Small Town Girl by Elize Strydom

Small Town Girl

i was lucky to discover Elize Strydom just as she was about to embark on the South African chapter of her ongoing photography project Small Town Girl – thanks to Jessica for tagging me in her first post. Elize is Australian, but has roots in SA (as you can probably tell by her name 😉)…

Miss Moss | Visits: Coppelia

Visits: Coppelia

this is the fourth instalment of VISITS, a series in collaboration with Monya Eastman. there’s a Mungo and Jemima store just around the corner from my office in Cape Town’s city centre, and so i usually find myself popping in there in-between errands and lunch runs. the last few times i…

Miss Moss | VISITS: Peter Eastman

Visits: Peter Eastman

this is the third instalment of VISITS, a series in collaboration with Monya Eastman. walking into Peter Eastman’s studio on the east side of the city made me realise how many little gems must be hidden all over Cape Town. Peter is actually Monya’s brother-in-law, which made this VISIT a relaxed affair. he showed…

Visits: Hoi P'loy | Miss Moss

Visits: Hoi P’loy

this is the second instalment of VISITS, a new series in collaboration with Monya Eastman. before visiting the Hoi P’loy studio i had no real idea what goes on behind the scenes of this inspiring company. i had, of course, seen their beautiful Vintage Edison lightbulbs all over Cape Town, and they hang…

Studio Visit: Clementina Ceramics | Miss Moss

Visits: Clementina Ceramics

I’m excited to introduce a new series called Visits to the blog, a collaboration between myself and furniture creator extraordinaire Monya Eastman of Stokperd. you’ll remember Monya from all the fabulous things she has made me since we met a few years ago – including Peggy, Megan (yes, they are named after Mad…

coffee

Coffeeklatch

Coffeeklatch is run by Magali Elali and Bart Kiggen who have what they call “creative chitchat” with interesting creative entrepreneurs in their homes or daily working environments. Coffeeklatch means ‘slow journalism using a fast medium’. i particularly loved their interview with garden designers Bart & Pieter. Green is the new black.…

la leith clark

there’s a cute little little interview & featurette with lula magazine’s leith clark over at la garconne. [ leith in lover from turned out ]

the lost tribes of new york city

and you know like somebody walk on the street, when they listen mus- when they heard some music, because some black people…. they drove a car and then they turn the music up very loudly. and then somebody DANCING like me – some days. not some days, many days -…