Creative campaigns with an inventive spirit have always been at the heart of what Spree aims to achieve and their new ‘Youth run Spree’ campaign is no different.
Spree gave the group full reign on the campaign in order to produce authentic images and expose the realness of African Gen Z’s, and the end results are stunning.
With a brand new project just out, titled Lagosfuturism, emerging creative Daniel Obasi has looked to futurism to make visuals that interrogate identity and celebrate creativity.
Country Road and Prime Obsession team up for CR.CAPSULE, the brand’s March capsule collection. We take a look at the campaign, shot by Themba Mbuyisa.
We check out the latest visual offering by multidisciplinary brand OH OK Apparel.
RHTC x Playground launched their streetwear collab with Cotton Club Records last Saturday. We recap on the iconic launch.
Curated by Tumi Mosaka, the sixth Cape Town Art Fair took place last weekend at the city’s Convention Centre and we were there to snap the attendees.
Still reeling from Littlegig Festival over the weekend, we take a look at the fashion and faces at the 24-hour forest fest.
New streetwear label Beau Beau, pronounced ‘Boo Boo’, is a collaboration by two friends split between Joburg and Cape Town.
In the second instalment of ON COLOURS, fashion designer Rich Mnisi chats on all things yellow.
The two brands have recently debuted a collaborative range of limited edition jeans and shirt.
Flowers, pastel colours and books add layers to a lookbook that aims to celebrate individualism and explore socially constructed identities.
Featuring actor Amanda du-Pont and with creative direction by Trevor Stuurman and Rich Mnisi, check out the new adicolor campaign.
Bold pastels offer a fresh take on 2018 in the latest GOLF le FLEUR* from Tyler, The Creator and Converse
Shot in a maize field on the outskirts of Nairobi, Ichyulu releases a new series of visuals showcasing accessories by brands such as Pichulik and Nkwo.