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Q&A: SA Fashion Week director Lucilla Booyzen on her visit to Buckingham Palace
Lucilla explains how she took a design created by Clive, in collaboration with House of Thethana, to London. ...
Last minute Valentine’s Day ideas for sustaining love
We've compiled a list of local, sustainable ideas for you to share with your loved one. ...
Sinahko offers opportunity in Langa One Stitch at a Time
Nontuthuzelo Pahlana runs a sewing school in Langa, a township on the outskirts of Cape Town, to upskill unemployed people. ...
Luxury fashion brands lead innovation for a sustainable way
With the funding to innovate and experiment, luxury brands are creating a greener aesthetic. ...
Sustainable sneakers are sneaking up on us
White sneakers look great with nearly everything on nearly everybody, so it’s no surprise they’re having a fashion moment. Here is a list of our favourite sustainable sneaker brands. ...
Closet Crush: Sthandiwe Kgoroge is ahead of the curve
Always ahead of the curve, Sthandiwe has been recycling and upcycling secondhand and vintage clothes for many years. ...
Part Three: 5 minutes with designer Shaun Robertson
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. ...
Part Two: 5 minutes with eco-fashion graduate Erin Hooper
The collection Erin showed at the 2017 Cape Peninsula University of Technology graduate showed a clear shift towards slow fashion. ...
Part One: 5 minutes with fashion graduate Roxanne Louw
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 ...

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