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SA Fashion Week invites entries for New Talent Search 2022
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Puma Re.Gen collection puts textile waste to creative use
Under Armour launches Iso-Chill textile technology
The next generation of print
They're everywhere: New study finds polyester fibres throughout the Arctic Ocean
SA creatives' textile designs to feature in global Trenery collection
Twyg Sustainable Fashion Awards 2020 winners list
#Loeries2020: Day four winners
Bulldog Gin partners with SA creatives on once-off collaborative pieces
Cultural, creative industries called to apply for Covid-19 relief funding
Adidas x Parley partnership renews commitment to fighting plastic pollution
Under Armour reveals its vision for sportswear in 2020
Fashionomics Africa launches "game-changer for Africa's fashion entrepreneurs"
Imiso Ceramic Studio’s internationally renowned artist and cofounder Zizipo Poswa.
#TwygAwards: A celebration of sustainable South African fashion
Mr Price Home collaborates with Durban designer Lou Harvey
Art, Design and Textile Design ComPETition winners revealed
Image credit: Loeries.
Calling the victors to their spoils. © Loeries.
#Loeries2019: Day 3 judging finalists!
The Loeries judges. © Loeries.
SA Designers of The Year (from left) Thabisa Mjo, Mpho Vackier and 100% Design South Africa’s creative director, Cathy O'Clery. Image supplied.
The strength and resilience of our youth
6 Durban-based designers showcasing at House & Garden Show
Cape Town Homemakers Expo launches pet design category
#CNILux: The creative cultural legacy of MaXhosa by Laduma
Design Foundation Awards honours top achievers
From left to right (back row): Zydia Botes from SMTNG GOOD, Carl Ascroft, Michael Smith, Phillip Hollander and Joe Sefako from Houtlander, Alice Hutton, Stephen Wilson from Houtlander, Joe Paine, Anton Louw (Kino), Dylan Davies from Voke and Laurence Brick from Platform Creative Agency. Front row from left: Bonolo Chepape from Lunasclan, Cathy O'Clery from Platform Creative Agency, Nico Hendriksz from Kino, Marco Simal from Mother City Hardware and Sandra Jardim, the general manager of 100% Design South Africa. Image supplied.
A brief history of briefs - and how technology is transforming underpants
MaXhosa by Laduma takes Zara to task for alleged design knock-off
SA woos 85 Nordic tour operators
New Mungo Mill a nod to transparent textile design and production
Skinny Laminx store sports a chic update
Mozambican designer on taking back the African textile market
#InnovationMonth: The Joinery's journey to create a sustainable future for fashion
Fashionably conscious: Made in South Africa, it's not just a movement
Qantas curates top Australian artwork for its business class amenity kits
Marbelous Wood "Refraction #1" by Snedker Studio
A new life for an ancient practice
Idea Conference to be held in Pretoria
2011 CIT:Y awards bursary winners chosen
CIT:Y selects nominees for annual award
2011 CIT:Y awards attracts more student entries
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