Self-taught stylist, designer and fashion buyer Thuli Mola fills us in on how her modern vintage clothing business Style Alert came about, as well as the best ways to use social media to market your brand
David Tlale’s Spring/Summer 15 collection has it all. Take a look, we’re sure you’ll agree!
Follow our step-by-step guide on how to create a simple yet elegant look just like Tumi Voster’s
Stars came out to play at the MTV Video Music Awards — we bring you the hottest styles of the night and the ones that left us cold . . .
There’s nothing dull about neutral tones. Add an element of subtle elegance to your wardrobe with this colour trend
On 15 August the current Miss SA, Rolene Strauss along with five of her fellow 2014 contestants visited the newly launched True Religion store in Sandton City in Johannesburg to select their pair of perfectly fitting denims
The head wrap is an easy way to add some chic flair to your look and it also comes in handy for those bad hair days
Very few trends are as confidently bold and beautifully striking as the printed and textured two-piece-suit trend. Here are our favourites from this season
The fedora is an old-school classic fashion necessity that oozes style and sophistication. Pair yours with skinny jeans and a colourful top for easy city chic
Juggling your 9/5 job while accomplishing your personal goals can be tricky. With this month’s focus on powerful women from all walks of life, young entrepreneur Akosua Acheaw shares how she manages to do it all in style
Pretoria’s Lerato Kubheka of Leroon Designs will be creating a space for DESTINY magazine at Decorex Joburg this year. We spoke to her about current décor trends and spaces she loves
Puma returns to its old hipster haunt of Braamfontein, on the periphery of Johannesburg’s inner city, to open its premium store Puma Select at 81 Juta Street
The Birkenstock-style sandal steps up again to be this summer’s must-have slip on. Will you get a pair?
Recent accusations that SA designer Gavin Rajah blatantly copied a couture design by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad has lifted the skirt of SA’s fashion industry to reveal its shameless side