Want to know what’s the latest and greatest? You’ve come to the right place! Your GLAMOUR Guides are here to keep you updated on products, parties, places and everything else currently catching our eye.
Whether you’re into eating out, going to concerts or spoiling yourself with a new purchase, our guides are your source for the best things happening in South Africa this week.
Sadly summer is drawing to a close, but the good is that Country Road’s transitional collection is hitting the shelves! Find all your essential black, white and neutral basics and cool knitwear in-store now.
The Cape Town Art Fair will be at the CTICC from the 17 – 19 February, boasting over 75 exhibitors from established and emerging art centres from London, Paris, Lagos, Dubai, Nairobi and more. The exhibition opens at 11am and ends at 7pm. Tickets from R50 – R140.
The Gin & Tonic Festival is happening in Cape Town on Sunday, 26 of February at The Old Biscuit Mill, Woodstock from 9am – 3pm. Over 15 local and international gin distilleries will be showcased, and some new gins will be launched. Tickets are R150.
PUMA‘s Run The Streets campaign goes local with four South Africans as the ambassadors: rappers Nast C and Gigi Lamayne, Digital Maskandi founder and artist Mashayabhuqe KaMamba and Rolo Rozay. The campaign focuses around the launch of the IGNITE Limitless sneaker in red, olive, grey and black, available on 15 February for R2 299 at PUMA stores and select Sportscene stores.
Levi’s has just launched the 501 Skinny in South Africa! If you’re a fan of the much-loved classic 501 fit, you’ll definitely want this new edition.
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