Our oceans are under threat. Be it pollution, destruction of ecosystems, overfishing, ocean warming and acidification, humankind has been damaging the seas. These women are cleaning up the mess.
Nontuthuzelo Pahlana runs a sewing school in Langa, a township on the outskirts of Cape Town, to upskill unemployed people.
Studio H has been exploring the future of food: the how and what we might be eating if we become more efficient as resources become scarcer. We sat down with the studio’s founder to find out more.
With the funding to innovate and experiment, luxury brands are creating a greener aesthetic.
Always ahead of the curve, Sthandiwe has been recycling and upcycling secondhand and vintage clothes for many years.
Shaun was on of many of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology students who gave attention to sustainability and expressed the need for the fashion industry to change.
The collection Erin showed at the 2017 Cape Peninsula University of Technology graduate showed a clear shift towards slow fashion.
In a year that was very difficult for students at Cape Peninsula University of Technology, fashion graduate Roxanne Louw produced a beautiful and thoughtful final collection. We spoke to her about her work.