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Malcolm Henderson shares some insight into his career and how he has overcome many obstacles in his life.

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We share another Henry Marsh Photography x ISSUE 19 Editéur Plus collaboration featuring Bayanda Khathini Clothing.


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CONTENTS

SUBMISSIONS 30

UNKNOWN UNION

ART 64

HEINZ FRAENKEL By Bekiwe Hlongwane

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LOOKBOOK 52

A M A N DA L AI RD C H E RRY 

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PEOPLE 38

MALCOLM HENDERSON  By Leeroy Esbend

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DANIEL CONR ADIE By Bekiwe Hlongwane


FASHION & ACCESSORIES 10

M OVE PRE T T Y By Bekiwe Hlongwane

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K AT Y VA L E N T I N E

B  y Chelsea Pitt

PRIDE JOURNEY By Bekiwe Hlongwane

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P U L L T H E W O O L  y Chelsea Pitt B

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K  AT D E W A R  y Chelsea Pitt B

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B  EAN BAG THE BR AND  y Bekiwe Hlongwane B

REVIEWS 24

KIKI BEAUT Y By Madison Schidlowski

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‘Yo ur positive a ctio n co m bin ed with positive thin k ing res ults in s ucces s” - Shiv Kh er a


EDITOR’S LETTER FOLLOW YOUR PASSION

Following your passion? What does that mean to you? This is something that I always ask myself daily and it is something that I want to encourage people to do. Follow your passion. I can’t believe that there are 19 issues of Éditeur Plus. Who would have thought it would come this far? Sometimes I feel like pinching myself to see if it’s real. I am truly grateful for the amazing support this publication has gotten over the past two years. From established creatives to up and coming artists. I am always looking for more ways to bring across a creative message. On the topic of following your passion, I would like to thank Malcolm Henderson for giving us the opportunity to write about him and the obstacles he had to overcome in the past few years. It has been an honour and a privilege to have worked with him. I left his article as a Q & A to make you understand his perspective on life. It has really opened my eyes to start living in the moment and living for the NOW. I would also like to thank our readers & if you are new, “you are most welcome”. I am thankful to those who have contributed to this issue; I value your work immensely. To all our readers, feel free to connect with us on social media. Welcome to Editéur Plus “L’inspiration à travers la vision.”

Leeroy Esbend Founder

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CONTRIBUTORS

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HENRY MARSH

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Henry Marsh, a qualified Industrial Engineer (University of Pretoria), but he

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works as a full-time professional photographer. His approach to photographing any life event, from studio to weddings, is to make sure that he captures the raw, unadulterated emotion of the moment. Most would describe his style as very photojournalistic, or even documentary, and he finds that suits his clients best, as they don’t need to be told how or when to smile


AMANDA LAIRD CHERRY Amanda Laird Cherry and ALC Menswear are established designer labels born and made in South Africa, told through cloth & thread. The garments are readyto-wear, designed and styled for a conscious individual. We create essentials with an element of eccentricity. Our collections range from minimal refined pieces through to avant-garde looks.

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MOVEPRET TY Now h ere’s a br a nd yo u wa nt to g et into. It ’s clea n , minimalist a nd e dg y. T h e g a rments , f r om zepa nts a n d sweatshir ts to bo m ber jackets a nd jum ps uits ar e g org e o us a nd m e et th e a ctive f ashionista’s n eed for b oth comfor t a nd st yle. T h e MOVEPRE T T Y br a nd has cr eated a u niq ue pla ce f or itself in th e Athleis ur ewea r ma rket. T h e aim of f o under s Ma ri Ra bie a nd An n elize Kot ze is tr uly b eing realise d: th ey a re ma k ing g arments that ‘work just as well as th ey a re bea utif ul’. We ca ug ht up with Ca ndace Byrn e a nd Lisa Ada ms , studio desig n er s at MOVEPRE T T Y, to h ea r what th ey ha d to say a b o ut th e br a nd .

www.movepretty.com

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Could you give us some background

Candace

of yourselves as designers?

behind

was

Finally, we look at fabrics for designs

Candace: I have always been a creative

colour and how influential colour is

and start sampling our garments.

person and grew up in a creative

in South Africa. We are warming up

Once these are perfected we start

family. This led me to study Fashion

for a bold, bright and unapologetic

manufacturing.

design at Elizabeth Galloway Academy

MOVEPRETTY

of Fashion Design in Stellenbosch for

can’t wait to share it with all of our

What materials do you use and why

3 years. I then decided to further my

prettymovers! We looked at trends

were they selected?

studies by completing a fourth year

of contrasting red and pink tones

We use a combination of active and

where I specialised in Active Wear.

together to create a bright and playful

more leisure based fabrics because

During that year I did an internship at

range that exudes confidence. Our

we are an Athleisure brand. Our

MOVEPRETTY and have been with the

aim for this proudly South African

active fabrics are breathable and

brand ever since.

range was to have fun, so we have

have moisture wicking properties

I have never been a very avant-

introduced just the right amount of

that allow our customers to move and

garde designer. I have a 50/50 take

pretty mischief and elegance to make

sweat without discomfort. Our leisure

on design. I always look at things

all of our prettymovers’ hearts happy.

fabrics bring a superior versatility to

logically and practically and then

Design

have

our brand. Prints are always a big part

add an interesting twist or detail to

included in our summer range are

of the MOVEPRETTY range because

the creation. I love colour and enjoy

fresh and flirty floral and tropical

we love the fun and creative elements

incorporating neutrals into the mix to

prints with a new abstract twist. We

that they add.

create a good balance.

have also introduced laser cut details

Lisa: I decided that I wanted to be a

which is new for us, and we want to

What

fashion designer in grade 3. So when

explore this as a new element to add

create new designs?

the time came for tertiary education,

to the brand moving forward. We

Candace: While you always have to

there was never a second option for

always love growing our knowledge

stay focused, you have to be aware

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me. Starting in 2011, I studied Fashion

and trying out new things.

of what is happening around you, on

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of Technology for 4 years. I then

Describe

went on to work for Gavin Rajah as a

from inspiration to final product.

motivated.

junior designer because I had always

Candace & Lisa: We are inspired by

Lisa: Small details and working with

wanted to design evening wear. After

what we see whether it be a print or

different prints keep me motivated

some time there I did an internship

a colour. We attend creative talks and

to create new designs. I love finding

at Technology Station Clothing and

conferences and gather inspiration

different

Textiles in Cape Town. This involved

from what we learn there. We build

elements of elegance and practicality

more of the technical side of fashion

on the initial idea by looking at global

in our garments.

such as digital pattern making and I

and local trends and seeing their

had the opportunity to assist smaller

influence. We then look at the season

Tell us some more about the

companies with their businesses.

and past seasons to see what our

MOVEPRETTY team.

From there I came to MOVEPRETTY

customers have loved and would like

At MOVEPRETTY we are a family. We

where I have been able to merge my

to see again. Then we look in depth

always work together and try to keep

love for luxury design as well as my

at colours, key details and key items

an open minded and creative attitude

technical knowledge.

that we would like to include in the

towards each other’s’ contributions.

What was your inspiration for your

garments. Once we have a holistic

We work in an open space, so we

Summer 2018/2019 collection?

view of what look and feel we want

interact a lot and bounce ideas

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& our

Lisa:

The

Summer

inspiration range

summer

elements

that

and

we

in the range, we start sketching.

we

Design at Cape Peninsula University

keeps

you

motivated

to

social media and in the South African your

creative

process

context. All of these things keep us

ways

to

combine

the


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It is very important for us to make our

positive,

productive

customers feel special and valued, so

atmosphere at MOVEPRETTY. We are

each order is specially wrapped and

all such different people, and this

delivered with a hand-written note.

enriches our ideas and designs. Team

We want our customers to feel like

work makes the dream work!

they are part of something beautiful

MOVEPRETTY’s design ideas would

and that their choice to buy local is

not work without beautiful marketing.

making a difference.

Our marketing team does such am

Follow MOVEPRETTY on the following

amazing job of bringing our garments

platforms.

relaxed

and

to life in a way that is relatable and inspires our customers to become a part of the prettymovement.


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K AT Y VA L E N T IN E T h e s un rays trin k le in th e h ut set b eside th e mo untain . T h e mist rolls down th e m o untain as if called h ome by th e valley. T h e water o n th e fir e sta r ts whistling a nd Sib ong ile r ush es o ut to ta ke th e p ot of f. Today’s th e day sh e g ets h er n ew set of b eads . Sh e star es into th e dista n ce thin k ing of th e bea utif ul , colo ur f ul , ha ndcr af ted string s sh e will be g et ting today.

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Today is Khanyi’s birthday. The sun floats on the dust particles that create shapes on the bedroom floor. She comes out of the shower and puts on her new dress. She reaches into the jewellery box and pulls out her Katy valentine necklace. The precious metal lays on her collarbone with ease. Katy Valentine jewellery is about culture and heritage by using precious metal to accentuate the value of the craft. Katy comes from a family where both her parents were artefact traders and collectors. Versed and influenced in the design of detailed artefacts and in sourcing and buying Katy started there. Katy studied design and during a buying trip to Jaipur India, she discovered her passion for jewellery design. “I love that something so small can truly transform an outfit and the way you feel!” Katy excitedly explains about her love for jewellery design. Inspired by colourful African beads and the beautiful shades Indian of semi-precious stones she uses these traditional elements as an influence for her designs. Close knit and working well together with her mom, Katy sells to a small market that has been with her since the beginning. Selecting and designing every piece by herself, whatever reaches retail is only pieces she herself is excited to wear. “It can get lonely working by yourself and not having another person to bounce ideas off” Katy sadly admits and says that she has learned to ask people around her for help. Delicate beading integrated with detailed metal and hued stones creates

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the strong free spirit essence of the Katy Valentine brand. Katy shares some advice for those starting their own business, “It’s hard and it is up and downs. And times can be very overwhelming. Just never give up and keep pushing. “ As a business run by one person, it is remarkable how large the brand is and how much detail is in the pieces and of what quality they are. Katy Valentine Collections has an exciting prospect coming up with expansions other than jewellery that can be seen in her Showroom.

DE TAILS WHERE? 2ND FLOOR, 6 DESMOND STREET, KRAMERVILLE, INSIDE AMATULI ARTEFACTS

CONTACT katy@katyvalentine.co.za

SOCIAL facebook.com/KatyValentine instagram.com/ katyvalentinecollections

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PRIDE JOURNEY T h e p ur s uit of a well f it te d , prof es sio nal at tir e has le d some mor e sha pely wo m e n to resor t to leaving th e b ot tom b ut to n of tig ht shir ts undo n e or use s afet y pins to h old up th e sk ir t that f its a r o und th e hips , b ut n ot a r o und th e waist.

by BEKIWE HLONGWANE

When scanning the racks and online

fibres with a percentage of stretch

and shoes that simplify and enrich

stores for fitted clothing, there is little

fibre

women’s lives, while making them

on the market for the curvaceous

garments.

feel powerful and sophisticated.

options for slim women, and even

For medical doctor Funeka, entering

The Pride Journey business model

items that cater for the fuller figure,

the world of fashion has been a steep

is a sustainable one, uplifting local

but there’s a group of women in-

learning curve which is overwhelming

makers who run their own businesses

between that is left with wardrobe

at times. ‘With that said, fabric

as well as using local manufacturers

catastrophes. A brand was needed to

shopping has been an unexpected

and home-based factories. Everything

fill this gap, and when Funeka Bango

joy. My creative juices flow during my

from cutting the fabric to stitching is

was meeting her own fashion needs,

fabric shopping sprees.’ A highlight of

done right here in South Africa.

she inadvertently met the needs of

her work is seeing someone react to

others as well, and thus, Pride Journey

trying on a garment that fits. ‘the total

‘You literally can do anything you

was born.

disbelief about how well a shirt can

put your mind to!’ she says to young

fit. It’s such a rewarding experience.

designers. There is no room for

‘I believed that with the scores of

Starting a business in an industry

excuses and comfort. During difficult

women experiencing fit issues, there

you don’t know is challenging and

times, Funeka likes to remind herself

should be a brand dedicated to this

knowing what Pride Journey means to

why this journey began: ‘I want to

group of people who I like referring

our customers has been a wonderful

leave a legacy for my children and

to as the “forgotten middle”,’ Funeka

motivation.’

make a meaningful impact in other

to

ensure

perfectly

fitted

woman. There seem to be more

says. After doing some research, she

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people’s lives.’

found that there was a gap in the

Pride Journey designs are inspired

market which did not cater for a large

by South Africa and the women who

When you wear a Pride Journey

portion of South African woman, a

live in it. ‘We love the richness in the

garment, know that you are wearing

gap which Pride Journey endeavours

colour and culture of South Africa, but

quality that is designed to last. The

to fill.

the sheer grit and spirit of our women

brand has grown steadily since its

have to be our biggest inspiration.’ It

inception, and it would come as no

Initially, Pride Journey created fitted

is the aim of the brand to bring colour

surprise if a range of quality menswear

shirts for women of different body

and African flair into corporate wear

was added to the collection. Funeka

shapes, but since the success of the

by creating a fusion between Western

becomes bolder with each experience

shirts, dresses, pants, blazers and

style and African print in a minimal

she has, and her courage is set to take

even shoes have been added to the

and classy manner. More than that,

the brand to new heights.

range. The designer uses natural

the brand aims to create garments

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Follow Pride Jo urn ey as th ey r evolutionise th e world of f it te d prof es sional wear. w w w. pridejo urn ey. com

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KIKI BEAUTY IS A NEW AND UPCOMING SOUTH AFRICAN BRAND, FEATURING SOME EXCITING AND INNOVATIVE SKINCARE AND MAKE-UP READY RANGES. FOUNDED BY HOLLY, SHE HAS MANAGED TO BRING A WORLDWIDE OF TRENDY PRODUCTS TO A DIVERSE MARKET, THAT IS SOUTH AFRICA.


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GENTLE JELLY CLE ANSER Don’t be disturbed by the word jelly, the word doesn’t quite reflect the actual texture. Although the surface appears jelly-like, it has a silky smooth touch. The cleanser can be used on dry or damp skin, however, I prefer using it while in a hot shower applying it with a damp face cleansing sponge for optimal results. The 250 ml bottle contains no harmful chemicals, instead contains a light oil solubility agent that delicately dissolves excess oil and dirt without drying the skin. I’ve noticed a huge improvement with the benefits of a subtle glow since using this product.

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VOLCANIC GOLD FACE E XFOLIATOR The Volcanic Gold Face Exfoliator is a handful as the name itself. I’ve previously used the Gold Body Exfoliator and the results were astonishing! Both the face and body scrub contain a natural, black clay mineral blend composed of argilla, montmorillonite, kaolin and mica. Using circular motions, gently massaging the product onto my face and neck, a slight warming effect is normal but the end result is soothing. My pores are less clogged, more revitalized and smooth after each use. For effective results, use weekly for up to 3 times.


FACE PRIMER Every being who wears an ounce of makeup, will acknowledge the power of a primer. The primer should be applied before foundation, to prevent a flat and dull looking complexion. I’ve been using the primer daily for roughly 2 months, and I am beyond impressed with the durability of my makeup. Not only does my makeup stay fresh during the day, but I can see a clear difference in the application of my makeup, due to the completely natural oat kernel extract that has anti-ageing and firming abilities.

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ROSE WAX LIP BALM The 15 ml tube contains a rich and buttery, rose infused lip balm that ensures the hydration needed to survive this winter. Rose wax forms a protective layer over the skin and the rest of the goodness comes from jojoba seed oil, jojoba esters and natural beeswax for optimal conditioning. Before use, I like to exfoliate, followed by the balm which assists with extra moisture for smooth application and long lasting lipstick. If dryness is one of your major concerns, apply the balm before sleeping to allow for a deeply hydrating and repair treatment.

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“Fashion was a p ower f ul to ol f or m e. It h elp ed me g et what I wa nt , a nd it h elpe d m e ta ke on ma ny dif fer ent cha r a cter s .”

MALCOLM HENDERSON Tell

up,

Do you remember your first job?

In terms of runway, photo shoots

where you went to school. Tell us

us

where

you

grew

What was it and what made you say

and installations, which do you

everything from 1992 to today.

yes to it?

prefer?

My name is Malcolm Henderson. I’m

I actually saw a casting on Facebook

Both installations and runway are

25 years old and I am an International

for a David Tlale show. It was Mercedez

a creative self-expression. For me

model. I grew up in Roodepoort with

Benz Fashion Week and Jan Malan

as long as I’m self-expressing, I’m

my grandmother. She taught me

was producing that show. I went to

learning my identity and we’re moving

everything about discipline and hard

the casting a day before. David was

art forward. Runway is like a drug. It

work and it’s helped me so much in

having his avocado sandwich and

is addictive and you want more and

my career so far. Growing up, I was

coffee, and he did the casting a day

more and more of it. Once you’re on

always living in a fantasy world. My

early just for me. He put me in a

the runway, at that moment, it’s a

mom allowed me to be in that fantasy

garment and I modelled for him and

story that you’re telling. A designer

world and that helped me cope in life.

then he said he’d let me know. At

has put so much effort into creating

I think it helped me have dreams and

that stage, I didn’t have a modelling

that garment and that moment that

aspiration and vision for life.

agency. So, my first fashion job was

you’re on the ramp you’re selling that

that installation. There I met A-list

garment. It is all about you at that

bloggers and fashion buyers who

moment. Everyone (fashion editors,

could come up and touch the garment

buyers and bloggers) are watching

I went straight into modelling after

and take pictures. It was such an

you. It’s a lot of pressure, but if you

school. I was jet-setting and living

amazing experience for me. I was just

can handle the pressure you will be

like a rock star. Model parties, photo

a kid from Roodepoort. I saw Sandton

a star.

shoots and fashion weeks, mingling

City for the first time when I was 19.

with amazing people that opened

I had never been outside the West

I love image, it’s a fantasy world it

amazing doors for me to be in the

Rand. At times it was a lot of pressure

helps me cope as a human being. So,

creative field. I’ve always been creative

for me, but it taught me a lot.

anything creative, I am fully immersed

Did you study after school?

and I’ve always been someone with a

in. What can we create? How can we

vision and to be thrown into art and

push the boundaries? How can we

art pop is such a blessing for me.

push the boundaries and how can we

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Ga rm e nts by Baya nda Khathini Clothing Jeweller y by Bla ck Bet t y Desig n


Do you have a favourite shoot? My favourite shoot was my Sandton City Campaign. The Diamond Walk had just begun. I shot with Mervine van der Merwe who is a renowned SA photographer and Louw Coetzee as the main stylist. I was dripping in Giorgio Armani and it was super fun. That shoot opened a lot of doors for me. A lot of people spoke about that shoot. There were billboards up and I was the main model. It was a moment for me. I remember driving in my mother’s Tata Indica, stopping in front of the billboard with security shouting at me, telling me that I’m not allowed to park there. There I was, having my moment, screaming to the heavens, Thanking God! I have worked very hard for this and it was very special for me. It was a game changer for my career and I’m forever grateful to the people that gave me that opportunity.

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LIVE YOUR TRUTH Besides modelling is there anything

When did you get the diagnosis?

that you’re passionate about?

How did that make you lose your drive or your spirit?

100% living your truth. You’re nothing if you’re not the truth. I want to help

You can have the strongest mind,

young boys be themselves. It wasn’t

but if your body doesn’t work with

easy for me when I came into the

you, you feel helpless. It tested me

fashion industry. Being a flamboyant

as a creative, to now be creative from

gentleman, it wasn’t easy. It was not

what, bed? It was a huge shock for me.

appreciated and it was not respected.

You hear these things happen, but

I had to fight to have the reputation

you never think they will happen to

I have. So, if I can open a door to

you. I’d spent five to six years building

younger boys and girls, to say, “This

my name, the little reputation that I

is who I am...”, then I’ve done my job.

had and it had to stop for a year and a half.

What is the most valuable lesson you’ve learnt about modelling or in

I was diagnosed in 2016. I remember

life?

the day that the doctor called me and said, “You need to come into the office

The most valuable lesson is to be kind

and see me.” I knew immediately

and to be grateful. Gratitude is the

it

secret to happiness. I am grateful for

immediately go into shock and then

every opportunity that came my way.

the next question is, how can we fix

I’ve learnt in modelling to always put

this? It’s also been my saving grace

my best foot forward. That opened

in life to always look at the good

so many doors and opportunities

in everything. Have that positive

that I’ve had in my life. Be grateful.

outlook. It was a bunch of life lessons

Be humble. Never forget where you

and I’m grateful for it. It taught me a

come from. My roots give me my drive

lot and I’m so much stronger.

to want what I want.

was

something

serious.

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You haven’t gotten through this

love me. People in the entertainment

as the traumatic experience that you

on your own. Do you want to tell

and fashion industries came through

go through from chemotherapy to

us about the people who have

for me saying, how can we raise

being isolated in a room that you’re

supported you through this?

funds, how can we sort this out? I will

not allowed to leave for three months.

forever be indebted to them.

You were only allowed out for about

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I would not have gotten through

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that I had. Everyone from God who

this without the support structure

a week if that. You have no immune Tell us about the Shavathon.

system. I received a brand new immune system because my immune

had my back 24/7 when I was stuck

I hosted a Shavathon where models

system was producing an abnormal

in those 4 walls that I was in with

came to shave their heads for the

cell which was a cancerous cell.

just my mind, my thoughts and my

blood cancer that I had. We hosted

feelings. He was there to listen to my

an art exhibition in Melville where we

I had a second chance at life. There

thoughts and to completely open up

then sold the art to raise funds for

were many people I met in the

and say, ‘It’s okay’. My mother who is

my bone marrow transplant. People

hospital who never got a second

a strong, powerful woman was there

came through and supported me. I

chance. That means that I savour the

for me. She taught me my strength.

feel like I’m blessed to be the person

moments in life. I get to appreciate

My agency (Ice Model Management)

to bring awareness about his illness. I

things more. I live in the moment. I’m

has been nothing but a family to me

tell God, use me, use me, and he did

a risk taker. “It’s never a failure, it’s

and has loved me and literally opened

and I’m grateful for that.

always a lesson”, as Rihanna said. We

up their homes to me. Jane, Warren

take it as it comes, and we run with it.

and Charlene. I love them to death.

Tell us about your bone marrow

My supporters and followers and the

transplant.

We make it fabulous.

daily messages that I received, that they are thinking of me and that they

The actual procedure is not as intense

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“This is what beauty is”. I will always Give us a quote for all those aspiring

like Kate Moss. I’m a short model

models and fashionistas.

myself. People have looked down

life, that is, to be happy, to be free and

on short models and we’re killing

to be loved. If I can have those three

It gets better. Work hard. People

it. In terms of local celebrities, I’m a

things till the day I die, I’m a happy

watch. They say nothing, but they’re

huge fan of Bonang. She is raising

guy. I’ll be happy and I’ll smile and I’ll

always watching. So, If you’re mindful

the fashion game in South Africa and

have my cup of tea.

of that you will get far. Don’t do it

schooling us on what designer brands

because people are watching, do it

are.

What can your followers expect?

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because you know it’s the right thing to do. If you work hard, people will see

You can always expect the unexpected

it. It’s been my Johannesburg hustle

with me. In terms of my career, I see

people have appreciated. People will

myself branching out doing many

constantly work with you and book

different things from art direction

you because they see the work ethic.

to visual illustrations. I want to fully immerse myself in the subculture of

Who do you look up to and admire?

what we call fashion. I live for fashion. It taught me my identity. Fashion

For me, it’s not about any model.

exposed me to so many different

It’s about anyone that changes the

environments and showed me how

game in the industry. I’m a big fan of

to adapt to different people, how

Naomi Campbell. First African Model

to work with amazing clients and

that dominated Europe. She took a

environments.

different kind of beauty and said,

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PULL THE WOOL T h e only dif f ere n ce bet we e n a n exp erien ced k nit ter a n d n ew k nit ter is that th e exp erien ced k nit ter ma kes big g er mista kes f aster. Be b old; th er e a r e n o terrible cons eq ue n ces in k nit ting- Stepha nie Pearl- McPh ee.

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K nit ting is th e a r t of ta k ing natur al yarn with th e use of k nit ting n e e dles to ma nip ulated a nd layer to create g a rm e nts .

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Yarns are made of natural fibres that

Coming from a vastly experienced

the consumer exactly what they need

disintegrated long before a study

background in advertising, finance,

to finish their garment from start to

of knittings’ kind had begun. Unlike

weddings

Liza

finish without knowing how to knit

the ancient of art of weaving and

Kleinloog used her knowledge from

yet. The Knit kits all made from high

spinning the art of knitting is not one

having 2 other businesses already (a

luxury yarn are sold with unique

of the Gods and medieval heritage

wedding venue and cafe in KZN )of

wooden

but rather a collection of clues of its

which she is very proud of, to start

that promote the sustainability of

origin. Knitting origin in South Africa

the line that provided knit kits. Drawn

the products and the brand. Pull the

is even rarer.

to knit, to try to replace her candy

wool will be launching a kit range

crush and phone addiction she found

specialised for kids accessories is

Seeing the gap in the market for

UK websites that made the process

coming soon which will later be joined

natural luxury fibre and yarn in South

easy to learn. Not long after Liza was

by the expansion of the adult range.

Africa Liza Kleinloog started ‘Pull the

caught up in the creative process.

and

hospitality,

wool’. Knitting is associated with the

needles

and

accessories

Visit the website www.pull-the-

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stigma of old-fashioned sweaters

Woolly Mammoth Yarn a unique

wool.com to order your very own

your grandmother would present to

product offered by the brand is made

yarn,

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from 100% merino wool. The yarn

just learn. Besides finding the kits

token of her love. With the resources

is soft, has thermal properties that

online, on Instagram and facebook

sourced

result-

allow for both casual and sportswear

@pullthewool_sa, the brand will be

a tacky, synthetic yarn, scratchy

garments. All knit kits made of

doing showcases at various local

sweater that created this image of

single-ply spun yarns that result in

markets between Cape Town and

South African knits.

the chunky, warm and breathable

Johannesburg for consumers to see

products that allow the user to learn

the kits’ products in person. To get

On a quest to revamp this imagery

easy and create high-end results.

in contact with Liza Kleinloog email

Liza started the luxury yarn brand

“There is just so much versatility to

hello@pullthewool.com.

which represents what the country

be explored, so you can pick your

has to offer in this closed off sector.

poison, whether it’s knitting, crochet,

Starting off would mean, number 1

weaving, etc,” she proudly goes on.

cheaply

the

end

finding the right suppliers that would connect with the values of the brand

The brand provides a range of yarn

and

in ranges and kits to the consumer

ensure

its

environmentally

friendly and locally sourced vision.

wanting to create knitted products, the kits come with tutorials giving

accessories,

kits

or

even


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Our AW18 Collection is inspired by the familiar, sensory overload experienced on the streets of Durban’s CBD; the feeling one gets standing on a street corner or walking down an arcade and seeing sign upon sign, interesting aromas and textures. The simple construction and geometry of the popular checked shopping bag (AKA “khonza ekhaya”) is referenced and reinterpreted through the voluminous avant-garde pieces designed for this season. We opted to take a more noticeable approach to branding, styled our pants with deep turn-ups and played with colour blocking as well as directional stripes and

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S I M O N & M A RY x A LC M E N S W E A R S H W E S H W E H AT S We have worked together with Simon and Mary to create a ra n g e of S hwe s hwe c a p s a n d b u c ket h at s fo r AW 1 8 . We h ave a close relationship with the brand, have been wanting to do something for a while, and this season was the perfect timing. T he Simon and Mary x ALC Menswear Shweshwe hats will be available exclusively at Space+MAN and The Space and stores nationwide in Winter 2018. #simonandmary #ALCman #madeinjohannesburg

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HEINZ FRAENKEL It takes a special kind of artist to make shapes and colours come alive. Tell us about yourself, whatever

Describe

will benefit us to know.

mediums that you use.

your

style

and

the

I was born in Cape Town, but my family

I can’t say that I have a particular style,

moved around rather frequently. I

but I do avoid anything too realistic. I

travelled quite a lot as a child. I do not

like surreal, constructivist, abstract

lead a conventional lifestyle and I’m

and geometric art. I started out using

quite a conspiracy theorist.

an iPad Pro and the pencil, from there I went to gouache paint on paper. I’d

Has art always been a part of your

like to learn more about architecture

life? What first inspired you to

and sculpting for future projects.

start putting your creative ideas on paper (or canvas)?

What general message do you want to send with your paintings?

I’ve

always

had

an

overactive

imagination, but I have never thought

I find most art to be quite self-

of myself as being artsy. As a child, I

indulgent. There is not always a

didn’t have art lessons or like art that

greater message being conveyed. A lot

much. I remember when we went

of my art is simply the product of my

to the Louvre on a family holiday, I

subconscious. I’m interested in sacred

spent most of my time there playing

geometry and coded messages. My

on my Gameboy. On the other hand,

recent work has been influenced

my mother always had beautiful

by

Persian rugs in the house and I was

of the Chinese ‘King Wen sequence’

always fascinated with the colours

and

and patterns. Now that I’m older, I

psychology suggests that the way

definitely find the process of painting

people recognise objects is as whole

to be very therapeutic.

forms, not just the lines and curves

the

binary-like

Gestalt

representation

psychology.

Gestalt

of which those forms are comprised.

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I can’t say that I aspire to be anyone

bags were a nice marriage of utility

Tell us what inspired it and why it is

but myself. I do think of the French

and art. Hardly a novel concept, but

your favourite.

artist Rousseau as being the father of

the process turned out to be quite

all untrained yet imaginative artists. I

enjoyable. The bags did lead to a bit

I don’t have any particular favourites,

also deeply admire Massimo Vignelli

of exposure and my first feature in a

but I do enjoy painting the moon and

and Paula Sher as designers.

Chinese literary magazine.

planets quite a lot.

I was inspired Where do you see all of this going?

by the idea of the procession: the movement

of

the

planets

over

measured time.

What made you put your paintings

Are you planning a great and

on bags? Do you put them on any

illustrious

other items?

selling your artworks all over the

Are there any artists that you

career

painting

and

world?

aspire to be like? You are somewhat

Initially, a friend suggested that I

of a designer as well, so are there

should give it a try. I wasn’t thinking

I’m not entirely sure. It’s already

any designers you what to be like?

along those lines myself. The tote

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If you feel happiness from having

using what limited talents I have

things which others do not have,

for something practical. I believe in

that is a sickness, not happiness.

lifelong learning and I encourage

While motivation may be whimsical in

curiosity in all its forms.

nature, discipline is steadfast. I find that one’s environment plays a

Whether you realise it or not, it’s

great role in both the cognitive and

quite inspirational to start and

spiritual process. If you’re occupied

sustain a business. What keeps you

with base needs and desires, it’s

going?

difficult to look beyond. I’d also like to add that music has played an

I exercise daily and live quite a

instrumental (haha) role in my life.

balanced life. I’m a pescatarian. I don’t think that anyone can derive true happiness from material living.

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DANIEL CONRADIE Ever y n ow a nd th e n yo u m e et a p er son with a b old , a uda cio us d rea m wh o spa rk vision a nd cr eativit y in yo u. Da niel Co n ra die is o n e s uch d r ea mer a nd , n ot only that, h e has q uite a creative way to r each his g oal.

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Dan was born and raised in Pretoria. He grew up in a supportive family. He enjoyed music and the dramatic arts from an early age. From the age of eight when he was asked to sing on stage, Dan has adored the feeling of performing in front of an audience. ‘I fell in love with music, cinema and drama. I was lucky enough to be supported in that.’ His passion for performing has only grown, and Dan has sharpened his skills by taking lessons in dancing and vocals. Dan is also a bit of an opportunist. While visiting New York in 2016 he stumbled on a chance he just could not pass by. ‘I had the opportunity to do a scholarship audition for the New York Film Academy…and I got it!’ Getting into the school was only the beginning of his journey. Dan is now tasked with raising the rest of

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the tuition and funds for living costs in New York for the duration of his studies. While looking for ways to raise the money, Dan stumbled upon more opportunities to get paid for the most unexpected tasks. ‘I cannot say no to work anymore,’ he says with a smile. Every wedding he sings at, every logo he designs, every babysitting job and each bottle of lemonade he packages gets

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Dan values the accountability that is brought about by getting funds from different people. ‘People are watching,’ he says, ‘and there is a collective excitement around the project.’ This project is teaching Dan about the kindness and generosity of the people around him showing that the old, African proverb is true: ‘If you want to go fast go alone, if you want to far, go together.’ Though it is Dan’s desire to study abroad, his ultimate intention is to use his skills right here at home. New York may be part of his creative journey, but he aims to use the skills he learns abroad to give South African screenwriters, playwrights and actors a platform on which to effectively and beautifully tell their stories. Dan is passionate about storytelling, whether it be through film, theatre, fashion or photography. Musical theatre tops his passions. He loves the energy that he can feed off the crowd and he is acutely aware of the role music plays in influencing the subtle nuances of a story. He is an adoring fan of the South African performing arts, often watching local writers and upcoming talent at the Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees and the Grahamstown Arts Festival, as well as seeing the big shows Monte Casino’s Teatro. Dan’s creative ability does not stop with the performing arts. He is not only a qualified graphic designer, he is also a pianist and painter. He hopes to one day live in a big house where he can have a studio and create masterpieces while pursuing a day job in the cinematic arts and theatre.

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With such high aspirations and the challenges that come with dreaming big, Dan holds on to one foundational truth: God will provide. He knows where his strength and provision come from. Dan hopes to not only be an inspiration to others who dream of following in his footsteps, but he plans to practically pave the way for them. ‘There is the possibility of starting a foundation that provides for students who have a similar dream to me.’ Dan will give a portion of what he raises through 101 ways to the inception of this foundation. Daniel Conradie counts himself as privileged to be part of a generation that was told that they could achieve whatever they set their minds to. He took these words to heart and applied himself, and he is soon to be stepping into the impossible. Follow Dan’s journey on Instagram: 101 ways to get Daniel to NYFA.

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K AT DE WA R JEWELLERY Tog eth er let us desire , co n ceive , a nd cr eate a n ew str uctur e of th e f uture , which will em br ace architectur e a n d sc ulpture a nd paint in on e unit y a n d which will on e day rise towa rd h eaven f r om th e ha n ds of a millio n worker s like a cr ystal sym b ol of a n ew f aith- Walter Gro pius .

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by CHELSEA PITT

Architecture principles

teaches

of

art

the

that

core

lay

the

found, from earth, from the city. “ Kat excitedly explains.

foundation for creation which is where Kat Dewar Jewelry was born

In the process of making Kat Dewar

from, the experimentation of different

Jewelry a full-time commitment, Kat

materials to create wearable art. Kat

continues to work as an architect

Dewar completed her masters in

balancing both by creating in her free

architecture in 2016 at Witwatersrand

time. “ Architecture has given me the

University. Driven to finding her

confidence to design interrogatively...”

passion and combining her interests

Kat mentions as she goes on to tell

in art, fashion and architecture it had

how she did her architecture thesis

been easy to find refuge in jewellery

on how it relates to jewellery design.

design.

Inspired mostly by Designer Britta Broekman,

Coming from a family of a painter,

designer,

carpenter,

musician,

writer

a

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German-Australian

who creates pieces from

and

resin, sand and wood as well as local

poet allowed her to express herself

designers such as Pichulik, Dear Rae

creatively. “... slicing up a dead

and Steffany Roup Jewellery all for

branch of a green plum tree in the

their powerful minimalist aesthetic

garden with the help of my dad who

and vision.

is a carpenter and has a workshop at home, or finding natural quartzite

Kat’s

in the garden, from the bottom of

principles of, minimalist creation,

the koppie in Orange Grove where

material experimentation and the

I live- and mixing these with resin

female body- creating soft, feminine

in

create

pieces that, as put beautifully by

something wearable , handmade ,

Kat,” ... become the this ‘third’ space

makeshift

moulds

to

pieces

encapsulate

these

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between the body and physical space.

that designing is an art in itself she

and design. Additionally, she loves

Whimsical in colour and design the

realized that she could create a brand

cooking and spends her unconsumed

pieces are categorised into themes,

authentic to herself. Each crafted

free time with a glass of wine in the

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secondly Kat chooses the material

accessory tells a story about the

kitchen

(a type of stone, wood or botanical),

woman who would wear the piece

gardening.

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lastly

and with this personalisation it is

she

then

decides

on

the

colour palette then dyes the resin in

created with love.

variations of the colour palette.

or

outdoors,

hiking

and

“Advice I’d give to aspiring jewellery designers would be to trust yourself.

Currently, Kat Dewar Jewelry is run

Go with your gut and intuition

The process consisting of mood

by Kat herself but she is looking

solutions

boarding,

and

into expanding her team to be

It is in your head, in your soul, and

experimenting and lastly the hard

able to expand and complete the

give yourself space and freedom

part which is the production. All the

number of orders she gets faster. Kat

to explore them, “ she tells as she

pieces are handmade, which includes

speaks highly of all her support and

explains how she has learned from

the casting, polishing drilling and the

influences, “ I mentioned family as

failure and that the most important

metal work which results in the end

having influenced me a lot, but also

thing is to be kind to yourself. kat

product consuming a lot of time to

I’d say my friends from architecture

dreams of collaborating with as many

produce. A perfectionist at heart, one

school and a friend who helps me with

people as she can such as Dear Rae,

of the biggest challenges Kat faced

my photography have encouraged

Pichulik

was publicising her work, but once

and supported me with going ahead

minded people such as Nandi Dlepu

she saw the beauty in imperfection

and getting my business started.” Kat

from Mamakashaka and Farai Simoyi

and seeing behind the scenes and

lives for her craft, architecture, art

of Bloom.

conceptualising

will

and

reveal

themselves.

wonderful

business


T h e f uture of KDJ is hybrid , set in th e cit y in a lig ht studio as a pra ctice that prod uces cr os s- disciplina r y works in corporating a rchite ctur e, f ashion a nd jeweller y. For more inf ormatio n o n KDJ follow th e br a nd on Instag r a m a n d f a cebo ok @katdewa rjeweller y.

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BEAN BAG THE BRAND In th e brisk chill of winter, wh e n s um m er seems so f ar away, it ’s easy to forg et that th ere is joy to co m e af ter th e ba r e miser y of th e cold . Well , g e ntlem en , wh en s um m er returns , h ere’s a q uirk y br a nd yo u will b e g lad to have b een intr od uce d to.

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Tell us more about yourself: where

brand with a vision to create a

you grew up, what you studied etc.

company that engaged, interacted

Being an avid entrepreneur, I am the

and communicated with customers

kind of person who feels that nothing

I was just a small-town kid; I grew

on a daily basis. The product matched

is ever good enough. Although this

up in the small beach town of Port

up perfectly with the quirky and a

is the case, I never let this get in the

Elizabeth. I’m a water baby! As soon

little “tongue in cheek” brand image

way of getting an idea or concept off

as I learnt to swim, my parents battled

of

the

the ground and running with it to test

to get me out of the water! We lived

beginning, we knew it was either

its viability. My greatest success is

50m away from an amazing beach

going to be a hit or a miss, but the one

starting one of the first online bikini

where I taught myself to kite at the

thing we were certain of, was that it

stores in South Africa and growing it

age of 12. Later on, we moved to a

would get people talking. Once we

into one of the largest online bikini

house along the Swartkops estuary

launched we slowly but surely started

shops in Africa over the last six years!

where I wakeboarded, water skied,

gaining some traction, so we would

Following this link to check out Love

scuba dived and kiteboarded as much

consider it to be a HIT.

Bikini, www.onlinebikinishop.com

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harm. After school, I studied a BCom:

What do you draw inspiration from

Which is your favourite BeanBag

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Economics

for the illustrations?

swimwear item?

Our greatest market is local, so

Without a doubt, it has to be our

our funky illustrations and prints

SAFFA BeanBag which is the point of

are inspired by items which South

the South African flag. As they say, “I

Africans can relate to. We want our

support my country and my country

clientele to know that we are based in

supports me”.

BeanBagTheBrand.

From

as I could without causing bodily &

Marketing.

Looking

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back could definitely have chosen something more interesting. What

lead

you

to

begin

BeanBagTheBrand? We had always played with the idea

South Africa and that we love South

of starting a funky printed “speedo”

Africa. We have some crazy new

What is the best advice you have

brand as the product is somewhat

designs up our sleeves that we can’t

ever been given?

controversial

wait to show off when the weather

and

had

a

stigma

around it. We also wanted to create

warms up.

a community or family and not just

It is way easier to take that CRAZY #BeanBagger photo after you have

customers that were sold products

What do you regard as your greatest

to and that’s that. We started the

success in your career to date?

had 3 beers.

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What are your plans for the coming

month where the best #BeanBagger

future?

photo posted on Instagram wins a case of beer! In the future, we’ll be

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We are working on expanding our

looking for new ways to encourage all

range into a variety of different

of you to get out there, have a laugh

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sectors

with

and a bit of fun. Who knows, you

BeanBagTheBrand the sky is the

could end up winning yourself a case

limit. It isn’t just beer drinking and

of beer!

BeanBags that we want to promote,

Perhaps a Flame-ingo or Jolly Lollies

we want to endorse an active lifestyle

BeanBagSwim is just what you need

that encourages people to get fit and

to get you motivated to tone that

get out there to explore a little. And

summer bod. Check out the whole

yes, to answer all the girls that have

range and follow BeanBagTheBrand

been inboxing us, we will not forget

on these platforms.

and

markets,

but

about you. We just like to take our time. At

www.BeanBagTheBrand.com BeanBagTheBrand

continuously

working

we

are

on

new

products, however, the way that we interact with our customers (who we call #BeanBaggers) is what excites us the most. We host a competition each


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