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21 Mar '18


Posted by SELFI
Wass has been inspired by the seasons, Winter, Autumn, Summer, and Spring. Enhancing your skin and mind’s natural state with the purity of natural essential oils and staying grounded in the present through hectic and rushed days.
The skin requires different elements and care to breathe and heal for radiance and purity. Wass supports these elements with nourishing oil formulations and plant-based scents to stay present within modern, fast-paced environments where taking time and care of yourself has become rushed.
Find their products at our store at shop 3, 199 Loop street , Cape Town. For more info visit www.wassskin.com 
16 Mar '18


Posted by SELFI

Dayfeels is the creative sobriquet of South African artist and photographer, Amor Coetzee. The inspiration for her work stems from a deep appreciation for the landscape, the ocean and the properties of water. Amor is very drawn to a clean and muted aesthetic and work through a process of elimination, starting out with a lot of detail and removing bit by bit until only the very essence remains. Her work tries to communicate a sense of calm, as subtle as susurrus. Dayfeels Illustrations are based on aphorisms- a metaphorical phrase which embodies a feeling, these phrases are used to create simple line drawings. 

An extension of her artworks, the ceramic side of Dayfeels, lets her experiment more with texture, contrast, abstract shapes and patterns to create hand-made, one of a kind earthernware pieces. 

 Find their products at our store at shop 3, 199 Loop street , Cape Town. For more info visit www.dayfeels.co.za

15 Mar '18


Posted by SELFI

Githan Coopoo is a creative from Cape Town who makes simplistic, sculpted  jewellery items by hand. His abstract pieces have beautiful organic shapes and are crafted out of unexpected and innovative materials like clay. Coopoo is steadily increasing his jewellery line’s impact through fashion and is 
constantly inspired by different things such as volume, India, what we consider to be opulent and how that changes as well as queer culture.
He works exclusively with clay in making ceramic jewellery. As a medium, he feels that it is deeply universal and a commonplace. He believes that there is a  paradox that exists with elevating an everyday or seemingly mundane material into something quite precious and rich. The ceramics are fragile and delicate, more so than metals or traditional minerals which he feels inhances its beauty. He believes that conventional jewellery is prized and considered precious because of the worth and value of the materials used, whereas his jewellery is also precious – not for its monetary value, but because it is delicate, and must be cared for. 

Find their products at our store at shop 3, 199 Loop street , Cape Town.


11 Feb '18


Posted by SELFI
Lorne jewellery is designed by Cape Town based jeweller Gillian Lawrence.  All the pieces are designed and made by hand using sterling silver and brass. All Lorne jewellery are organic in form often referenceing  faces or the human body. 
Find their products at our store at shop 3, 199 Loop street , Cape Town. For more info visit www.gillianlawrence.com 

06 Feb '18


Posted by SELFI
Yellow is a jewellery design studio founded by Jessica Lea. Her studio is based in Cape Town where all the creations are designed with heart and made carefully by hand using sterling silver and brass. All the creations at Yellow hold a similar minimal aesthetic. At the heart of the brand, Jessica’s vision is to create jewellery that people want to wear.
Combining minimalism with a youthful edge, it is inspired by everything from David Bowie’s stardust to Finn Andrews’s ease. Yellow prides itself on its unique approach to jewellery making. Combining distinctive motifs and concepts with classic craftsmanship alongside more contemporary designs. The result is a carefully considered, alluring combination of rock ‘n’ roll, minimalistic chic and playful shapes. It’s where stylish pieces interact with mature artistry and classic form. All the pieces are made in the same vein of love, often overlapping and crossing genres to redefine whats typically considered beautiful. The essence of Yellow is to create pieces of art that are not only wearable but that are progressive and timeless and that make people feel good.
Find their products at shop 3 ,199 Loop street , Cape Town. For more info go to www.yellowjewellery.com