Jet has over 321 retailers in South Africa therefore making it the biggest clothing based retail store in the country, but this fact doesn't stop them from giving back to those who need it. In this case it was Christel House. This Ottery based school was founded by Christel DeHaan whose goal with Christel House... Continue Reading →
This year, Rocking the Daisies came with many changes, but the same energy, excitement and good music was still present. People from all over Cape Town, and some from even further, for a good time, and that’s what they got. This years Daisies was definitely one of the hottest, but the funky music transcended the... Continue Reading →
The Rondebosch Boys High School annual matric dance took place this October, and it seems that with each year that passes, the attendees get more and more stylish. The boys looked dapper in fitted suits and the ladies looked elegant in their custom dresses. We love being apart of this special day and always enjoy... Continue Reading →
Amy Adams, a matriculant at Pinelands High School, celebrating one of the most talked about moments in her high school career. Her outfit was very clean and elegant, paired with white sneakers to add a street-style flair. Overall, her look definitely turned heads.
We covered the 8th edition of the VCMP for Superbalist.com; read the full story here: https://superbalist.com/thewayofus/2018/03/06/polo-looks-caught-our-attention/12602?ref=blog
A celebration filled with colour, laughter and love. The birthday girl was honoured by her friends and family in a way she'll never forget. Happy 50th birthday Pippa!
"This year the Sun Met was attended by individuals covered in an array of complex patterns, bright colours and curvaceous silhouettes. “Style Ahead of The Field” encouraged Afro-chic fashion; only appropriate for such a standout showcase of style. The predictable heat of Summer showed up; accompanied by an unforgiving wind which swept over the day... Continue Reading →
The local social calendar kicks off pretty early, usually starting with the L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate at Kenilworth Racecourse. Described as one of the most stylish events on the Cape Town calendar, all guests are asked to comply with the blue and white dress code. The dress code is so serious that the organizers even hand out... Continue Reading →