In an industry where $1/day passes as a living wage we are fortunate enough to participate in every aspect of our clothing, from idea to real thing, without compromising our ethos. We work in the same space as our machinists and pay them the same wage as our front of house staff. It works, ethically but also because the business benefits from a more cohesive production process and ultimately it reflects in the quality of the end product.
"The new collection explores the evolution of the kung fu aesthetic via large-scale embroidery, interlocking graphics and minimal lines that make perfect pieces for street lamp-lit, urban camouflage."
The OGs are at it again, further cementing their position as a Cape Town Heritage brand with a clear vision for their own future, as well as the future of the community they have played such an important part in building.
Their latest offering is an amalgamation of one off pieces and works in progress that was recently showcased at SA Menswear Week.
Photographer Carey Chanquin positioned the collection amongst immediately recognisable Cape Town weekend destinations, evoking a sense of play which is mirrored in the the saturated primary and secondary colours forming the basis of the upon...
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