What it was like studying in Paris, France

In January 2018 I graduated from my MBA degree in Fashion Business Management in Paris, France. This is a journey that started with my application in 2013 and carried on a full 5 years. I’ll be honest, studying a postgraduate abroad is a journey that only really begins once you have graduated.

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How I’m Wearing Florals & Tropical Prints this Summer

So we can agree from my last two style trends posts that becoming a walking garden is THE look for the season. Now to be honest, I never liked florals before. In fact, I never even processed them. I’ve always loved colour blocking, but kept print to a minimum. For some reason since being back…

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5 Style Trends for Cape Town Summer 18/19

Another year, another summer. We have honesty had a very early onset of summer here in Cape Town, with weeks boiling up to 40 degrees Celsius. We also need to take into account a famous strong South Easter winds that help relive us form the heat.

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My Favourite Beauty Products for Summer 2018-19

South Africa’s harshest season is undoubtedly summer. It’s our dry season and it shows in our environment, where the grass turns yellow and brown as the heat and dry winds beat down upon the Earth. Our bodies are very much a part of nature and what affects our environment affects our skin. Let’s take a…

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Fashion Week Summer/Spring 2019

For me, Fashion Week is one the most important B2B event on the industry. I break down these trends form the runways to share with you the insight of what we can expect on the store rails for the season. Fashion Week is great as we get to gain insight into what buyers will be…

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Ayama Wines

On the 26th September Ayama wine farm officially launched their brand and asked a group of media to visit and explore their farm. Ayama Wines resides on Slent Farm, which lies on the Paardeberg region in the Paarl Winelands outside Cape Town. Let’s take a look at the people and process behind the brand.

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