Local Lads Doing The Most

Local businesses are more accountable to their local communities and donate more money to non-profits. Supporting local businesses is good for the environment because they often have a smaller carbon footprint than larger companies.

Buying locally demonstrates community pride. … This enables us to invest directly into our local economy

Check out this list of amazing clothing brands that you can support:

Umtu jeanes by afrikanswiss

Africa’s premier tailored denim brand based in Johannesburg.


Born and raised in Soweto,Bob the Stylist Ndima
When his contract was terminated in 2010, he vowed to himself that will never go out and look for a job but he’d invest time on building his portfolio and pursue his childhood dream of becoming a Fashion Entrepreneur.



Thesis Lifestyle is a Sowetan based street wear brand that has established themselves in four main areas including retail, events management, clothing and social outreach.


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Floyd Avenue 

Designer Floyd Manotoana brand creates urban streetwear that is heavily influenced by tradition and subculture.


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Watermelon Social Club 

Sthembiso Mchunu takes on a no-rules approach to clothing that is inspired by sportswear and South African prints. It is a high end streetwear brand – all about creativity, responsibility and exclusivity. The brand is a fusion of rebellion and refinement, embedded with a positive attitude of unity and culture.


Designer Mathew Kieser makes  good quality basics with a focus on fit, fabric and design. The Sol Sol brand walks the line between menswear and streetwear blending clean silhouettes with muted colour tones. And a combination of bold prints with subtle details


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How great are all the brands guys… I mean get going on supporting our local talent and contributing to our communities.

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