Posts tagged: fashion

  • SoldierMuse featured in Sibahle Magazine

    Sibahle is a growing movement founded by Ruramai ‘Rudo’ Musekiwa. It’s a celebration of Africanism through the use of creative mediums and activations, an eclectic lifestyle brand with the African woman at the helm of its vision. The photographs featured are about transformation and seasonal change. In the SoldierMuse universe “survival” is the most important aspect of being – Winter… Read more »

  • Turning back the clock with Khumbula

    Law student Andile Biyana, fashion student David Maledimo and accounting student Bafana Mthembu form part of the fashion collective Khumbula based in Braamfontein. An ensemble of young creatives, priding themselves with the beauty of their continent and aim to showcase the art & science of craftsmanship in Africa. Here is what Andile Biyana had to… Read more »

  • 2 many siblings – a duo composition of style and art enthusiasts

    2manysiblings is collaborative project by Velma Rossa and Papa Petite. A duo of brother & sister from East Africa, Kenya, enthusiastic about art, style and visual expression. Their Tumblr, Instagram and Facebook pages showcase their personal style, how it is evolving and culture a visual mapping of their travels. We are excited to showcase some of their… Read more »

  • Gabrielle Kannemeyer, Stylist

    Gabrielle Kannemeyer is a South African artist and turned fashion stylist. Represented by Infidels, Kannemeyer has worked on a variety of projects and campaigns for local and international clients, namely Puma, Mr Price, Teaser Magazine. Kannemeyer also worked on the amazing series of the talented South African menswear fashion designer Lukhanyo Mdingi‘s Iridescence collection in 2014, it was photographed… Read more »

  • Shifting // Musing

    SoldierMuse photographed in studio by Mads Nørgaard for an editorial. Dramatic black and white aesthetic and strong poses created a regal and timeless feel. Local garments from fashion designer Rampai Motsai – flowing materials andover-sized coats. The makeup was done by Liandi Ahlers.