Contemporary Namibia is alive and well, as brands continue to come up with exciting products that embody Namibian culture and modernisation.
Couture by Kim has done that a number of times, this time they have put out a new range of shoes – the print is what’s getting us going!
Cheeky is an exclusive, luxurious, and sustainable Namibian swimwear brand that exists to help build a future where women claim their bodies, in confidence and comfort. Their mission is to inspire acceptance and confidence through alluring and bold swimwear.
Pekelatate Haindongo who goes by Peke, is a self-taught, full time creative and photographer, currently honing on his videography skills. Get to know the man behind Tate Visuals.
Blings and Charms is a Jewellery business that specializes in custom-made jewellery and seasonal jewellery collections. The business was launched in March 2021 and has since then, made a name of its own.
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.
If you’re a big fan of Proud by Pewa and MN Creations you’ll be happy to know that they launched a brand new physical store called “The Studio”.
We’ve had a multiple emails come in this year re: internship opportunities at Monochrome Magazine. So we’ve decided to look into it and design a program that works for both you and us.
Valentine’s Day is almost here and while you wait for the last minute to find gifts for your significant other, here is our proposed list of gift ideas featuring 15 amazing Namibian brands. You’re welcome.
As an aspiring content creator, there are many things that can be helpful for you to kick start your journey.
Here are 4 essentials we think you will need, featuring some cool items from Mons Gadgets Namibia.
Once in a while we chat to Photographers doing amazing things and in this edition we speak to Juné van der Walt of Urban Lens Photography.
Born and bred in South Africa, Juné shares her journey and highlights as a photographer.