Future of Fashion
The Building Blocks
Bonnie&Clyde Vintage Clothes
Purveyors of Fine Vintage Clothes and Accessories
Unique handmade eyewear that creates jobs, plants trees and puts the planet before profit
The seen collective
A tiny group of powerful women hand knitting luxury yarns in Johannesburg
A charity shop selling used, sometimes new, donated items keeping them out of dumpsites and applying proceeds to the empowerment of people in underserved communities and also running a 'soup kitchen' to feed the poor.
Handwoven fabric ethically created from textile waste scraps
Authentic slow streetwear
Beauty in Simplicity
Craft meets Demi Couture sustainable one of a kind art pieces made in Africa
U be You
Fikile Zamagcino Sokhulu
Poetic and gentle fashion
Buyafuthi Recycled Plastic Activewear
Turning something dire into something more refined. Taking one man/woman’s trash & turning it into another’s functional activewear
Emeka is a black and green lifestyle enterprise. Black, because it is black owned, black made and created to empower African industries. Green, because it is using upcycled materials, aiming for a waste free production chain and exploring new ideas of sustainability.
House of Lucent
Modern classics that are ethically & sustainably made.
We create upcycled plastic products, giving plastic a new life. Combined with hemp fabrics, our products are created sustainably with as low an environmental impact as possible.
Clothing with love. A love for sustainability. A love for our planet.
I currently run a showroom boutique & fashion styling consultancy where I create style to empower you, my consumer.
EKTA - We Are One. a luxury womenswear brand
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