Local designer label AKJP offer up an eye catching Spring Summer lookbook inspired by Helmut Newton’s 1970’s erotic pool side images.
Person: Kent Andreasen
The beautiful visuals for Batuk’s track ‘Daniel’ ebb between the ochre hues of outdoor Mozambican splendour and luminous night scenes.
Pichulik has launched their first seaside chic clothing and shoe range inspired by Italy but made with the South African summer in mind.
Skattie Celebrates the art of Thania Petersen, Kent Andreasen shares some travel snaps and The Lottery Tickets release a surprise old/new album.
Kent Andreasen has published his first photobook – a limited edition, 96-pager titled 1991 (after his birth year) comprised of images shot between 2012 and 2014.
A meditation on light through the eyes of local photographers, ordered from AM to PM to show light in a few of its infinitely varying stages and forms.
Oh Wow! time. Today’s edition includes some golden photographs, a daily type challenge, a lookbook video and a song about things we do on the weekend.
Reflections and oppositions inspire Reflété, a collaborative project shot by Kent Andreasen and produced by Julia Campbell Gillies, with styling by Ane Strydom and a video by Tao Farren-Hefer.
A series of mixtapes bringing Cape Town to your earbuds, a humorous tumblr of illustrated tweets and a glimpse of the first SA menswear week.
A beautiful art performance, hand painted signage and typography spotted all over Johannesburg and the phys ed coaches of your dreams.
A “holiday photo album” inspired by the feelings evoked by old family photographs, brought to you by 35 local creatives.
The House of Cinnamon, an online shoes boutique, have launched a lighter and brighter collection of summertime essentials.
MUTE is the first ready-to-wear collection to be released by Jenevieve Lyons, which explores and articulates the theme of ‘oddity’.
Today we’re looking at the latest Art54 public installation; embellished notebooks by Essie Letterpress; a collaboration between SA brand Quamta and colette, Paris; and eye-ball pizza and other drawings from group exhibition, BAZOOKA. We’re listening to music from oh dark arrow, Native Young and Sannie Fox.
Capsule Projects’ latest offering is a collection of masks by 15 local artists that rather than offer a disguise for their wearers, reveal something, however cryptic, about the makers.