Cynthia Gwebu

If you're looking for a local YouTube channel or influencer that focuses on all things beauty, skincare and lifestyle and offers plenty of inspiration with plenty of tutorials, GRWM (Get Ready With Me) videos and reviews, then be sure to give Capetonian beauty, Cynthia Gwebu, a follow! Also, keep up with her latest blogs on www.cynthiagwebu.com.

YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

https://www.instagram.com/p/B93zEl9FiIA/

Kandy Kane Makeup

For amazing makeup tips, hairstyle and outfits inspo, product reviews, daily vlogs and much more, Kandy Kane is your girl! Her makeup tutorials will definitely have you rummaging through your makeup collection, experimenting with various items and exploring your creativity. Most of her videos use products that you'll find at your nearest Dis-Chem or Clicks.

YouTube | Facebook | Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-cEyktAWkQ/

Mihlali N

Mihlali Ndamase is a breath of fresh air and her content on her various platforms is just incredible and inspiring! We can happily visit her Instagram page and scroll through it all day. We absolutely love her style. She creates her videos around all things beauty, ranging on topics such as makeup hauls, how-to makeup tutorials, trying new products on the beauty market, vlogs and doing fun challenges.

YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-ZTpPcJ33F/

Charli the Bearded Beauty Boy

From Cape Town, this freelance makeup and hair stylist is another must follow if you're looking for unique looks, fabulousity and grooming goodies. He took part in the NYX #FACEAWARDS SA 2019 with incredible works of art, including Neon Saviour and Tattoo Temple. Check out his YouTube page to see what these creations looked like and how he created them. He is active on Instagram daily and shares amazing makeup inspiration, GRWM videos and product reviews.

YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-Ozu8pB3c8/

Thandi Gama

From travel and fashion to lifestyle and makeup, Thandi Gama has got you covered in all aspects of the world of beauty. We're fond of her GRWM videos that compile an entire gorgeous look from hair to makeup and the outift, her Issa Vlog series, skincare routines, product reviews, try-on hauls and more. Visit her social media platforms and give her a follow!

YouTube | Instagram | Twitter

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9WqkJup_zR/

PlumBoyy

Arnando Gericke, also known as PlumBoyy, has wowed us with his out-of-this-world talent and makeup creations on his Instagram account! Give him a follow and you'll see what we mean. We absolutely adore his creativity and his amazing sense of humour (his Insta-stories can be quite hilarious!) And what we didn't know is the fact that he is self-taught. If you love his smokey date night glam look below, watch the Insta-story! With a little practice, anyone can do this look.

YouTube | Instagram | Twitter

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9UZEh2JkL9/

SheWolf SA

This beautiful lady is wonderful, inside and out. SheWolf SA, or Hannah Kruyer, uploads YouTube videos every Friday that focus on beauty, lifestyle, travel and hair. And you'll see a lot of collabs on the social media channels with makeup bestie, Charli the Bearded Beauty Boy. They're definitely a hilarious duo. Follow her on Instagram for some amazing makeup inspiration.

YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-XjIKLp6i8/

Do you also love shopping for international makeup brands to add to your collection? Here's where you can find your favourites in South Africa at affordable prices! Thank us later.

What Is It?

So, make sure you join in because they will be focusing on digital skills and tools that anyone can learn and use for free to start and grow a business. Guest Speaker will be Maitele Wawe - CEO and Founder of The Social Market and the Facilitator will be Xolani "Waxx" Sedibe.

Here is what you will learn:

When Is It?

Saturday, 29 February 2020 at 10:00 - 13:00.

Where Is It?

JoziHub, 44 Stanley Avenue, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Entrance is free.

For More Information

Visit this Facebook page or this website for more information on this event.

Success Tastes Better Shared

They have proven over and over again, that success tastes better shared, and on the 3rd of November 2019 those who were there truly felt that phenomenon. Over 100 of South African's most powerful influencers and media personalities joined the brand at an exclusive birthday brunch at a unique location, The Execuflora Greenhouse near Fourways, set amongst lush greenery in the heart of the city.

What Did You Miss?

Brutal Fruit's #SpritzerBirthdayBrunch offered guests guests a mouth-watering menu that incorporated some of the Spritzer's ingredients into the food. From mini watermelon cakes drizzled with Brutal Fruit Spritzer to a syrup tailor-made for the event, guest were treated to a blissfully special occasion.

Brutal Fruit brand manager Gugu Dlamini says, "Brutal Fruit believes in the power of the collective, South Africans - supporting and celebrating each other's successes and milestones in life. Brutal Fruit is proud to be the curator of these influential collectives. This is the very essence of our brand ethos - simply that success tastes better shared"

The Who's Who!

Nigerian radio personality, television host, vlogger, lifestyle entrepreneur and author Toke Makinwa joined in and celebrated her own birthday alongside Brutal Fruit Spritzer, and as the keynote speaker she spoke about her own personal sucess, which she largely attributes to the support she received from various women throughout her life. Makinwa encouraged guests not to compare themselves with others and to always celebrate their own progress, no matter how small or slow it may seem. No success is without hard work and effort. She reminded the audience that during a journey to success there will be failures, but you should always remember to fail forward, learn from those mistakes and continue on your personal journey.

Celebrated South African MC Candice Modiselle, South Africa's incredible singer and songwriter Shekhinah; the very talented Thabsie, DJs Nel and Mmiso kept the celebrations going well into the afternoon, as guests enjoyed the easy-drinking and sophisticated taste of Brutal Fruit Ruby Apple Spritzers.

Celebrities and influencers spotted at the event included:

Something You Can Enjoy With Your Squad

Brutal Fruit Spritzer has been overwhelmingly well-received in South Africa in its first year on the market, exceeding all sales volume expectations. It makes for the perfect drink to be shared with your favourite people at brunch time, summertime, pretty much anytime – something to be enjoyed with your special squad.

What Is It?

The Prestigious Cell C Inanda Africa Cup returns to the exclusive Inanda Club nestled in the heart of Sandton. The #ARTANDAFRICANSPIRIT weaves the African Spirit, as we eagerly anticipate this eclectic sporting and social event marking the topmost of Africa’s polo season.

The tournament over the years has brought together a display of exceptional horsemanship among teams from Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. This highly anticipated tournament attracts the business elite, celebrities, influencers, VIPs, polo lovers and society figures from all over the continent. In true polo tradition, the tournament pays honour to the high-speed, high-skill game of polo – The Game of Kings.

Cell C welcomes polo enthusiasts to the Inanda Club to enjoy an afternoon fête complete with an exhilarating day of polo. The theme promises several artistic interpretations through African artistry, live fashion and cuisine, set against the background of the game.

When Is It?

Sunday, 16 June 2019 from 10:00 to 18:00.

Where Is It?

Inanda Club, Forrest Road, Inanda, Sandton, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost between R250 - R3 245 and are available at Ticketpros.

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit www.inandaclub.co.za.

You can also contact them via email on [email protected] or call them on 011 884 1414.

What Is It?

The Veuve Clicquot Picnic combines opulence and luxury with a fun day out. This event  is a lifestyle and picnic affair and brings together socialites, fashionistas, celebrities, influencers as well as champagne lovers. In classic Veuve style, this will not be your average picnic. There will be a Champagne bar (with some non-alcoholic drinks too) served alongside some really good food. You can also expect some of the best DJs and local artists to provide the entertainment for the day.

When Is It?

Saturday, 8 December 2018 from 12:00

Where Is It?

79 Main Road, Bluehills, Kyalami, Johannesburg

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost between R200 - R1600 per person and can be purchased  here.

For More Information?

For more information visit Webtickets.

What Is It?

Gather your girlfriends and make you way to the Wanderers Club for a weekend of fitness, fun and plenty of fantastic excitement! Two days, three stages, 50 speakers, 28 brands, all at one place - Women's Health Live! Expect a whole weekend of wellness and inspiration with an amazing line-up of celebrities, cover-stars, influencers and the Women's Health experts who'll be sharing their incredible stories, expertise, advice and star power. And to add to the entertainment, don't forget to check out the incredible beauty pop-ups, food trucks, drinks, shopping, movement classes and much more.

When Is It?

Saturday, 10 November 2018 - Sunday, 11 November 2018 from 10:00 - 17:30 daily.

Where Is It?

The Wanderers Club, 01 North Street, Illovo, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost between R175 - R250 per person (excluding booking fee) and can be bought at Quicket.

Tickets include:

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit www.womenshealthsa.co.za.

Also, follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

What Is It?

Maison Bisquit will offer its guests the opportunity to enjoy cognac in a variety of different ways including long drinks, neats and bespoke cocktails that have been developed exclusively for this limited time period. These cocktails are a twist on classic flavours and include the Chocolate and Orange Sidecar, the Blueberry Sour, the Unique Cést Chic, the Marshmallow Alex and The Maison – all of which are sure to tantalise your taste buds!

In addition, exclusive cocktails inspired by the three #BisquitCreator partnerships will be released each week:

1. Cassandra Twala is a creator with intention. From her work as producer of the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair and Winter Sculpture Fair, Cassandra is known for her considered approach to aesthetics and a dedication to excellence in her craft.
2. Qhama Xhali, better known to his friends and followers as Clixwell, is a content creator extraordinaire. When he’s not presenting SABC3’s #TheManCave, Clix and his friends are exploring everything South Africa has to offer.
3. Menzi Mcunu is an Afrocentric Gentleman known for his carefully curated lifestyle and consistently dapper outfits. This tastemaker has done everything from creating made-to-measure suits, to style consulting, brand partnerships and event curation.
An exciting tapas-style menu has been developed by well-known cook and current MKR SA contestant Luyanda Mafanya. From salmon, pate and carpaccio to frangipane tarts and macarons, these meals are a delightful accompaniment to any cocktail or long drink you choose to enjoy at Maison Bisquit.

Many people believe that Cognac should be enjoyed neat with a few ice cubes and consider mixing it with other beverages a sin! However, this view could not be further from the truth. The use of Cognac in cocktails goes back as far as the early 1800’s when the cocktail was invented - it was known as a “barman’s best friend”. These new cocktail recipes will demonstrate the versatility and taste profile of Bisquit Cognac in a delicious, exciting manner. Because everything is #BetterWithBisquit.

Maison Bisquit

Where Is It?

Corner 4th and 12th Street, Parkhurst, Johannesburg

When is It?

Thursday 23 August to Sunday 9 September 2018 from 12:00 to 23:00 daily (unless closed for private events)

More Information

Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter @BisquitAfrica. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for information about the dates and times that Maison Bisquit will be open as well as when the exclusive #BisquitCreator cocktails will be available:
http://bit.ly/MaisonBisquitAfrica.
Follow the #BisquitCreator team:
Cassandra Twala: https://www.instagram.com/cassmiat/
Clixwell: https://www.instagram.com/clixwell/
Menzi Mcunu: https://www.instagram.com/menzi_xonx/
Luyanda Mafanya: https://www.instagram.com/cookingwithluyanda/

What Is It?

Maison Bisquit will offer its guests the opportunity to enjoy cognac in a variety of different ways including long drinks, neats and bespoke cocktails that have been developed exclusively for this limited time period. These cocktails are a twist on classic flavours and include the Chocolate and Orange Sidecar, the Blueberry Sour, the Unique Cést Chic, the Marshmallow Alex and The Maison – all of which are sure to tantalise your taste buds!

In addition, exclusive cocktails inspired by the three #BisquitCreator partnerships will be released each week:

1. Cassandra Twala is a creator with intention. From her work as producer of the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair and Winter Sculpture Fair, Cassandra is known for her considered approach to aesthetics and a dedication to excellence in her craft.
2. Qhama Xhali, better known to his friends and followers as Clixwell, is a content creator extraordinaire. When he’s not presenting SABC3’s #TheManCave, Clix and his friends are exploring everything South Africa has to offer.
3. Menzi Mcunu is an Afrocentric Gentleman known for his carefully curated lifestyle and consistently dapper outfits. This tastemaker has done everything from creating made-to-measure suits, to style consulting, brand partnerships and event curation.
An exciting tapas-style menu has been developed by well-known cook and current MKR SA contestant Luyanda Mafanya. From salmon, pate and carpaccio to frangipane tarts and macarons, these meals are a delightful accompaniment to any cocktail or long drink you choose to enjoy at Maison Bisquit.

Many people believe that Cognac should be enjoyed neat with a few ice cubes and consider mixing it with other beverages a sin! However, this view could not be further from the truth. The use of Cognac in cocktails goes back as far as the early 1800’s when the cocktail was invented - it was known as a “barman’s best friend”. These new cocktail recipes will demonstrate the versatility and taste profile of Bisquit Cognac in a delicious, exciting manner. Because everything is #BetterWithBisquit.

Maison Bisquit

Where Is It?

Corner 4th and 12th Street, Parkhurst, Johannesburg

When is It?

Thursday 23 August to Sunday 9 September 2018 from 12:00 to 23:00 daily (unless closed for private events)

More Information

Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter @BisquitAfrica. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for information about the dates and times that Maison Bisquit will be open as well as when the exclusive #BisquitCreator cocktails will be available:
http://bit.ly/MaisonBisquitAfrica.
Follow the #BisquitCreator team:
Cassandra Twala: https://www.instagram.com/cassmiat/
Clixwell: https://www.instagram.com/clixwell/
Menzi Mcunu: https://www.instagram.com/menzi_xonx/
Luyanda Mafanya: https://www.instagram.com/cookingwithluyanda/

What inspired Vanillablonde.co.za?
I started blogging before blogs were even considered popular, simply because I absolutely love being creative and I’ve always loved writing and photography. My blog is a way of sharing that! Vanilla Blonde is a lifestyle blog that is an authentic and personal extension of my life and a take on all things that interest me. It aims to elevate and inspire.

How will you balance time between work and being a new mom?
That is one thing that I am nervous about. My baby boy (Baby G) will be born in June and I’m only taking a short maternity leave. I have the same worry as every new mom of how to balance a newborn and a career. I do have the concern of how I’m going to balance my radio and TV career, my blog, my voice-overs, my emcee work and a newborn baby, but I take comfort and inspiration in seeing how many successful, working moms there are in my industry. I’m trying to surrender my concerns and take it one day at a time from the minute Baby G is born in June.

What are some of the challenges you have faced during pregnancy?
Besides a few of the common pregnancy symptoms, like fatigue and heartburn, I have a 7cm fibroid that has caused me a lot of pain and a few complications in my pregnancy, and as a result I can only have a C-section, but I’ll take it all, because I’m just happy that Baby G is healthy and growing like a champion!

What’s your favourite thing about pregnancy?
I actually love my big belly. I love that I don’t have to suck my tummy in and I think I’m really going to miss my bump! I love feeling every roll, kick and hiccup inside me – it’s completely alien and completely amazing all at the same time because it’s so intimate. It’s just the two of us right now and I love that he is with me 24/7! I also love how kind people can be… it’s refreshing when people usually have silly, insensitive comments.

What’s your favourite maternity wear?
I have found some really beautiful pieces of from Anneen Henze, MamaMeah and Lonzi & Bean Maternity. I’ve also lived in my Freddy maternity jeans.

Bailey Schneider

What baby/child brands are you excited to try and why?
The Granny Goose Nurture One cushion, our cot and compactum from Cozicot, our second compactum from Kids Emporium, the Tommee Tippee range of bottles for expressed breastmilk and their cute bibs. The Love to Dream Swaddles look so comfy and I also can’t wait to see him in all the adorable onesies. H&M, Cotton On and Next have adorable onesies/baby grows. I look at them now and they’re so small – it’s hard to believe there will be our baby boy in them soon.

Which Joburg spots have been your favourites during pregnancy? 
I was born in Johannesburg and have been living in Cape Town for the last 4 years, but I travel up to Joburg all the time – either for work or to visit my friends and family. A lot of my friends have children and Papachinos is the popular place we go, and we also visit the restaurant Munch in Beaulieu. I also love spending time at Melrose Arch and the Fourways Gardens parks.

What’s in your hospital bag? 
I haven’t packed these yet, but I have my list:
Mom Bag: I’m bringing really comfortable slippers, a robe I can slip on and off and nighties that either open in the front or are especially for breastfeeding. I’m taking my SLR camera and charger to capture the precious moments. Headphones and my iPad. I’m bringing breast-pads, nipple cream, maternity pads and all my favourite toiletries from Exuviance and Clarins and a comfortable going-home outfit that I can slip on without worrying about my C-section scar.
For Baby G: I have the most beautiful leather bag from Jean Kelly that’s going to be filled with warm, soft onesies, beanies, vests, little socks, newborn nappies and bum cream. Swaddle blankets and burp cloths are packed too, along with the cutest Jellycat bunny.

What are your favourite pregnancy rituals?
I have absolutely loved the pregnancy massages I’ve had and I have a ritual I do every morning and night where I apply Mama Mio Tummy Oil or Tummy Butter on my bump and Boob Tube to my décolletage area. I apply Lucky Legs at night for my swollen feet and it’s utter bliss. I luckily haven’t got any stretch marks as I started this ritual the moment I found out I was pregnant.

Do you have any advice for Joburg’s expecting and working moms?
First off, I think every mom is an absolute superwoman and I wish they’d give themselves more credit! Every mom is trying their best and we all need to be kind and encourage one another. I find there is so much knowledge out there, thanks to the thousands of books and the Internet, that sometimes we forget to listen to our natural instincts. Trust yourself.

Bailey Schneider in Freddy Maternity Jeans 3-1

For more information about Bailey Schneider, aka Vanilla Blonde, visit her website, like her on Facebook, follow her on Twitter and Instagram, and subscribe to her YouTube channel.

Esther Mahlangu's initial collaboration with BMW was in 1991, where she was asked to paint a BMW Art Car. 25 years later, the company commissioned the artist to paint the interior panels of a BMW Individual 7 Series, with the one-of-a-kind car going up for auction at the Frieze Art Fair in London in October 2017.

Talk about great things coming together. Thomas Girst, an art historian, author, and Head of Cultural Engagement at BMW, says BMW's decision to commission Esther was because of her ability to blend the traditional with modern, making her now-recognised Ndebele contribution to contemporary art.

Esther's first car – following a lineage that includes Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder, Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, and many other well-known male artists of the Western canon – has done a lot to keep the history and magnitude of Ndebele painting alive.

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Traditionally, Ndebele paintings were done to signify momentous life events such as births, deaths, initiations, or weddings. Esther grew up watching her mother and grandmother painting their home according to relevant life events.

The colours and patterns used in the more current Ndebele prints started around the 1940s when Esther was growing up. She began painting on canvas but soon realised that not everyone would be able to see Ndebele paintings, and she worried that they would eventually die out and only be remembered in history books and museums. This prompted Esther to begin approaching galleries and museums with her work, actively promoting the art form.

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Looking at a completed artwork by Esther you would think that she uses preliminary drawings and lines in her paintings. But, in an article by Marina Cashdan, we learn that the 81-year-old possesses "superhuman precision and uses a delicate chicken feather as her brush. She applies thick black lines in patterns that echo Ndebele beadwork but in paint, then adds swathes of rich colour."

With the kind of magnitude and relevance such an artist brings to herself and our country, it's no surprise that in 2004 she collaborated with the late former president Nelson Mandela. Working from drawings Mandela had done, Esther embellished the prints using the traditional Ndebele style for which is globally renowned. Six stunning paintings were created from this glorious collaboration and exhibited at The Melrose Gallery, which Esther was reported as saying was "her most memorable collaboration

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To learn more about Esther Mahlangu or see more of her amazing paintings, visit here.

Images sourced from artsy.net and The Melrose Gallery.

What Is It?

SA’s must-attend wine event and premier consumer wine show of 19 years will again bring an exceptional line-up of premium wine brands to the heart of Jozi. It’s Sandtonbosch, really. Stylistas, trendsetters and the wine curious should plan to pamper their palates with all that is new and exciting at the single largest gathering of the country’s A-list wineries and influencers.

RMB WineX
Beautiful stands, eye-candy labels, award-winning wines: make the most of your WineX experience. Hit the RMB Private Bank Tasting Lounge for exclusive time with some of the country's leading winemakers, dip into delicious tapas-tastes provided by Mastrantonio, cruise the select food stalls dotted around the room, take your palate to places it's never been to before. More than a must-do event, RMB WineX also provides the opportunity to stock up on must-have wines via the [email protected] facility managed by the neighbourhood’s fine wine retailer, Norman Goodfellows.

Getting there and home:

RMB WineX

When Is It?

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 to Friday, 26 October 2018 from 17:00 to 21:00.

Please note: Wednesday night is by invitation only.

Where Is It?

The Pavillion, Sandton Convention Centre, Maude Street, Sandton, Johannesburg.

RMB WineX

How Much Is It?

Tickets range from R180 to R295. Look out for Early Bird and Take 2 Thursday ticket deals available until Sunday, 14 October 2018.

Ticket sales for Thursday and Friday nights: Book now at Computicket.

For More Information

Visit www.winex.co.za for all details, list of exhibitors and wines in the lead-up to the show, and to register for [email protected]

Also, follow them on Facebook and Twitter @RMBWineX #RMBWineX #WineX

Christy Strever is a Johannesburg photographer. Her expertise range from interiors, landscapes and cityscapes; to events, décor, food and weddings. We first discovered her work on Instagram and she was delighted to tell us a bit more about herself.

How long have you been a photographer?

In 2010 I started photographing for the company I managed, to promote tourism. I just got better and better at taking pictures and I decided to go full time with photography in 2014.

Did you study photography, where? Or are you self-taught?

I’m self-taught. My brother and step-father taught me a lot about photography and I just spent ages outdoors practising.

Do you do anything else aside from photography, career/business-wise?

I run a project on the side called IgerBook that helps raise funds for conservation.

What is your favourite photographic technique?

Long exposure. [Using a long duration shutter speed to sharply capture stationary objects while blurring, smearing and obscuring the moving objects in an image.]

https://www.instagram.com/p/BGUAyAjQgXi/?taken-by=boogsgaga

With your array of photographic specialities, which is your favourite?

Nature is where I am happiest.

What equipment do you use? Would you ever change brands?

I’m a Nikon fan through and through! To be honest I have never tried any other brand. My mom gave me my first Nikon when I was 10 and I haven’t looked back. It helps that my brother, step-father and mother all use Nikon.

What are some of the challenges you have faced as a photographer?

Quite a few! The biggest for me is the quiet months of the year. It can be very tough as there are so many fantastic photographers out there. You have to work that much harder all the time to prove yourself.

Other challenges I face are injuries I’ve gained trying to protect my camera, climbing very dangerous rocks to get the shot! Having up to 30 tick bites from lying on a forest floor to show the size of the trees. Obviously doing all these crazy things means your camera gets damaged. I’ve slipped on rocks, ladders, forest pathways, while crossing rivers, fallen off a chair and hit my head on concrete while photographing a wedding. The list goes on!

Do you have any advice for aspiring/amateur photographers?

Never give up! My photography only improved when I started really working for it. Waking up at 03:00 to either photograph the stars or do a long exposure in town followed by the sunrise. Every day I’m on holiday, I photograph the sunrise and sunset as well as the stars.

I’ve noticed a lot of aspiring photographers get depressed if they can’t photograph as well as someone else, even if that someone else has been photographing for a lot longer than them. Soak information up from fellow artists like a sponge! Let people teach you, ask questions, follow your favourite photographers on social media and learn from them.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHbkEuQhaGC/?taken-by=boogsgaga

Interviewed by Cleopatra Shava

For more information about Christy Strever, click here.

Sue Russell and Gwynne Conlyn are best friends, based in Johannesburg, and also the co-owners of this nifty store in Melville. We had a chance to chat to them about running their business, fashion and travels - here's what they had to say.

the stuff we love

Sue & Gwynne

By Cleopatra Shava

For more information on The Stuff We Love, visit their Facebook Page!

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