Malcolm Kluk and Christiaan Gabriel du Toit decided to become a design duo in 2005, where the well known KLUK label became locally and internationally recognized as KLUK CGDT. Malcolm Kluk was born and bred in Durban, studied Fashion at the Internationally renowned British School of St Martians and proceeded in doing his final year apprenticeship with John Galliano. His counterpart, Christiaan, was born and bred in Worcester and studied at and graduated from the Cape Technicon School of Fashion. The two designers are well known for their impeccable style, graceful designs, and their perfect understanding of the female form and demur. KLUK CGDT has taken South African fashion to another level and has given South African fashion an international flare with their clean lines and attention to detail.

  • Bibliophilia

    Bibliophilia is a boutique bookshop specialising in graphic design, art, street art, illustration & photography, plus a small selection of local documentaries, music and children’s books at really good prices.

  • Vida e Caffè

    Receive a free coffee on your birthday when you present your ID. Ts & Cs apply.

  • Rosetta Roastery

    At Rosetta Roastery we’re passionate about coffees that are as unique and character-filled as the people who drink them. We source single origin and estate coffees from South & Central America, Africa and Asia, micro-roasting each one to best present its unique personality. Great coffee is best enjoyed fresh and at leisure, which is why we deliver twice weekly in Cape Town, free of charge.

  • Selah

    Our physical space is located at the Woodstock Foundry (160 Albert Road) in Cape Town, South Africa. We stock a carefully curated selection of once-off pieces, books, stationary, writing implements and art. We also accept commissions for murals and installations.

  • Chapel

    Chapel began when we started riding bikes around Cape Town and couldn’t find a backpack that we liked and was made locally. So we mocked it up, tried it on our friends, and started production on what is now our number 1 best seller, The Rider. This idea of locally sourced material is our foundational value and governs the whole design process. Everything used to craft our products, from the leather to our fine woolen lining is made here in South Africa – and this core value creates the type of challenge that our team has a passion to solve. We keep pushing with what we’ve got until it meets our standards of excellence and durability. Chapel is inspired by the joy of watching an idea come to life and the reward of working through a design problem until a simple, beautiful product emerges. All of our goods meet a local need. Each bag, sleeve and garment is batch produced in small runs that respond to current trends and most importantly, to the demand we see on the street.

  • Opus Studio

    Opus Studio us a multifaceted florist, specialising in hanging gardens, floral and plant related designs

  • Superette

    The organizers of the award-winning Neighbourgoods Market in Woodstock would like to introduce you to Superette, a neighbourhood cafe on the ground floor of the Woodstock Exchange building. The menu is prepared daily using locally sourced seasonal fare. Coffee by local roasters Deluxe and Rosetta, as well as a selection of craft beers on tap. Open daily during the week for breakfast and lunch, with a special brunch menu on Saturdays.

  • Sound and Motion Studios

    The first and currently largest studio in the network, Sound and Motion Studios Cape Town is a vibrant 3 floor facility in the Fringe. Opened in 2002, the studio quickly expanded from it’s original edit suite and vocal booth configuration as demand for our services increased. Over the coming years we added a dedicated mastering suite and “green room,” a live room and most recently a surround cinema-configured digital mix studio. For those needing to unwind we also have a client bar serving coffee and cocktails, a Foosball table, a Nintendo Wii and a selection of TV series and movies in our client lounge. The whole building is also a Wi-Fi hotspot.

  • Infestation

    Infestation is a full-service graphic design studio based in Cape Town. Founded in 2000, we offer years of experience in multiple graphic design solutions – through branding and marketing strategies, publications, web and other digital media.  We believe in great partnerships, smart ideas and excellent design.  We are passionate about our clients, our work, having fun and great coffee. Come and visit us if you want to hear more!

  • Artscape Theatre Centre

    This is Cape Town’s home of theatre and ballet and where major international productions are staged. The architecture is very 1970s but the facilities inside are state-of-the-art.

  • Cape Town International Convention Centre

    The CTICC, as it’s known, is at the harbour end of town, adjacent to the V&A Waterfront. Exhibitions, conferences and expos are regularly held here. There is also a swanky hotel. A canal connects the complex to the Waterfront.

  • Church Square

    Located at the entrance of the Groote Kerk, see the memorial that marks the spot where slaves would wait under a ‘slave tree’ while their owners attended church. In the square is a statue of parliamentarian Jan Hendrik Hofmeyr, who attempted to have Dutch recognised as a language equal to English in the 1910 constitution and a monument commemorating slavery.

  • District Six Museum

    Here lie the stories of more than 60,000 citizens – many women and mothers – who lived and loved in District Six before it was claimed a white area in 1966 and they were forcibly removed. A programme here called Huis Kombuis (Home Kitchen) involves a group of women previously from District Six who share memories, design, create and sell ‘kitchen’ crafts. They have also produced a cookbook. The museum provides a glimpse into this once vibrant community and keeps its memories alive. Director Bonita Bennett, has her own experiences of the area to draw on. Amongst the women celebrated is Lydia Williams (1820-1910). A freed slave, she opened her home in Chapel St to others in need of learning, laughing and support. She became a symbol of hope and emancipation.

  • Parliament

    Traditionally the Mother City has always been home to Parliament with Pretoria the administrative capital, but there is ongoing debate about the economic viability of this arrangement. Currently Parliament is made up of approximately 42% women. The present city mayor is a female Mayor: Patricia de Lille and the Western Cape province has a female premier: DA leader Helen Zille. Every year a Woman’s Parliament is held in August, Women’s Month. August 9th is Women’s Day honouring the day of the women’s march back in 1956 when over 2000 women marched to the Union Buildings to protest against the Pass Laws.

  • Prestwich Memorial

    The Prestwich Memorial is the final resting place for thousands of skeletons found during building-work nearby. The area was a large burial ground for people, such as slaves, denied access to churchyards. The memorial houses information relating to the history of slavery in the Cape. The adjoining St Andrew’s Church was the first to welcome freed slaves into its congregation.

  • The Labia

    This old-world movie theatre screens art-house movies as well as more commercial productions. Go there for the step-back-in-time decor and to hang out with the locals.

  • Adderley Street flower sellers

    One of Cape Town’s best loved and most colourful locations is the flower market in Trafalgar Place next to the old Standard Bank building. Here locals are able to brighten up their day buying a bunch of fresh cut flowers. The sellers themselves, nearly all women, are full of humour and chat and are arguably the most photographed women in the city.

  • Heritage Square

    This collection of buildings around a central courtyard dates back to 1771. They were originally residences as well as businesses – including one of the Cape’s few original forges, still operational.