While the fashion industry continues to grow & change, we must never forget where it all began. Back then there was no technology like there is today, so a lot more went into creating an iconic piece. Today we literally need to snap a pic and send it to someone to re-create. In a nutshell the influence of fashion continues year after year. Basic silhouettes and styles are updated & adapted.
Classy gentlemen have discovered that antique clothing have magnificent cut and exquisite detailing not often found in garments these days. That was then this is now.
Every vintage garment comes with a story. Little is more exciting than being able to trace the origin of a garment. Our fashion expert shows us some vintage inspirations used in current pieces by fashion designers.
Meet Don, #TheJediMaster (or Donovan when his mom gets upset at him) a two times Next Generation Wella Master colour award winner.
First launched in 1993 as a replacement for the W201 (Mercedes-Benz 190 E Class) which was in production from 1982 till April of 1993 (with 1,874,668 vehicles produced) the Mercedes-Benz C-Class quickly became a legend amongst many South African’s thanks to its compact yet executive design and was Mercedes-Benz’s smallest model until 1997 – with the arrival of the A-Class. Continue reading “A 90’s LEGEND REINVENTED”
When wanderlust takes over.
The look good feel good philosophy is something that I really feel passionate about. Continue reading “LOOK GOOD FEEL GOOD!”
Words: Ndumiso Mngadi
With winter right here our skin is always the first to feel the effects. A few ideas on how to keep our skin “living well” in the colder months.
An ongoing craze that doesn’t show signs of stopping is ethnic or tribal fashion. As South African’s we have good reason to celebrate this fashion trend, as we have so many rich, colourful cultures in our diverse country. We needn’t look elsewhere for inspiration as it is all around us. Time for us to wear the crown.