Did you know: Tsonga rap, Sho Madjozi or Huku?

A fast fact about our country that almost all South Africans are familiar with is that  there are 11 official languages – a mirror of the variety of cultures that our people represent. Amongst the lesser known cultures, for me at least, is that of Tsonga. I don’t think I’ve met a Tsonga person as yet, except for recently and in a virtual setting – … Continue reading Did you know: Tsonga rap, Sho Madjozi or Huku?

What I love about Erykah, Street Art, Naked Ape and Stitch & Steel

  What I love about Erykah Badu I’ve always been drawn to the music of Ms. Erykah Badu. The imagery coupled with her music intensified this level of attraction for me. What she represented was different, somewhat spiritual yet at the same time very real. She seemed grounded and true to her unique self. Listening to the lyrics makes her music even more enchanting. Her … Continue reading What I love about Erykah, Street Art, Naked Ape and Stitch & Steel

Dare to say, IamWinnieMandela

(I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that) I didn’t know much about Winnie Mandela, besides the fact that she was married to our first black president and world-renowned struggle activist, Mr. Nelson Mandela. She passed away two weeks ago and little by little, I am discovering more  about this iconic example of what it is to be human. The kind of human that inspires greatness … Continue reading Dare to say, IamWinnieMandela

You’re a creative wanting to make a living? Learn from your customer community

You’re a creative wanting to make a living? This is possible if you take note of your current and/or prospective customer community.  Community is defined as “the condition of sharing or having certain attitudes and interests in common” according to the dictionary (or a Google search). Community is synonymous with the words identity and belonging. There is a specific set of characteristics that sets apart … Continue reading You’re a creative wanting to make a living? Learn from your customer community

How a Business Model is more relevant than a Super Model for your fashion business

The Kylie Jenner’s and Cara Delevingne’s have  got nothing on the Naomi Campbell’s and Tyra Banks’s and the Naomi’s and Tyra’s have got nothing on the Business Model. This is especially true in the context of being a fashion business owner. What is a business model and why is it even relevant? Architects build models before they go about erecting property in order to visualize … Continue reading How a Business Model is more relevant than a Super Model for your fashion business

The struggle of getting dressed without a F-L mirror…

When someone is passionate about something, they’re driven to explore a range of different options in the said area that they share a love for. As an example, a chef loves to experiment with different flavours and new combinations and the same can be said for a musician (who’d likely listen to and find inspiration in varied genres) and even a scientist will test a … Continue reading The struggle of getting dressed without a F-L mirror…

Favourite looks from Sarah Langa

Scroll through the Instagram feed of Sarah Langa and you’re sure to do a whole lot of double-tapping and think of the words sophisticated, sexy, stylish. Here are seven of my favourite looks from the South African fashion blogger Sarah Langa Pink and black is a great colour palette to wear in Autumn, as shown here.  I love the way the shade of pink blends … Continue reading Favourite looks from Sarah Langa