The Freeworld Design Centre is launching their new exhibition Street Style on 26 June (running until 10 August) in combination with Ed Suter and Quivertree Publications release launch of the visually gripping book Sharp Sharp.
The exhibition was inspired by the full colour exploration of South African street style by Suter. Street Style will showcase Suter, along with three local creatives who have put together individual design pods, each giving their interpretation of South African street style. These three creatives are:
– Mak1one (Graffiti artist)
– Asanda Sizani (Fashion editor: ELLE South Africa)
– Jade de Waal (Food stylist and Top Ten contestant on Masterchef SA)
What’s really cool about this exhibition and release is the fact that it gives voice to street art, which is normally dismissed by fancy critics, who hate graffiti. It’s modern, it’s connected to Africa and would be well worth the couple of minutes that it would take to pop round to The Freeworld Design Centre on the fanwalk in Cape Town.