MaXhosa’s Laduma Ngxokolo commissioned by MoMA, New York

Laduma Ngxokolo, renowned fashion designer and founder of sought-after knitwear brand MaXhosa, continues to transcend boundaries, both locally and beyond our shores. He’s been commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art in New York to provide a piece for its exhibition Is Fashion Modern?

Ngxokolo took to Instagram to announce the news. Other international brands that will feature include Levi’s 501 jeans, Converse All Stars and Nike.

“Got commissioned by @themuseumofmodernart to create a modern example of what I think the future holds for the prominent Aran knit that originated in the late 1800s in Ireland, among 100 fashion pieces,” Ngxokolo wrote.

The exhibition will be…
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MaXhosa’s Laduma Ngxokolo commissioned by MoMA, New York

Five travel Instagrammers you’ll want to follow

When you’re after travel inspiration in the form of picture-perfect scenic views and a glimpse of the world’s iconic structures and monuments, stolen moments of world flavours being savoured and once-in-a-lifetime experiences perfectly captured, Instagram comes to mind. From actuarial specialists to artists, we’ve selected five Instagrammers who share their travel experiences with the world, inspiring wanderlust, one picture at a time.

Mmanaka Kelobonye

Actuarial specialist Mmanaka Kelobonye continues to serve us travel goals, as she trots around the world with sheer luxe elegance. From the streets of Thailand to champagne house Moët & Chandon in France, Kelobonye has redefined jetsetting. Not only are…
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Five travel Instagrammers you’ll want to follow

Season III 21 Icons dazzle at Design Indaba

Laduma Ngxokolo photographed on Long Street as part of Adrian Steirn’s 21 Icons South Africa Project. Photo: Andy Ellis

Laduma Ngxokolo photographed on Long Street as part of Adrian Steirn’s 21 Icons South Africa Project. Photo: Andy Ellis

One of the star attractions of the Design Indaba Festival 2016, which took place from 17-19 February, was the 21 Icons Season III exhibition. Dubbed “The Future of a Nation”, the spectacular visual display featured some of South Africa’s most prominent young figures.

The display held at the Cape Town at the…
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