Cape Town is certainly an urban hotspot for creativity and craftsmanship. It’s no wonder that this year the mother city is painted in yellow to wear the crown as the official Design Capital of 2014. To show our support we wanted to devote our monthly editorial shoot to the creative talent of our local designers and artists.

Of course, given the colour scheme of black, white and yellow, we couldn’t think of a better location than the legendary Superette situated in the Woodstock Exchange Building. Against this quirky and artistic backdrop we teamed up with the Capetonian Kamini Pather, winner of Masterchef SA. She willingly got dolled up with a splash of yellow in the gorgeous garments of Habits and Klûk CGDT, as we played around with some original creations of our favourite local designers which we’ve listed below.


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3 Responses to “Painting Cape Town Yellow”

  1. Paula February 20, 2014 at 12:33 pm #

    Stunning!!!! The shoot and Kamini (her hair – so suits her and her make-up is beautiful).

  2. Lechelle March 4, 2014 at 11:26 pm #

    I love this shoot! Currently loving yellow :)

    Where are the two large globes from?

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