The very first South African Jewellery Week (SAJW) will be taking place this year from 31 October to 5 November 2019 in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
Nicole Dalton is the founder of GhostGoods who makes accessories and homeware for a global community of fans.
Black Betty Design believes that asymmetry is key to ear adornment, which is why they’ve created a unique collection of tiny trinkets that can be mixed and matched to perfectly adorn each ear
From experimenting with clay to launching a range of one-of-a-kind earrings, Cape Town jewellery designer Amber Tak talks looking to nature for inspiration.
We take a look at a new collection and look book by studio Black Betty Design, which aims to encourage personal style.
This season, we’re updating our jewellery collections with non-symmetrical designs, wearable tech and leather earrings. Check out these designers.
Self-taught jewellery designer Githan Coopoo crafts sculptural, unconventional pieces out of clay. Find out more about the designer here.
We teamed up with PICHULIK, Ma’art Jewellery, and SMITH on this striking summer lookbook to celebrate jewellery as a form of identity and symbolic adornment.
Gabrielle Kannemeyer and Kyle Weeks invited local artists to be part of a beautiful portrait series to showcase Steffany Roup’s handcrafted jewellery.
New art directing duo Churche have created a delightful (and cat-ful) lookbook for Cape Town jewellery label Rakky.
Pichulik has launched their first seaside chic clothing and shoe range inspired by Italy but made with the South African summer in mind.
Pichulik’s SS16 collection pays tribute to Villa Lena in Italy, where Katherine-Mary Pichulik stayed for two months during the European summer.
Rounded corners, non-symmetrical shapes, weird, unshapely shapes, shapes like ears and the outlines of eyes – these are the many shapes of WAIF.
New music, an editorial where artisanal fashion meets urban grunge, a sneak peek of a new jewellery range and other wow-worthy things released this week.
RAKKY is for people who find joy in wearing something unusual, who appreciate the peculiar and who aren’t averse to a bit of anti-minimalism.