A wondering day roaming the coastlines of Cape Town found us this little spot. I must say as adventurous as Luke and I are we never really explore the outskirts of home. We usually venture further to really feel like we’ve left the city, however on our beautiful public holiday this week we did a day drive to Pringle Bay and found this remote and private beach area. With stacks of sand dunes and no one for miles, we set up camp for the day and feasted under the sun.
I took a long weekend in the wild to clear my mind and soul after a couple work-heavy weeks. The bush always regenerates me, I think the drylands and giraffe have some mystical hold over me, like a deep rooted earth magic, old as the eagles who fly above it. We bravely did the 16 hour drive up to Otjiwarongo – an area situated in central-north Namibia. We didn’t spend anytime in the city, but it is one of the more German influenced towns in the country. The vast farm lands are mostly game reserves and hunting lodges, with a huge emphasis on conservation and buck breeding.
Fashion Week 2.0 – this time with a cooler location, less wind (not by much) and a rather large designated parking area. Stand-out shows for me personally included Ituen Basi, the assortment of designers at Fashion Revolution, Taibo Bacar, Vernac and Stefania Morland. I was hoping for a more interesting hype from some of the other African designers, but it seems 3rd year fashion school crafting is still the norm there and by our own hands.
Crazy beautiful landscapes this weekend in the Biewdouw Valley. Situated between Clanwilliam and Uitspankraal, this section of terrain is desolate, with patches of greenery near watering holes. The rock formations are something else, a solid source of inspiration in my life right now! Been dreaming of an overland trip through Colorado, but settling for this right now isn’t a bad second option!
Orange Tab is the latest collection of reinvented vintage by Levi’s. You know that good ole denim brand that keeps reworking the classics… this time round with a 70s flare, a couple stripes and the ever trendy logo tee. I’ve been living in their logo tee’s for the past couple months. Let’s say a slightly more affordable option to insta-famous Gucci, while still holding enough heritage to knock you to the floor.