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June 20, 2017
Luke Doman

Luke Doman: Cultural Appropriation and Organisational Structures

It shouldn’t be a surprise to know that the ever evolving mindsets and cultures of the new generation will eventually affect organisational structures. There are no skill sets in place to define an individual; we can be whoever we want, when we want. Resources are readily available with minimal effort needed. Luke Doman from corner …

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June 8, 2017
Sealand Gear Sewing

Ethical fashion: A South African Perspective

  Ever thought about ethical fashion? Were you ever in a big retail chain store and wondered how they manage to keep their stock levels up in this fast paced world that we live in? Ever thought about who is making the clothes you are wearing? Ever wondered how much energy and natural resources go …

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June 2, 2017

Young and Lazy’s latest collection

  Anees Petersen from Young and Lazy gave us a quick preview of life after collaborating with one of South Africa’s biggest retail giants and why he chose to shoot his latest campaign himself. The new campaign reflects moments of his journey to Mecca last year in the form of the colours, fabrics and textures …

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May 29, 2017
Street Lines Apparel Sports Luxe x Chclt

Street Lines Apparel launches Ladies Sports Luxe range

Street Lines Apparel released it’s first Womens Sports Luxe range. Featuring bold pops of colour like cobalt and orange, the line channels classic tracksuit fits and retro style. The Sports Luxe range goes outside the usual collection staples and is entirely dedicated to the trending street wear and sports athleisure wear matrimony. Despite the endless …

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May 4, 2017
Seraaj Semaar x Chclt

Youth 95 Part One: Seraaj Semaar; the basic boy with a not-so-basic vision

A certain twinkle in the eye and mountains of enthusiasm spill out of Seraaj Semaar when he talks about fashion. A freelance stylist and co-owner of fashion brand Youth 95, Seraaj talks about where his love of fashion came from, his hopes and aspirations for the youth of South Africa and minimalist style. Humbled, soft …

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April 20, 2017

Product Design Part One: Packaging

A great thing about hiring an industrial designer to offer your business design solutions is that the designer conceptualises and creates products that are not only great in design, but both functional in sustainability and an economical sense e.g packaging. The first contributing factor one faces when given many options is the packaging of a …

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