Tag / cape town

August 16, 2017
Zombie Nun by Chad

Chad Waller: Terrifyingly realistic creations with Organic Canvas

  16.08.17 by Aneeqah Samsodien   Chclt showcases something fresh on the Journal this week. We highlight and promote creatives in South Africa and provide a platform for people to engage, network, learn and discover new things. We interviewed Chad Waller, founder of Organic Canvas, a company specialising in special effects, creature creations and silicone …

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August 14, 2017

Youghazi Fragrances opens new Beauty Bar in Woodstock; Cape Town

14.08.17 by Aneeqah Samsodien   In honour of Women’s Month, Chclt is celebrating powerful women making things happen in South Africa. Rushana Meyer, owner of Youghazi Fragrances Collection, launches a new Beauty Bar in Woodstock, Cape Town. As a single mother, we salute Rushana on her ballsiness and determination to building her empire and juggling …

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August 3, 2017
Comedy - Yaaseen Barnes

Yaaseen Barnes: Make Funny & Changing Perceptions of Muslim Comedians

03.08.17 by Aneeqah Samsodien We met up with comedian Yaaseen Barnes at Burger King where we were invited to eat free food and sample their new burger. We chat about his love of comedy and how dropping his final exams to take the stage was the best decision he ever made. Most people don’t realise …

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July 28, 2017
Tara Boraine (Tzara) Raymond Cure Sundays

Raymond Cure: A shift in live music streaming in South Africa

28.07.17 by Aneeqah Samsodien Live music streaming is now a thing in South Africa thanks to Raymond Cure Sundays. People are invited to tune in and listen to the sweet sounds of local artists on a Sunday afternoon, gearing you up for the work week ahead. What started out as a live stream show between …

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July 21, 2017

Sustainable and Ethical Fashion companies in South Africa

21.07.17 by Aneeqah Samsodien Since becoming a World Design Capital, Cape Town and South Africa has been in the spotlight and has been given the opportunity to showcase it’s ethical fashion and fair trade manufacturing to the world. Fortunately, with the help of unions like SACTWU (South African Clothing and Textile Workers’ Union), our country …

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July 7, 2017
Shot by Cedric Nzaka

These Are The Streets: Charming Mosa Hlope, the visual content creator

07.07.2017 * By Aneeqah Samsodien   South Africa’s creative community is thriving; it’s an ongoing process focused on building a strong foundation, challenging companies’ strategies and pushing the creative scope by moving away from stereotypical ideas and thinking. Mosa Hlope, founder of visual content creation brand, These Are The Streets, is one individual that has …

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June 2, 2017

Young and Lazy’s latest collection

    02.06.17 by Aneeqah Samsodien   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 …

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May 29, 2017
Street Lines Apparel Sports Luxe x Chclt

Street Lines Apparel launches Ladies Sports Luxe range

29.05.17 by Aneeqah Samsodien   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 …

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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

  04.05.17 by Aneeqah Samsodien   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 …

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