So Jenny from @HabitsFashion , the leading lady in local fashion for Cape Town is nominated as a Cape Town Fashion Council Board member for 2013...
I voted for her already, so I thought I should share with you a video I did last year.... You can decide for yourself on my *Groupie* status but I love her work in Fashion and totally love her.
Well I've always loved fashion and today have decided to join ventures with someone that has the same dream as me... maybe our paths crossed to explore our horizons or maybe our paths crossed for a permanent venture... right now I am okay where i am...in my space.
I want to market myself so here it goes...i am a graphic designer that loves doing invitations for companies, weddings, birthdays, logos and business cards for people. I also love fashion and for the first time will showcase my range KINK, 29th December 2012 at marimba, but a week before that I am having an event for women... please join Je'taime on the 15th December 2012 in Bishops court, to have a fun filled day with lots of fashion, shopping and nibbles, enter with invite only which costs R50. There will be motivational speakers that day to help you through your daily approach to live.
Via Jozi Hi! Street that is...
So... a blog eh?
I was prompted by email to update my profile on here and happened upon the "blogging" function of the site, and seen as I plan to be extremely successful and slightly famous in my own small town, I decided a blog may be a good thing to have.
I must warn all you fashionistas though: I have more of an interest in clothing, classic style and technique than I do in actual fashion trends. I like clever, well fitted garments that bring out the best in you, as opposed to something that helps you look "Sooper Kool". So if you're looking for another blog that gushes over that "amazing new stud trend!" then you're in the wrong place.
Hello ,I would like to enter in the African market with my product's selling amd sooner I am interested to move myself to live there. If someome could be pass me some informations about renting price in city where I can run easily my business please get in contact with me.
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The recent opening of GBC Studio in Woodstock, Cape Town was a momentous occasion for its three owners Bianca, Gillian and Debbie, who have given their all to make their dream a reality.
By taking on the economic and social challenges of pursuing their passion, these ladies have
ultimately transformed their lives and endeavour to do just that for young, local designers. By sharing their expertise and providing upcoming talent with a platform on which to showcase their designs ( be it clothing, art or jewellery), these women are creating opportunities for young designers to break into the industry and develop. One of the owners, Bianca, is a clothing designer whose craft is somewhat of a cultural heritage inherited from her mother. She has an experienced understanding of the industry and the challenges that designers face, which is why she and her partners are inspired to have GBC Designs Studio be an opportunity-hub for designers as to keep the heritage of design flowing for future generations as well as for all shoppers to have a great experience whilst supporting our South African designers.
Monday, 29 October 2012
And so I lost my job. Did I loose, or make a change for the better? That is something I have been wondering a lot about lately. For the past seven months, I have been working at a tow - in service, after the death of relatives, wich left me unable to design. I had a job, yeah right, but... Somehow I just didn't fit into that world? My heart yearned back to the feeling of creating, of making something beautiful. I never did make it big in the fashion world, most probably because I live in such a rural part of the country. But, it's just me? It's part of who and what I am??? How can this be that something you do, can dictate such a huge part of your life?
It's that time of year ahead where our inboxes are inundated with year-end function invites. This can be quite daunting when you look at your wardrobe full of the same ol' clothes.
Not to worry, we've got you covered:
Visit P&H boutique for your year-end function needs www.phboutique.com
Getting the wardrobe ready for the "boer soek 'n vrou show" has certainly came as a challenge. To buy clothes for the different season wich we had on set was something that came as challenge for me.
Hopefully every situation and experience will teach me to be better at what I do. Individual consultations that only last a few hours are challenging in another aspect, where being on the road and constantly maintaining the wardrobe makes you prepared for worst case senario.
Make-up and upkeep of differnet looks challenges one to be creative and go beyond what you thought you could do. All is well that ends well!