Neo Serati Mofammerein is the brains behind Johannesburg’s contemporary athleisure brand Nao Serati. The brand specialises in unisex garments that explore the margins of gender and sexuality, while bearing in mind their South African heritage.
In Funk We Trust is the title of the latest AW18 lookbook that was created by photographer, Themba Mbuyisa, in conjunction with Floyd Avenue Clothing.
Husband and wife duo, Erin-Lee and Chad Petersen, have released their latest Research Unit collection, Masala.
Out the Closet Clothing has collaborated with artists and activists Wes and Boni of the This is What Makes us Girls* zine for their new lookbook, An Ode to Boyhood and Being in love. The lookbook was shot by Lauren Brits, the owner of Out the Closet clothing. Wes penned […]
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’.
Cape Town brands OH OK and btny. have joined forces to create two limited edition, plant-themed t-shirts.
The Expressionist Anthony Bila teams up with DEAD. to photograph their limited capsule drop for Autumn/Winter 2018 called we gon’ live forever. vol. iii.
With a new collection and lookbook out, B**gy is a fashion outsider making relevant and important art, writes Siyabonga-Andre Dennis.
Exploring a design and style that lies between Cape Town and Taiwanese street culture, the Cape Town clothing collective has created a new vision.
Khanyisile Dube, founder of the contemporary streetwear brand Trendscend, drops a capsule collection illustrated by Takudzwa Dlamini.
The vintage sleepwear range ‘for the sleepers who like to look good with their eyes closed’, launches in Joburg this week.
With photographs by Matt Kay and styling by Roxanne Robinson, here’s the new ALC collection.
Kasified Clothing was birthed in Soweto with a dream to be a big name in the fashion industry, and its manifesting exactly that.
Directed by Alex Andipatin, the film follows three friends as they explore Cape Town and contemplate bright colours and used clothing.
Lampost Rise photographer Aart Verrips goest backstage at SA Fashion Week SS18 to capture striking portraits.