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Woolworths Winter

Cold front is here. Time to (as Migos would say), ‘wrap it up then’. We take a look at our favourite gear from Woolworths that we can rock whilst going out and try to contribute to society.


Country Road Trench Coat – R1349.00


Sol Sol Print T-Shirt – R450.00


Washed Skinny Chinos – R399.00


Country Road Lightweight Scarf – R499.00


Chelsea Boots – R1299.00



Reebok Pump

The Reebok Pump…ahead of its time. For this week’s throw back Thursday we look at an iconic shoe. Pump it up and you were able to jump over buildings (well that’s what we thought). Technology wise, it secured the ankle for all the ballers, for the rest of us…we could pump it up. I genuinely do not need to sell you on why this is one of the greatest sneakers ever created, we can just collectively appreciate what Reebook produced for us, and let’s be honest…they set a trend. Namaste Reebok.

Reebok Pump Omni Lite OG

Reebok Pump Omni Lite Vintage

Bodega x Reebok Pump 25 “1989”



African A/W 17 (Coats)

As we finally get into a season which slightly resembles an Autumn, it’s time for us to change up our style as well. Now I don’t mean change up your style and start dressing like the Fresh Prince (even though we will always encourage the uptown fade), but now we can at least wear longer attire. It’s the season to dress up a bit more. Put those vests and short-shorts deep into your wardrobe and get out those jeans and shirts. 

Renny Man looks at their favourite coats for the African “Autumn”.

Stone Lightweight Smart Mac

TOPMAN DESIGN Black And White Tailored Coat

SELECTED HOMME Light Brown Trench Coat



Kappa’s Back

Turning 100 years old last year, as they were founded as a sock and underwear company back in 1916. This Turin based company has been in the forefront of combining fashion and sport. Nowadays all the big companies are aware of the need to not only focus on the sport side of production but to also push the fashion side.

Kappa sponsored some of the best football teams in the world such as local club Juventus, and Netherland’s based club, Ajax Amsterdam. These are some of the most recognized and respected clubs in the world. So why is Kappa not as prominent as it once was? Why are people not rocking the label which is the epitome of Italian cool anymore? Answer: They are again.

In ’84 we had 100m World Champion Carl Lewis donning Kappa on the track, in 2017 we’ve got Lewis Hamilton. It’s clear to see that Kappa align themselves with winning again. Stay woke.