Following the announcement of the inclusion of the POP BOTTLES Ent TWO’s UP stage at Superbalist is Rocking the Daisies 2016, Cape Town’s music festival enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to. It’s one thing flying international and local music talent from other provinces into Cape Town, but it’s another thing altogether when the OG of Cape Town Hip Hop is placed on the line-up, and not for the first time either.
Youngsta has a highly impressive list of titles and achievements, which you can check out here, and represents a multitude of brands that include Red Bull and 2Bop. Youngsta is clearly no stranger to the SA Hip Hop industry and we’ve decided to let his music do the talking. Continue reading →
The Gold Creatures Wedding | As many of you may already know, Greg and myself tied the knot in in March earlier this year. To say that it absolutely was the most magical time of our lives is an understatement. I think, as with most couples who decide to get married, you realize quite quickly into your wedding planning that your wedding is not all about you like people love to say it is. I mean it is. It’s about your commitment to each other and celebrating that, but it’s also about your family and more importantly, honoring them with your commitment. Continue reading →
Part 1 of my partnership with Huawei was a a post on how to create the perfect flatlay, including an incredible giveaway – which is still running by the way, enter here. You could stand a chance to win the incredible new Huawei P9 Smartphone (read more about it here). I absolutely loved creating that content for you guys and it got me thinking, there’s a lot that goes into creating a post like that. I thought it might be interesting for my readers to understand what happens behind the scenes, but also maybe for brands and agencies to get a better understanding of what goes into our creative process and content production. Continue reading →
About a week or two ago Greg and I attended an amazing event at the one of a kind pop up bar called THE FORAGER by Botanist Gin. To be honest, Greg and I never really know what to expect from events these days, sometimes they’re a lot of fun but most of the time they’re just a massive waste of our time. This one, however, blew our socks off. What an awesome experience! Continue reading →
After collectively losing our minds THREE times for YEEZY BOOST’s this past year, it’s safe to say that Kanye and adidas Originals have owned the high end ‘must-have’ sneaker game of 2015. With another 2 drops before 2016, I actually feel like I need to tell Kanye to stop playing with my feelings. adidas Originals also, stop with the heat! But also don’t stop because I like the heat and I want all of the YEEZY drops and they are very nice, thanks. Continue reading →
We all love Instagram, admit it! I always find myself creeping late at night (it’s not as creepy as it sounds though, don’t worry) on other fashion accounts wishing they were mine or that I’d thought of that idea first. You can deconstruct Instagram in any which way you want – I think it’s a beautiful way to express yourself creatively. These 8 Fashion Instagram Accounts are killing it in every way possible. I’m finding all the good ones, so that you don’t have to! Continue reading →
One of the many amazing things about being part of the blogging/creative industry is being able to connect and collaborate with like minded, young creative people who are challenging the way things are done within the fashion industry. One of the people we have been lucky to work with is Siya Beyile of The Threaded Man. We sat down with Siya to dig a little deeper into the thought behind his fashion portal, his summer fashion must-haves and any advice he may have for fashion industry newbies. Continue reading →
A beautiful story, that if you are South African, will surely pull on your heart strings. ‘It’s not about us’ is an intimate portrait of three unique characters – Kabelo Kungwane, Wanda Lephoto and Xzavier Zulu, who together, make up The Sartists – and their shared passion for creativity which is brought to life through the photographic lense of Andile Buka. The film reveals their motivations, fears and dreams as they work tirelessly towards their first ‘big break’ – a collaboration with adidas Originals for the launch of Supershell in South Africa.