The Wavescape Surf & Ocean Festival presented by VANS hosts an extended lineup of 15 events – with the screening of more than 30 surf and ocean films – that are taking place at 10 different venues around Cape Town and False Bay.
Converse’s stroke of sustainability carries the brand’s latest iteration at developing products that are innovative and ethically produced; introducing the Converse Renew Canvas collection.
The event promises to be a celebration of beauty and femininity as over 40 burlesque dancers take to the stage in all their feathered finery. The Grand Exhibition will highlight top burlesque talent in Cape Town, ranging from seasoned professional solo-artists to Cape Town’s longest-standing burlesque companies.
Today, we celebrate International Day of the Girl Child and the theme for 2019 is GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable.
Growing more aware of the fashion industry’s harmful effects on the environment, fashion brands are evolving and have started producing clothes using environmentally friendly materials. Here, we look at some South African fashion brands that are promoting environmental sustainability.
Chaeli Mycroft, an iconic disability activist with cerebral palsy, teamed up with creative agency King James Cape Town to launch the Chaeli Campaign.
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