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The inflorescence Issue

Creative Nation Magazine

The inflorescence 

In this issue we have zoomed in on Jewellery design and trends featuring Lorne Jewellery & Accessories by Pea Paying homage to our last issue we have listed the who’s who in South African street style .This issue we have really reached the root with the creative minds behind some well-known South African independent brands. 

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  Lorne jewellery 

Gillian, artistic director, and designer signalled a change in the traditional jewellery making with modern subjectivity defined by unusual shapes & structures.

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The Bam Collective

The BAM Collective is a South African luxury womenswear brand that takes an alternative and spirited approach to fashion.

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The Who's who in street style South Africa

Street Style; “The “street” approach to style and fashion is often based on individualism, rather than focusing solely on current fashion trends.

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SHEEP - Thabo kopele

Thabo Kopele born in the south of Johannesburg whose studies at LISOF Design and Retail Academy
were unfortunately cut short due to his parents being unable to continue paying his tuition fees. He
used that as motivation to begin something amazing. 

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Pea Studios - Omphile Sibanda 

Jewellery is best described as personal decorative ornaments that are worn on your clothes or body as an
accessory and is usually made from valuable material and seen as the perfect way to enhance an outfit, making it unique and eccentric

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A majorbag story- Miles

Langa Miles Nkanyezi Mkhungo, born in Durban
and raised in Lamontville, located in Ethekwini KwaZulu Natal is a musical artist and producer. Miles grew up within the surroundings of hardship as well as struggles in his environment. “Lamontville is a bad place from the outside but from the inside, it’s a live-in place...”


What our amazing creatives featured in this magazine issue have to share on their experience

Gillian Lawrence

"It has been a pleasure working with you , all the best."

Omphile Sibanda 

“ I am learning the power of working hand in hand with people through this process,
that’s the magic. Thank you for showcasing pea studios, it was a lovely experience "

Thabo kopele

" It was great working with the Creative Nation Magazine team, the work you are doing for creatives is amazing "

Jacques Bam

" It was great working with The creative Nation team , i wish them well in their journey."

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