First of all I’m so sorry for skipping last week, I was busy doing my part for #ShutItAllDown and needed to rest. I hope you know what that is, if no please search the hashtag on Twitter or Instagram. Let’s dive in shall we?
2020 taught us, if anything, to invest in the places we call home, seeing we were spending so much time there. From kickstarting multiple DIY projects to spending all our money buying new home furniture and deco items, we did it all.
A Namibian interior brand we’ve been eyeing is Kenren Interiors. In this edition of Home & Living, we find out what their number 1 decor item is right now.
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.
In this edition of closet confidential, we talk to the beautiful northern-based medical student, Nakangae.
Read all about her top items in her closet right now.
We are so happy to see more and more Namibians get into content creating, starting their own blogs and YouTube channels because it means we get to consume our own stories. Even better, we get to tell them ourselves.
Here’s a list of some Namibian content we’ve been enjoying lately.
When it comes to individual winter style, we love seeing what some of our favorites are up to. The fact that winter isn’t over just yet means we still have some time to obsess.
Lockdown taught us that we can do anything if we put our mind to it. Bake banana bread, make vetkoek, be our own fitness instructor, you name it. We can do it.
The secret is out. There’s a new way to relax and meditate in Windhoek and we feel everyone should try it at least once.
We recently attended a very fun Secret Sunset session where we also had a chat with the Namibian group’s founding members about how it all came about.
If we could name one Namibian fashion brand that won winter fashion this season, it would be Proud by Pewa.
We don’t know about you but we are obsessed with what’s in people’s closets.