The rise and rise of Bree Street as the shopping destination of choice in Cape Town is noted in the Sunday Times this weekend, including a nod to Skinny laMinx, of course.
Delighted to report that there are two Skinny laMinx cushions in the December issue of Martha Stewart Living.
It’s very exciting to see Skinny laMinx get a mention in the Tokyo Weekender, where they talk about us as “a South African label with clean, funky prints – think Marimekko meets Urban Outfitters”!
With the advice and assistance of food writer/stylist, Nikki Werner, we styled and set a festive table in the beautiful home of Jo and Stuart Anderson (of LoudenPerryAnderson architects) for Garden & Home Magazine, using the new Pebble print from the Rough Cuts collection. It turned out beautifully!
For a PDF of the article, click the link:garden__home_christmas_table_1212_1.pdf.
There’s a lovely interview and article about Skinny laMinx in the November Get It magazine. Read the PDF here).
The wall panels designed for the top of Table Mountain have been covered online by B-Guided magazine here
So delighted to see my Flower Fields cushions in the beautiful no.8 Summer issue of Anthology Magazine.
Thrilled to see Skinny laMinx cushions on the pages of Aussie super-cool mag, Frankie again.
Our Flower Fields design, in Goldenrod, is part of the Trends article in the Spring edition of Plascon Spaces magazine.
Such a great story about all the fab businesses on Bree Street in the August edition of British Airways’ High Life magazine.
“The Olympic Games have begun, and today’s Etsy Finds pays tribute to Etsy’s diverse global community.”… with Skinny laMinx representing South Africa! Click here for the full mailer.
My Solid Orla cushion in Strawberry has made it onto the pages of VISI magazine, winter 2012.
The lovely Sharon and Denise of BeBetsy have published an interview with me over here. Thanks so much.
There’s a lovely double page spread of our apartment in the [YOU / Huisgenoot magazine[(http://www.you.co.za/articles/Issue/3-May-2012) this week!
Delighted to have been included in an article in the Home Weekly section of the Sunday Times this weekend, along with the likes of Heath Nash, Wonkiware and Kelly Hoppen.