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ISSUEONE JULY2012

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ld Street is a sustainable lifestyle brand run by Lamese Abrahams and Tom Waterfield. Our ethos is simple – do it with love and make a difference. Our goal is to inspire people to live their lives more consciously and sustainably. We sell retro and vintage clothing at affordable prices to show people that they can still be fashionable without buying on accounts and having to fork out money every second week for something that’s just a fad. We will also be launching our clothing line in time for spring – made locally and of which a portion comes from recycled vintage material Our magazine is a natural progression - we would like to share what we learn, and the amazing people we come across on a daily basis, with everyone. There is no better time than the present to embrace sustainable fashion and an overall conscious lifestyle.

PG 2-3 MERCEDES BENZ CAPE TOWN FASHION WEEK PG 4-11 PHOTOSHOOT – CHICKS WITH KICKS PG 12-13 TRENTON & FREE RADICAL PG 14-15 IN THE PRESENCE OF BEAUTY – STYLING & PHOTOGRAPHY PG 16-17 FROM PARIS WITH LOVE PG 18 FRESH JEWELLERY PG 19 SUSTAINABLE FASHION PG 20-21 THE DOLLHOUSE

THANKS TO Marchelle Abrahams editorial and our partner in crime from the za fashion militia

Riz & Resh Dollie photography and pep talks (even if they don’t realise it)

Gabriella Clementi editorial and lots of late night chats

Michelle Oberholzer photography and the best positive vibes in town

Sieraaj Allie designer and our saviour

RONDEBOSCH Opp Red Cross hosp, next to the 7-eleven – 75 Klipfontein Road. Opening times - Tue to Fri 10am till 5pm, Sat 10am till 1pm.

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was also the convener of the inaugural Cape Town Fashion Week back in 2003. Big names include Hip Hop, Habits by Jenny le Roux and Rosenwerth along with the appearance of exciting new

Ruald Rheeder. We are excited to see what one our favourite Cape Town labels, Tart, will be delivering and we can rest assured that the amazing David Thale will be delivering grandeur second to none.

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BFWCT takes place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from 25- 28 July, bringing you 18 shows over four days. The theme for this year’s event is “icons” which will see Gavin Rajah showcase his grand collection. Rajah

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African Fashion International (AFI) will also host AFI Fastrack Seminars providing education and inspiration for the development and success of the fashion industry. The seminars will include presentations by Foschini head of design, Johan Crouse, a report on global fashion industry

trends, and an exclusive “icons of fashion” panel discussion. The Fastrack Programme aims to help new designers develop and create jobs through fashion. “With the anticipated reunion of established and celebrated designers along with the entry of upcoming designers, this year promises to unveil an abundance of extraordinary and revolutionary fashion”, says AFI global brand manager Allana Finley. OLD STREET MAGAZINE

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The stones that make up the cobbled streets of Bo Kaap are said to have been brought over from the Netherlands. Bo-Kaap is home to the oldest existing community in South Africa that has not been subject to forced removals.

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On the first Saturday of each month a craft market takes place in Schotschekloof civic centre in upper Whale Street. Here you will find everything from homemade jams to handmade goods.

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The area is also known as the Malay Quarter - its initial residents were slaves brought over in the 17th and 18th Centuries, mainly from Java.

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The area houses the oldest mosque in South Africa – Auwal mosque was established in 1798 by Imam Abdullah Kadi Salaam.

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The Bo Kaap museum documents the history of the area. Here you will learn about the people, the history and get a sense of what makes this area unique. The building dates back to 1768 and entry fee is R16.

First introduced by Muslim slaves to celebrate their one and only day off work in the year, today the “Coon Carnival” is an exploding parade of colour and dancing as troupes make their way through the city centre.

MODELS - FATIMA ARENDSE AND ELVINA ‘VEE’ SYLVESTER; PHOTOGRAPHY - THE DOLLIEHOUSE; STYLING - OLD STREET & THE DOLLIHOUSE. SHOES - DC SHOES AND MODELS OWN.

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any of you might not have heard of Trenton and Free Radical, but chances are you’ve heard their new song featuring Maxi Jazz from Faithless called Tomorrow’s Day – a catchy, jazzy beat that’s been getting lots of airplay on local radio stations. The leader of the pack, Trenton Birch, is a local boy who perfected his craft in London but has now returned to the place that he calls home. And in the true style of Ubuntu, he’s decided to give back to the community in the only way he knows how – through education. This is how the Breathe Sunshine Foundation came into being.

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Trenton and long-time friend John Medupe have taken their initiative to the Cape Flats and beyond. The foundation aims to tackle the problem by going to the root cause – poverty. Through fundraising and donors the foundation helps fund and develop projects that support children in South Africa’s previously disadvantaged communities, like the Al Noor Orphanage in Woodstock. On their official website, Trenton says, “Through fundraising and donors we build and fund schools and community centres in South Africa’s >


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previously disadvantaged communities. We believe education is the key to tackling poverty which will ultimately lead to a reduction in crime and violence – a dayto-day challenge constantly facing our nation.” It’s very seldom that a local artist makes a genuine effort to create real change in the community, and Trenton’s been getting right into the thick of things by taking not only his love of music to the masses, but by organising social events such as the Breathe Sunshine Sessions and getting other artists on board as well – a wellthought out move that adds credibility to the foundation.

In the famous words of Bob Marley, “My music fights against the system that teaches to live and die.” In the famous words of Bob Marley, “My music fights against the system that teaches to live and die.” In Trenton’s case he couldn’t have said it better. For more information visit www.trentonfreeradical.com

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circumstances and events - be it the neighbourhood, the street artist, a gallery visit or coffee with a like-minded creative. Surround yourself with beauty and live there.

So, it was only natural we interview them to find out what they’re all about. WHAT IS THE DOLLIE HOUSE ALL ABOUT? The Dollie House was born out of the love for design and photography. We are a married creative couple, Resh and Riz Dollie, based in Cape Town, and our services include photography, styling, furniture design, graphic design and creative consulting.

YOUR VIEWS ON THE CREATIVE SCENE IN CAPE TOWN? Cape Town has been experiencing a huge shift in The Arts. It has become increasingly easy to access facilities, workshops and networking opportunities for creatives in the city. The rise of the artisan is back, and how wonderful it is to have artisan bread on an artisan table sipping artisan coffee. The developing arts in Cape Town are the many reasons we love this city.

WHEN IT COMES TO STYLING, WHERE DO YOU DRAW YOUR INSPIRATION FROM? Inspiration comes from all around us yes, but it’s important to surround oneself with a constant flow of awe-inspiring people,

WHAT HAS LIFE TAUGHT YOU OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS? Life has an interesting way of showing you pictures of all sorts, and it’s up to you whether you celebrate or discard them. First know

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We recently had the privilege of working with Resh and Riz Dollie on our photoshoot in Bo Kaap, and the confidence and humility they exuded came as a real breath of fresh air.


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who you are and take it from there. The greatest, fastest, most fulfilling path of success is to find yourself in a constant state of beauty, and beauty will find itself to you in thousands of folds like you’ve never imagined. DO YOU HAVE ANY TIPS FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO GET INTO STYLING OR TO BECOME A PHOTOGRAPHER? Find a professional, even if you have to work for free or do coffee runs for a couple of months, do it. Get experience, find a mentor and milk him or her for all its worth. Then make a name for yourself. Just remember that once you have laid your foundation, things will get a little bit easier once you have someone to do

your coffee runs for you someday. WHAT IS THE ‘BIG PICTURE’ FOR THE DOLLIE HOUSE? We all have goals and dreams, but once you realise that you are living your dreams and achievements in the present, the “big picture” becomes self-fulfilling and everyday will feel like your graduation day. To find out what The Dollie House are up to visit www.dolliehouse.wordpress.com or email Resh or Riz Dollie at thedolliehouse@gmail.com

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He’s played before the late Miriam Makeba in Trafalgar Square in London. He didn’t take no for an answer when kwaito king Kabelo didn’t seem as though he was in the mood for talking. His band, Weapons, has been described by The Daily Telegraph newspaper in the UK as “the Pixies meets Cyprus Hill”. He is Molaudi Bopape - hailing from a small town in Polokwane and now living the quintessential Parisian dream.

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e caught up with the ‘global afronista’ in between his DJ residencies all over Paris, to talk style, inspiration and what it takes to go global. … ABOUT STYLE... Style is a language in itself. Style is self-expression - a reflection of taste and personality. I like a mix of casual and classic like wearing a vintage YSL jacket with a t-shirt or shirt from a second-hand shop. I own hundreds of bracelets from all around the world - India, South America and central Africa. I began 10 years ago with Ndebele bracelets, created by women from small villages back home. Accessories are very important! Scarfs are also my peche mignon (guilty pleasure). ABOUT INDIVIDUALITY I like experimenting and being an individual - it’s great to stand out. I think it’s great to be yourself – for me that will always be stylish,

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and also going to secondhand shops where you can find marvels for nothing is a must. Don’t forget that many designers inspire themselves with old couture collections. I like to be free, unexpected and rebellious. I prefer to mix items to get that skater/ varsity/afro look but I am always changing. I love the whole punk movement as well. ABOUT STYLE ICONS My style icon is Henrik Vibskov from Denmark. He is still a relatively new designer. I discovered him during Paris Fashion Week two years ago and I was lucky enough to be

invited to his show by some friends and I was blown away. This year, I was lucky enough to play at his Fashion Week after party – he’s a really cool and laidback guy. WHAT YOU NEED TO LIVE THE DREAM PASSION Have passion for what you do - if you have passion even when your work is hard, you will still enjoy it and feel rewarded when the mission is complete. BELIEF Believe in yourself. Never let anybody tell you what you cannot do - everyone has an

opinion, and that’s what they are, opinions. INSPIRATION Inspire yourself. Always seek inspiration for your dream inspiration always helps keep your goal in sight and in-turn it inspires others. GRATEFULNESS Be grateful for all you have - health, family and all the kindness you receive. Imagine everyday as if it’s your last … be grateful for all your blessings. WORK ETHIC Nothing beats hard work. Like the saying goes - it’s 90% perspiration and 10% inspiration. For more information visit www.Facebook.com/ TheMolaudiProject


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GEKA JEWELLERY We are in love with the pieces from Geka Tribal Jewellery. Owned by husband and wife team George and Kash Athanatos – they bring us authentic and custom-made tribal pieces that are to die for. Their prices are affordable and range from vintage to handmade. KUCHI HAIR CLIP - R80

BRASS SPIKE BRACELET - R340

CHOKER WITH BUTTONS AND SMALL TASSELS – R180

Win this snake armband from Geka Jewellery. All you have to do is email oldstreetline@gmail.com with the word ‘Geka’ in the subject line.

MARZIPAN Started in 2002, Marzipan is run by sisters in law Shelley and Karyn Walters. The jewellery is ‘fun, bold, edgy and eclectic’ and is also exported to New York, London, Rome, Frankfurt and Vienna. They have also teamed up with community projects in South Africa for their handmade collections.

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Each crochet flower is handmade, some with wool, some with recycled cotton threads and other applique materials, ribbons and buttons.

Win this pair of fabulous multi-colour hoop earrings from Marzipan. All you have to do is email oldstreetline@gmail.com with the word ‘Marzipan’ in the subject line.

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SUSTAINABLE FASHION IS ON THE RISE

OLD STREET RETRO FADE TEES Made with love from recycled tees, our retro fade t-shirts are fresh, funky and exclusive. Our aim is to use unemployed people from the community to do the tees – this way, they get an income and we make a difference. Tees range from

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epartment & retail chain stores are everywhere. They are stylish, cheap & have a huge variety. Unfortunately, they are also imported, cheaply made & one garment that you buy will have a large number of counterparts.

R40 to R80.

As consumers we need to be aware of where our clothing comes from and what that process entails. In order to keep the cost as low as possible, department stores have to enlist cheaper labour and make huge amounts of bulk stock. This is not an environmentally friendly practice. So what are your alternatives? You’re on a budget, you have an individual style and want to be able to wear and afford new styles and exciting garments. You need to be shopping vintage or small, local designers. Vintage shopping is an eco-friendly alternative to massproduced clothing as it does not take advantage of cheap labour or demand cheap fabrics. You can feel good about every piece you have because it contributes to a healthier environment. Small, independently owned designers are also offering sustainable fashion alternatives in the form of well-made, one-off pieces. Often these pieces will also have better detailing and be more original than anything you will find in a retail chain. So happy vintage shopping! Be mindful of what you buy and support local initiatives to cut down on wastage and promote sustainable fashion.

HOW TO BE FASHIONABLE AND SUSTAINABLE . 1. Try and buy locally made products as much as possible. 2. Spend a bit more and buy quality rather than quantity. 3. Read the labels! 4. Recycle your clothes – DIY fashion inspiration can be found all over the net. 5. Buy vintage and second-hand clothing. 6. Look for evironmentally sound methods of production. 7. Consume less, appreciate more.

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CONSCIOUS COLLECTION BY H&M - TOO LATE? Made from more sustainable materials such as organic cotton and hemp as well as recycled polyester, this H&M collection showcases the diversity of what is now possible in greener fashion. But is it too little to late? This on-going initiative is aimed at increasing the use of organic cotton and other more sustainable materials. While the materials might be more concious, what about how and where they are made? Before looking at the materials, shouldn’t they (and other big businesses) move production to local factories instead?

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HOW DID IT ALL BEGIN? We started because we were broke and Simone knew style and I knew retail so we decided to go with a fashion brand. We started with a name that we both liked and sold only vintage items. We have since branched out into original pieces that we feel really encapsulate The Dollhouse.

WHERE DO YOU DRAW YOUR INSPIRATION FROM? I would die without the internet for inspiration. But people mostly inspire us because they’re just so surprising with what they put together. WHAT ARE THE HIGHS AND LOWS OF STARTING YOUR OWN LABEL? Highs - when people you’ve never

met have heard of your brand and when people are enthusiastic about your clothes. The lows are that it’s quite an astounding amount of work to keep the brand interesting and relevant. CAN YOU GIVE SOME WORDS OF WISDOM FOR ANYONE WHO IS THINKING ABOUT STARTING THEIR OWN LINE? If you’re thinking of starting your own line choose a name and a brand identity that you can stick with and follow through. Look at where you want your brand to be in the next year and don’t start a line based on a style that only lasts a season. Make sure you identify a niche market that you can

cater for and that you’re not just jumping on the band wagon, so to speak. Originality is paramount in the fashion industry so if you’re starting a brand because you think you can do what someone else is doing then you’ve already lost before you’ve started. For more information visit www. thedollhousect.blogspot.com

STYLING - GABRIELLA CLEMENTI MODEL - MICHELLE ALLEN

TELL US A BIT ABOUT THE DOLLHOUSE … The Dollhouse is really about having the accessibility of a retail store but with the edge of a high fashion brand. We want to make interesting and individual garments readily available and affordable.

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We caught up with the fabulous Gabriella, one half of The Dollhouse, to chat about clothes, inspiration and the highs and lows of starting a clothing line. A mere year after starting to sell vintage clothing, they are now delving into the world of fashion design.


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One of Cape Town’s original blogs documenting street style in the city, Cynder & Skylark is run by the evertalented Michelle Oberholzer. This blog will entertain you and give you many ideas with which to tailor your individual style. To see more of Michelle’s work check out her blog - www. cinderandskylark. blogspot.com

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rick Lane in London is a bustling area where you’ll find a bit of everything – from a good curry to a bargain. It’s also where Beyond Retro is situated – a cool retro store packed to the rafters with goodies to make even the most modern thinker feel nostalgic for days gone by. One of four stores, Beyond Retro is the kind of store you walk into and feel like a kid, not knowing what to look at or what to grab. Started in a disused dairy in London’s East End, they bring the innovation and creative spirit

of the past to the present day and are renowned for kickstarting trends. Inside their Brick Lane store, the clothing drips from the rails and the colours on display engulf you. I remember walking away with enough accessories on my first visit to make my day/ month a very happy one. They pride themselves on their items being “bought directly or indirectly from charitable organisations.” They aim to recycle clothing and for us, this is what makes a shopping experience there even more fulfilling.

‘…over 10-million tonnes of clothing and shoes are thrown away by the Western world each year. Beyond Retro firmly believe in reducing the waste we, as a population, continue to create. Beyond Retro promote an individual lifestyle choice that encourages people to recycle more and make use of the excessive, often precious amounts of garments already discarded.’ To find out more visit www.beyondretro.com

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The world of online shopping is exploding in South Africa, with new stores popping up each week selling everything from clothing to furniture. This month we take a look at Diligo, to find out about the story behind the dream and how they plan on conquering the online shopping landscape.

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We know a secret, it’s an amazing place and once you step in you are transported to a time where the music is king.

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n A Roll, Cape Town’s first gourmet hotdog restaurant, is run by Chef Peter Ayub who serves up every hot dog you can think of. Set in an American-style diner with Elvis songs chiming out to accompany your meal, this gem is an oasis for all those who love the time of the swinging 60s and love rock and roll. The chef is always around to see if you are ok as is his wife, and the staff … well they are amazing – they give service delivery a good name. WHY WE LOVE IT? Who doesn’t want feel as though you just stepped

onto the set of Dirty Dancing? Or how about listening to ‘Blue Moon’ by Rogers & Hart or Elvis’‘Blue Suede Shoes’. There is no place like this in Cape Town!

ON A ROLL IS GIVING AWAY A DINNER FOR TWO! ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS SEND AN EMAIL TO OLDSTREETLINE@GMAIL.COM WITH ‘ROLL’ IN THE SUBJECT LINE. For more information visit www.dogkitchen.co.za or email chef@dogkitchen.co.za. ADDRESS: 78 Durban Road, Little Mowbray, Mowbray, Cape Town OPERATING HOURS: Tuesday to Saturday – 12pm till late Sunday - 12h00 till late Monday - Closed

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Ever felt a need to be creative but had a thinking flatline? Then here’s an article that might just get your creative juices bubbling over.

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offee bags – from Costa Rica to South Africa - brought to you by Wren. Founder Wendren Setzer has set the bar for style innovation in the accessories field. Founded in 2008 after she quit her job as a textile designer - she has now moved into the realm of creative entrepreneur. he has a passion for finding new, natural materials and creating something beautiful from them, and just one of her products that caught our attention is the organic travel bag. Made of Fair Trade coffee burlap sacks and organic hemp canvas, this bag is the perfect practical accessory for the welltravelled individual or someone who has quite a bit to carry around. With a 25cm waterproof zip pocket, it also caters for any potential mid-flight spills and leakages that can occur from overzealous flight attendants and passengers trying to cram their house into the overhead compartments. Wren is definitely a must have for the eco conscious traveller.

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OLD STREET SUPER SALE Saturday, 4 August from 9am till 3pm SHOP ADDRESS: Opposite Red Cross Hospital, next to 7-Eleven, 75 Klipfontein Road CONTACT: 078 527 0355 | oldstreetline@gmail.com

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Old Street - Issue One - July 2012