Centich Toko is a multi-disciplinary creative who makes Arts and Crafts ridiculously cool. There is nothing fashionably creative that her hands can’t do.
Category Archives: Clothing
Blossom Twins:In Full Bloom
Black women’s hair is very versatile and flexible so it bends and moves to our wishes; so stylist and content creator Centich Toko and I came together in front of the camera to create this amazing project photographed by Lebogang Ditibane. In this shoot Centich had an Afro hair piece sown on top of herContinue reading “Blossom Twins:In Full Bloom”
Larry Jay’s A/W19 Collection Mixes Different Styles, Attitudes and Cultures to Create Garments for Everyone.
Larry Jay’s A/W19 collection inspired by people who live around him, how they explore their cultures and personal styles in relation to global fashion. The cuts and selection of fabrics for the collection were inspired by the style and ways of living reflected in their attitudes, habits and tastes, moral standards, socioeconomic level and values.Continue reading “Larry Jay’s A/W19 Collection Mixes Different Styles, Attitudes and Cultures to Create Garments for Everyone.”
Hospice Wits Night With The Stars
Hospice Wits, a Non-Profit Organisation that focuses on caring and supporting patients with life-threatening illnesses, is one such organisation that is in need of support. Established in 1979, it has grown substantially over the years to serve families in the Johannesburg metropolitan areas, as well as Soweto. Focusing on quality of life and dignity forContinue reading “Hospice Wits Night With The Stars”
Winter Ready Coats From Superbalist’
We are fast approaching Winter and Superbalist has the kind of have jackets and trench coats to see us through the tough and cold months. They have all kinds of cool jackets that can be manipulated to fit any occasion. Check out my favourites below; feel free to down some shopping of your own andContinue reading “Winter Ready Coats From Superbalist’”
Spree SS17 Celebration.
Fashion lovers came out in large numbers to see the preview of the SPREE SS17 collection at the Tin Factory in Kramerville last night and we got to see the some gorgeous garments that will be trending this summer if they are not already trending. The coolest thing about the event setup was that 4 topContinue reading “Spree SS17 Celebration.”
Suennel Original Clothing: The Afrikan Princess Edit
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#MBFWJ: NN Vintage Perfectly Portrays The African Queen Trend
Last night NN Vintage wowed fashion lovers with a star-studded showcase at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg in Sandton. I was eager to see what NN Vintage had in store for us because I have always been impressed by their previous collections. I really relate to the garments and I am definitely the kind of womanContinue reading “#MBFWJ: NN Vintage Perfectly Portrays The African Queen Trend”
#SAFashionWeek Day 1 Favs
South African Fashion Week kicked off last night at Hyde Park Corner in Johannesburg with the renowned fashion designer Gert-Johan Coetzee opening the fashion week. My favourite collection was The Geisha Wars by Clive Rundle. Judging by the title of the collection you can already tell that it is Asian Inspired. I thoroughly loved theContinue reading “#SAFashionWeek Day 1 Favs”
Imprint A/W 2016: Haboring Hope
I was introduced to Imprint By Mzukisi Mbane last year at SA Menswear Week in Cape Town and I have been hooked ever since. I love the way Mzukisi styles his look books and how he takes you to places. The choice of models is always the perfect fit, on Haboring Hope he works withContinue reading “Imprint A/W 2016: Haboring Hope”