ISSUE001 explores the general South African summer gear in the lens of current fashion, introducing bold accents and over-sized pockets to staples such as the bucket hat, plain white t-shirt and gilet.
NOTGOOD.ENOUGH ™ reimagines the idea of multiples for its second official collection, tilted ‘Parallel’.
With Alexandra township serving as the backdrop for the visuals, Tamara Moeng as the model, and Mthokozisi Luke Ncube as the photographer, the lookbook embodies the brand’s South African streetwear and youth lifestyle.
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.
Bad Paper, founded in 2016, creates a space for artists where their work can reach its full potential through publications or specific editions. Founders, Ben Johnson (book/graphic designer) and Rodan Kane Hart (visual artist), created Bad Paper to provide an alternative to the gallery system by using multiples as a form […]
‘It’s the lovechild of the ’80s and ’90s!’ Vintage label Better Half and Cape Town creatives Anke Loots and Nina Milner have teamed up on a brand new lookbook.
Starring Ladie Skollie, Marianne Fassler’s latest campaign shows resort looks with bohemian appeal.
Ruffled textures, vibrant tones and all the fun in the world! Fedisa graduate Liz Valentina chats to us about her debut collection.
Two streetwear labels have recently collaborated on a range that pays homage to the fictional character Max Cherry in cult movie ‘Jackie Brown’.
South African illustrators Maaike Bakker, Sebastien Quevauvilliers, Jade Klara, Nanna Venter and Lorenzo Plaatjies team up with MRP to create a new line of limited edition artwork t-shirts.
Creative collective Chaf Kozi lift the lid on their new vintage brand Swift Thrift plus share a fresh look book photographed by Tarryn Hatchett.
Luxury and athletic wear designer Nao Serati talks to us about taking a playful approach to his latest look book, photographed in Fish Hoek.
Designer to watch Sakhile Cebekhulu talks to us about his label SASH, which aims to celebrate African pride while debunking elitist notions around fashion.
For his dynamic Spring Summer 2017 lookbook Thebe Magugu teams up with super stylist Bee Diamondhead and photographer Aart Verrips.