Allow us to reintroduce you to seven of your favourite locals to follow on the gram and beyond. Over the next two months, you’ll see them style themselves in their favourite Spree winter pieces. Then you can shop the looks and make them your own – lavish!
Before we take you inside their newly-created Spree capsule wardrobes, we thought a thorough Insta stalk was in order. The goal, beyond obsessive double tapping, is to find the key items that channel their unique sense of style. Scroll on.
They don’t call Nomalanga Shozi ‘The Flame’ for nothing. You’ve heard this saying before, but with her, it’s true: wherever she goes, it’s a party. Noma serves plenty a flame in a great dress.
At this risk of sounding like a dating profile, Hussain van Roos will infect you with trademark laugh and all-round vibrant personality. The man looks great in a range of headgear, but it’s structured jackets that are closest to his heart.
Tinuke Eboka is your creative friend, the one who’s always busy with some cool digital art project or jetting off to connect with fellow creatives. Moving effortlessly between tough tomboy and arty feminine aesthetics, we’d say her secret weapon is a great pair of trousers.
Easily the best-dressed man in Cape Town, there’s no doubt Justin February has the streetwear gene in his DNA. Justin suits up like the modern man: going head-to-toe in denim or full-on tracksuit.
Let’s just get this out of the way from the beginning, Chernè Africa knows how to serve face! She pairs that amazing bob with many a statement top – the result is super enviable selfie game.
Yes, Langa Mavuso looks as good as he sounds. The singer/songwriter is a lover of local design, and for the most part, keeps his look timeless with monochrome and denim pieces.
Call her Queen Kwena. Actually, call her Empress. Kwena Baloyi is a local style icon who will give you life and change the way you think about clothes. Whether it’s sporty (she loves her Kappa), a puffer, or something more classic, Kwena never met a jacket she didn’t love.