Meet Justine Pulford, 2nd year fashion design student at CPUT and 2015 Remake Design Challenge fashion finalist.
Meet Hannah-Rose Smith, emerging designer and fashion finalist in the 2015 Remake Design Challenge.
Meet Jean Baard, CPUT 2nd year and fashion finalist in the 2015 Remake Design Challenge.
Introducing Werner Boshoff, Remake Design Challenge 2015 fashion finalist, currently in his second year at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
Over the next few weeks Live Eco will be introducing you to each of the Top 5 Remake Design Challenge fashion and object finalists, uncovering what inspired their “Urban Luxe” collections and “Living Room” objects. Here is a quick introduction to the talented Top 10.
Denim is one of the hottest fashion trends this year, but if the thought of wearing it both on top and bottom feels like overkill, you might be doing it wrong. There are ways to make it fresh and fabulous so you can stay ahead of the style gurus this season.
The True Cost the movie will be premiering worldwide on Friday 29 May 2015. There will be a screening being held at The Labia in Cape Town.
The Live Eco Remake Design Challenge, South Africa’s premier sustainable fashion and object design competition, proudly brought to you by Pick n Pay in partnership with the Cape Town Fashion Council, today announces their Top 5 finalists for both the fashion and object categories.
Livia Firth, the “Queen of the Green Carpet” wore an Antonio Berardi gown composed of “Newlife” fabric, which is woven from yarns spun from 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
This year’s winter fashion trend is all about layering, wrapping yourself into a cocoon. Capes, fur, wrap-around sweaters are the must-have items, giving you a chance to rock the 60’s glam look in 2015.