In 2015, when South African Menswear Week kicked off, it offered new hope to an industry that often struggles to balance creative aspiration with business success. As the platform presented its ninth season last Saturday, we caught up with co-founder Simon Deiner, as well as three designers who’ve shown on the platform.
There is plenty of history in the script of Nina Simone Four Women, with the characters having to outline some of the events that have unfolded in black America’s ongoing battle for equality so today’s audience knows where they’re coming from.
Approximately 65-million people visited New York City in 2018, charmed by iconic buildings, skyscrapers, innumerable food trucks and the romantic greenery that is Central Park. From Time Square's neon lights and flashing 3D billboards overdose, to Williamsburg’s cool hype and a multitude of bars and small boutiques, New York is, in all its concrete glory, an old friend that prevents you from sleeping. Which is a shame, because we’ve rounded up our five favourite places to sleep at.
The buzz around contemporary African art has exploded over the last two decades, and so have the opportunities to get into the game and start building your own art collection. Where to begin? Who should you speak to? How do you decide what to invest in?
HEALTH-E NEWS: Janu-worry stress busters: The science behind some health therapies that won’t burn a hole in your pocket
Many South Africans return to work this week, but the holiday break hasn’t resulted in improvements in stress levels and overall mental health. The number of calls for help received by the South African Depression and Anxiety Group is just as high this January as the last months of 2018. Here is a look at the science behind some stress-busters.