Fashion, My Passion
Sep08

Fashion, My Passion

By: Michelle Jali I always say ‘nothing beats passion’, I knew for a long time that fashion was mine but my mum wasn’t convinced . We all have our own definition of what passion is. Mine is getting up in the middle of the night to master your craft in a space where you won’t have an audience because recognition is better than fame. Growing up I was more on the tomboy side, there seemed no fashion future in sight for me. Food, football...

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It’s A Hard Life For a Come-up | SA Fashion Industry
Aug17

It’s A Hard Life For a Come-up | SA Fashion Industry

By: Michelle Jali Correct me if am wrong – I strongly believe that our creative juice is fuelled by the experience we get which directs us to wanting something new and different and that is what makes us creative’s different from the rest. I am a first year fashion student. Excited to start varsity I had plans set out on how I would utilise my time. What I would do that will keep me ahead of my peers. Initially I wanted to take my...

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Legacy of LEGiT continues with Punk & Ivy for Winter 2015!
Apr10

Legacy of LEGiT continues with Punk & Ivy for Winter 2015!

By: Sandy Nene LEGiT’s proud and defiant statement, “Don’t Tell Me What To Wear”, has become the mantra for Mzansi’s savvy young women who definitely know what they want. They know that with every new season the iconic brand gives them another reason to stake their individuality with a fresh range of fashion-forward items. And with a series of unique and inspiring collaborations already under its (very stylish) belt, LEGiT is once...

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Interview | Onela Joni Living Her Fashion Dream In Milan
Apr08

Interview | Onela Joni Living Her Fashion Dream In Milan

By: Candice Morrow “Follow your dreams,” we’re told; and that is exactly what twenty four year old Onela Joni is doing. Born and raised in the Eastern Cape she always knew she wanted to be a fashion designer, not just any fashion designer but a successful designer who used fashion as one of the outlets she used to express her creativity. She spent most of her childhood in Butterworth before moving to Umtata and going on to study...

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Explore with Style: Personal Fashion Evolution
Feb27

Explore with Style: Personal Fashion Evolution

By: Elihle Gwala One of the aspects of fashion which makes dressing up so much fun and amazing is getting to experiment with your style and dressing up for either varied occasions, work or a new era in your personal life. In the past four years or so I have seen my personal style evolve with each year and the amazing part is not having to plan for it to happen but to see the evolution take place naturally. One may wonder how can I say...

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Pine-terest | Fashion In South Africa
Feb18

Pine-terest | Fashion In South Africa

By: Candice Morrow Fashion is an art, an expression and most of all it seems to make the world go round. It’s no wonder then that we spend so much time stalking our favourite bloggers, designers and online shopping sites with our maxed out credit cards just for a quick fashion fix. It’s a language many understand and breaking the rules is what sets each and every one apart and boy are we glad for this evolution. I’ll confess that I...

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