As an avid lover of authentic, locally produced fashion and décor items, here’s Siki Msuseni’s WISHLIST.
Daniel Ting Chong is an artist, graphic designer and illustrator. As one of Cape Town’s top talents, here’s his “super nice” local WISHLIST.
Roger Jardine, Durban-based photographer and all-round creative genius, shares his art-centric Wishlist with us.
VATIC is the combined talents of photographer Brett Rubin and stylist Nicole van Heerden. They’ve put together an aspiration Wishlist of luxe local goods.
Kim Longhurst, Durban-based illustrator and avid collector, shares her Wishlist of local – and by that we mean eThekwini – must-haves that she’d most like to receive this festive season.
The super-stylish Malibongwe Tyilo tells us which local treasures he’d like to unwrap this festive season.
His blog, Stuurman Style Diary, lets us know that Trevor Stuurman has a great eye for all things local and stylish. Here is his Wishlist.
For her Wishlist, Anna Savage has kept it even more local and compiled a selection of all-Durban crafts and artisan products. Most of these can only be found at the I Heart Market, which incidentally, she runs.
The exceptionally talented Gisele Human, a copywriter for Machine and designer/maker for her own label WAIF, shares her Wishlist of local wonders with us.
For this Wishlist, Fashion Editor at The Sunday Times Fashion Weekly, Roxanne Robinson, let us in on the local loot she’d most like to unwrap these holidays.
A reflection of his interests, Jasper Eales’ Wishlist wouldn’t be complete without surfboards, skateboards, buggies and bikes.
In a bid to support our world-class South African designers, makers, and entrepreneurs, we’re bringing you Wishlist, an annual festive season series/gift guide. Today, we’re checking in with gallery assistant and sex ‘zine author, Laura Windvogel aka Lady Skollie, to find out what’s on her wishlist.
South Africa is jam-packed with exciting local designers and products, so why not buy local gifts this year? For our annual Wishlist series, we ask South African creatives to share their own wishlists of locally designed and made goods, to act as a gift-guide when you shop this festive season.
We asked Sara Trickett of fashion, trends and pop culture site Itswhatiminto to let us in on what locally made products are on her wishlist this season.
For today’s Wishlist we asked Lucas R Adams to share the local products that he’d be more than happy to receive this festive season.