Sooo, we’re in a recession and every last rand has to be stretched really far in order to make it through the month. Petrol is almost R17/L (cry with me). The good people at Cadbury can see our struggle and they’d like to bless us, literally.View post
It's been three months since 6th-year medical student, Tamaryn Green, was pronounced the most beautiful, smartest and inspiring girl in South Africa from a class of 12 finalists. Today, she announced her official mission for her one-year reign; a campaign whose aim is to #BreakTheStigma against TB which is the leading cause of death in South Africans according to Stats SA. View post
Image: Picnicoolin We're slap bang in the middle of 2018 and the 1st half of the year has probably taken its toll and your friends are probably feeling it too. We're suggesting a girls trip to the year's biggest equestrian fashion event, the DBN July. View post
The 24th annual South African Music Awards took over Sun City from Friday 01 June - Saturday 01 June in honour of the best in our local music industry, or so says the Recording Industry of South Africa (RISA).View post
"Print is dead", they said. About 3 years ago, there was a brief moral panic about the insurgence of digital media, mostly due to the threat that it posed to the print media industry. The same conversation was being had on South Africa's Twitter streets as news of print publications moving to provide content digitally alongside the print products. We're now in 2018 and print media is fine; one of the main issues seemingly being publications not creating the content that people want to see hence the fall of sales. It is a lot more complex than that sole reasoning though, but South Africa first needs to deal with the access to internet before we can really see a threat to print media. The small insider world of magazines and newspapers is often very different to what we see in television and movie depictions (i.e., The Devil Wears Prada, Scandal SA, ...
Feature Image: @Sponono_Fierce In a world of off-the-shoulder tops, bell sleeves and asymmetrical tops, t-shirts have become the trusted, 'will never fail you' fashion items when you need them most.View post
MOMENTS is a our new web series created to profile the biggest and brightest women in Mzansi. We talk to these women about their amazing careers and visually reveal them in their elements. Our second feature is South African dj, DBN Gogo. The most exciting dj in South African entertainment right now, sits down with Kuhle Adams to talk her year in music from performing at Ultra to a campaign with Ray-Ban. We also find out what lies ahead for the breakthrough talent. Image: Ray-Ban South Africa
"While influencers have long been known to use their … well, influence … to boost the sales of third-party brands, they have started to pivot to a potentially much more lucrative space: One in which they use their selling-power for their own brands." - The Fashion Law View post