A round-up of our style finds from earlier this week…

Kirsten-Goss

HANGING OUT WITH PAC-MAN AND KIRSTEN GOSS
Kirsten Goss is a South African jewellery designer who has enjoyed much success in merry old London. Her work is instantly recognisable to Capetonians in the style set for its organic lines, bold African references and experimental forms and textures.
We’re loving the new range of charm necklaces in her online store, like this 8 ct gold vermeil chain necklace with its Pac-Man charm: perfectly quirky yet sophisticated.
Cost R625
Get it at kirstengoss.co.za

Joan Shaer

LIGHTEN UP WITH JOAN SHAER
Influenced by her background in clothing design and cake decorating, Joan Shaer‘s porcelainware is detailed, delicate and feminine. She creates her beautiful pieces in Constantia, Cape Town.
We think these porcelain tea-light shades will look beautiful on a balcony or atop a table for an alfresco dinner.
Cost R280
Get it at hellopretty.co.za

Hemma-FI

NORDIC HEMMA
Hemma Furniture is a Cape Town-based company that uses Norwegian birch plywood and laminates as materials for its simple yet stylish furniture. Owners Tharine Theron and Philip Masters create minimalist Scandi designs in everything from trestle tables to bedside pedestals to coffee tables.
With a bit of an edge in its ladder-like form, this handsome display cabinet is ideal for a trend-setting home.
Cost R3 530
Get it at hemma.co.za

Mingo-Lamberti-T

GET SHIRTY WITH MINGO LAMBERTI
Mingo Lamberti, named after founder Brad Hodgskiss’ grandfather, was originally a limited-edition T-shirt designing company that has grown to include scatter cushions and other textile designs.
Creative originality is important to them, thus they change designers with each line. The trojan shirt is the final result of just such a collaboration, and goes to show how teamwork and creativity are a winning combination.
Cost R299
Get it at superbalist.com

aaron-kearney

NO KNIFE NECESSARY
From a young age, Aaron Kearney has been involved with art and design and, influenced greatly by a grandfather who had intuitive workshop skills and ideas, became drawn towards wood, metal, ceramics and lighting.
Born in Northern Ireland, Aaron now lives and works in Cape Town and continues to produce bespoke signature pieces. Available in five different sizes, don’t you just love this ceramic bowl? Who needs a knife anyway?
Cost R50–R220
Get it at hellopretty.co.za

a-love-supreme

X COOL X PLACE MATS
Creative with a dash of whimsy, aLoveSupreme is the imaginative range of stationery, apparel and homeware from Cape Town based creatives Ryan and Leanne Botha.
As the season’s Christmas festivities kick off, add humour and heart to your food-laden table with these colourful disposable placemats.
Cost R160 (set of 32)
Get it at alovesupreme.co.za

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