We asked Michelin star chef Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen about his newest venture and extension to his Nice restaurant JAN
With the exciting launch of Safilo’s “Shades of the season”, Mr Kofinas tells us more about the leading eyewear brand and the rising crossover between the optical and fashion industries
It’s no secret that South Africans love a reason to celebrate, but the incredible upsurge of our homegrown Cap Classique is well worth raising our glasses to
View has a fresh new head chef and we joined him in the kitchen to learn how he makes some of his signature dishes off his new menu
And our pick of their top 5 projects
The Tate Modern’s international curator favours the bold and bright
Ed's Letter | For art's sake
Wondering why it’s called Zeitz Mocaa? Meet the man behind Africa’s largest museum of contemporary art, opening in Cape Town this month
Creative director Lezanne Viviers runs with the spirit of her mentor, Marianne Fassler
The H&M group is launching its eighth brand. But have we got room in our lives for another Klippan rug?
Ex-Condé Nast tsar talks about royal ties and being ‘rather better’ at theology than Archbishop of Canterbury
Alibaba is China’s biggest tech success story. Now the company’s focus is on the offline world, as John Thornhill discovers
GC Lukhele has taken his passion for cars and made it his career. We find out about his love for music, childhood heroes and that doing what you love isn’t always easy
Meet the designer of tapestries and eight-metre UFOs who favours a non-elitist approach
There was a time when luxury was defined not by logos or advertising campaigns, but by the hours, skills, and materials invested in a product. These eight local designers are set on bringing back those values
A drive up Helshoogte in Stellenbosch promises magnificent views and equally as magnificent wine farms that have perfected the art of winemaking
Designer Porky Hefer’s band of fanciful and fearsome creatures arrives at Johannesburg’s Southern Guild Gallery this week. So what’s in store?
The act of writing about a place or a journey (which often happens when I’ve moved on elsewhere) becomes a way of making sense of the experience
The beauty is making strides as the first black South African model to be featured in one of Pirelli's iconic calendars
In the summer of love, the Beatles put music in the vanguard of cultural one-worldism. But what became of their utopian dream?