The pandemic showed us how much we rely on entertainment. We rely on creators and artists to help us escape reality. This column will feature all the things we are loving in pop culture, Namibian and international.
Check out our first list of things we think you should check out too.
We all need fashion inspiration from time to time. Some Namibian creators give us that and more.
We’ve rounded up 3 creators you should be following on Instagram right now.
Young, spirited and multifaceted. Penehafo is a Namibian creative who is maneuvering her way through life while creating, growing and learning.
In our December cover story, Penehafo lets us in on her journey as a stylist as well as how she manages two very different careers.
By Joan Mbago
The third installation of Katutura Fashion Week took place recently in Windhoek. The two day event which took place from the 26-27 November 2021 at the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) under the theme- “Embracing our cultural diversity and roots all 14 regions of Namibia” was one not to miss!
It’s the FINALE! We’ve reached the final stretch of our relay. We started off with Doctor Shindume who passed it on to Sunet Van Wyk who passed it on to Lee Neshila.
Our final #OshiSmoothieRelay episode is with the great Cheroldine Kanana. She is making her smoothie with the Sweet Oshikandela flavor.
Watch as we finish off this amazing race!
Episode 3 feature fitness trainer and actor, Lee Neshila. He made an energy and protein smoothie using the strawberry Oshikandela flavour.
Episode Two of the OshiSmoothie Relay features the amazing actress and radio personality, Sunet Van Wyk.
She came with a twist, instead of a regular smoothie she made a smoothie bowl. A very delicious looking smoothie bowl.
Getting paid what he deserves while looking like fire and having creative freedom is the ultimate gig for this Namibian-born power house.
An all-around creative with eight years of experience in the entertainment industry, Marchell Linus is a choreographer, dancer, journalist, producer, creative director and writer.
Part of our time on Instagram is spent stalking other people’s beautiful homes. One home in particular, The Penatu home. *several heart eyes
The neutral colour palette, the woven baskets, the organisation? We love to see it all. The best part about following The Penatu Home are the tips the owner, Pekeloye Kamenye, shares with her audience. Monochrome also found out that she has an online shop where you can purchase some of the items as seen in her home. How cool?
We caught up with Pekeloye to find out WHY we should add woven items to our homes too.