• 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.

  • MeMeMe

    MeMeMe is a much loved boutique and emporium that stocks the best of Ready to Wear South African designer clothing, accessories, shoes and handbags. The company was started by award winning sculptor and fashion designer, Doreen Southwood in 2001, with the goal of establishing an accessible and independent fashion emporium for South African fashion designers.

  • 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!

  • Take Care

    Jessica Harwood took the leap into fashion four years ago, establishing womenswear label Take Care in late 2008. The range offers beautifully finished styles in jersey, knits and woven fabrics with designs centered on pure, soft forms and fluid volumes.

  • Head on Design

    Made from natural and often recycled materials, the sculptures are eco-friendly and exude an Afro-chic elegance. With over ten animals in various sizes, Head on Design explores the concept of loving or loathing animal trophies. Certain sculptures focus on endangered wildlife issues and are part of co-founder Joanna Orr’s Conscious Art movement.

  • Hoo-Doo Design

    Marx and De Villiers graduated from Ruth Prowse School of Art and the University of Stellenbosch respectively. They focus on the design and manufacture of contemporary, handmade jewellery, as well as custom designs of wedding and fine jewellery in the most precious metals and gemstones.

  • Maxhosa By Laduma

    Using traditional Xhosa beadwork motifs and patterns, MaXhosa celebrates the rich heritage of the Xhosa culture through providing traditional clothing for Xhosa initiation rituals. The creations are modern, yet culturally relevant and bring Xhosa aesthetics into any attire. MaXhosa by Laduma is proudly knitted in South Africa with South African mohair and merino wool.

  • Mervyn Gers Ceramics

    All aspects of the design, including the shapes, images, colours and patterns, are done on the premises of their studio in Paarden Eiland, just ten minutes from the centre of Cape Town. The studio mixes glazes to suit each piece and prints its own transfers in-house — which means if you can imagine it, there’s every chance that Mervyn Gers Ceramics can design it!

  • Milame Handmade Design

    The studio’s handmade goods express simplicity and playfulness whilst commenting on shape and form. Its latest project is a range of jewellery that has grown out of an organic drawings concept that Milame has been creating for the past four years. Milame also does commissioned work.

  • Mr and Mrs

    With their love for travel and treasures, husband and wife team Cecil and Sarah Jane Bosman opened Mr & Mrs on Kloof Street, home to a candy-coloured collection of lust-haves like silk cotton kaftans, dainty jewellery and block printed quilts. This store is absorbing; we suggest dedicating more time than you think to explore, as, like us, you’ll probably fall in love with most of the merchandise by Copelia, I Love Leroy and Sitting Pretty. Conveniently located close to Melissa’s, you can stop here for a bite to eat.

  • Mungo & Jemima

    Don’t miss Mungo & Jemima, a firm favourite amongst local fashionistas for timeless, relaxed frocks, feminine florals and fashionable jewellery. As the owners – Kirsty Bannerman and Marian Park-Ross of Good – are designers too, you’ll be sure to find a selection of stylish and elegant picks designed to make the wearer feel special. Nearby gems: Imagenius and Me Me Me

  • Carole Nevin Designs

    The collection has grown over the years from table linen, kitchen linen, ceramics and candles to original fabric by metreage; both handpainted and handprinted. The superb quality and originality of our products are much sought after by tourists buying that special gift to remind them of their wonderful stay in South Africa; as well as by locals, game lodges and the hospitality industry.

  • Amalie Comrie Jewellery Studio

    Amalie Comrie makes unique pieces of jewellery, spoons and other objects in silver and various other materials such as pearls, precious stones and beads. She personally designs and manufactures each piece herself. Inspired by nature, her jewellery is uniquely hand crafted, using oxidising and surface treatment techniques. Although each piece is unique, similar pieces can be made to order.

  • Lady Peculiar

    Lady Peculiar’s unique designs combine romantic, organic, nostalgic, emotional and playful elements that are bound to inspire. Lady Peculiar jewellery is handmade in sterling silver and is of the finest quality. Each individual, hand-sculpted piece bears the imprint of the two designers.

  • Liesel Trautman

    Liesel Trautman makes beautiful porcelain homeware. Each item is individually finished with loving care and attention to detail. The result: Cups, plates, jugs, vases and bowls that transcends its functionality.

  • Maike Valcarcel

    Maike Valcarcel presents out-of-the-box contemporary jewellery with an African touch, entirely handmade and highly crafted. Gold is combined with pebbles and silver with felt, while gemstones add colour. The jewellery celebrates joy and individuality.

  • Matblac

    Matblac specialises in handcrafted men’s apparel, designed to emphasise originality. Designs are realised by blending old-world crafting skills with the latest in material and assembly technologies to ensure you get the highest quality possible.

  • Monkeybiz

    Founded in the early 90’s by ceramicist Barbara Jackson, this creative beadwork project produces the most original artefacts – from bags and badges to exotic creatures that are to be found in galleries, museums and personal collections all over the world. Biz works with over 450 women beaders from the surrounding townships most of whom operate from home.

  • Olowsdotter

    With a desire to make people feel good, Olowsdotter aims to inspire people to seek a new level of approval that comes from within. The range uses high-quality materials to ensure a long-lasting product. The pioneering brand promotes a strong environmental presence and is dedicated to Fair Trade practices and natural processes.

  • Pedersen + Lennard

    Pedersen + Lennard is a design company skilled in residential and commercial product design and manufacture, including lighting, furniture, storage and special commissions.

  • Pierre Cronje

    Integrity, fine craftmanship and pride have characterised the furniture designs of Pierre Cronje for the past 20 years. Creating superb designs with flawless quality and only the best timbers, sourced locally and abroad, the designs are unique and timeless.