FAKA brings us a new music video directed by Jabu Newman
Person: Jabu Nadia Newman
Watch Dope St Jude’s new music video Grrrl Like.
Brand new lookbook by local hat designer Simon and Mary inspired us to think about the influence and meaning of the Wild West on local creative scene.
Thinking of starting a crowdunding campaign? We spoke to ThundaFund and The Foxy Five team to find out what a successful campaign actually entails.
Sindi-Leigh McBride, Jabu Nadia Newman and Tyla Mason share their creative responses to the evening they spent together at Mulberry & Prince.
Are you ready? The Foxy Five have entered the cybersphere to examine intersectional feminism through the lived experiences of South African women.
Jabu Nadia Newman and her fictional girl gang The Foxy Five are all about smashing South Africa’s labyrinth of structural oppression.
Dirty Laundry is a feisty combination of vintage fashion and modern feminism.
Marking Thabo Africa’s directorial debut, the music video takes inspiration from Salvador Dali’s painting ‘Female figure with Head of Flowers’.
Meet a few of Cape Town’s bright young personalities in the striking portraiture of Chris Kets and Jabu Nadia Newman.
Junk & Disorderly’s Frida Kahlo inspired lookbook timelessly styles vintage clothing for the fierce contemporary woman.
Photographed by Nash Mariah, the 70s aesthetic of Junk & Disorderly’s first lookbook is inspired by the Plumstead home it was shot in.
Dope Saint Jude has just released her new single ‘Brown Baas’, a project that she’s keen to emphasis is completely done by women of colour. To coincide with the release of this new track, we caught up with her and video director Kyla Phil to find out about the creative process and inspiration behind it.