys, look equally good adorning your body as they do decorating your wall. The pieces that make up the Afrigarde ranges are bold, yet […]
Vadoek (n.) Fa-duk. The Afrikaans word for a multipurpose cloth for kitchen usage. Mungo’s new 100% cotton Vadoek is a vibrant checkered kitchen cloth that certainly checks all the boxes – colour, texture, absorbency and ultimate utility all in one. This contemporary take on the traditional plaid tea towel will […]
The DISNEY FUNERAL collection boils at the intersection of wonder, beauty, and fragility, playing on aesthetics and imagination.
BESPOKE, the latest collection from Cape Town fashion brand Beau Beau, features a unique selection of robes that were designed to make a statement.
Siemens FABRIC is a showcase of how the underlying data of an African city can play a role in transformation into the smart cities of the future. Demonstrated by using data to design unique fabrics for each city, then designing garments from those fabrics. SIEMENS believes that each city has […]
Good Good Good is a Cape Town fashion brand that focuses on elevating modern streetwear using high-quality fabrics and classic tailoring practices.
Thebe Magugu has had an exciting start to 2019 as his star continues to rise both locally and internationally.
Instagram is still very much about posting eye-catching images but this popular social media platform is fast becoming one of the best places to shop for new, preloved and vintage fashion.
This year’s South African Menswear Week Autumn/ Winter collections were showcased on February 9th at the famous Silo District in Cape Town.
YELLOW EKO FEVER is the latest offering from South African designer Marianne Fassler and is a collaboration set in Lagos with Nigerian photographer Reze Bonna.
Designer and student, Nkuli Twala says his clothing brand, Freedom and Guns speaks to the many ways people have used the means of violence to gain freedom. As a designer, his “gun” is designing clothing because that’s what brings him the most freedom. “The name was inspired by the concept […]