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ELLE Decoration South Africa September 2018

ELLE DECORATION South Africa is directional, informative, stylish and beautiful – a trend and lifestyle magazine that encourages readers to express themselves and their tastes through their surroundings.

Country:
South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ndalo Media (PTY) Ltd
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publisher’s note

dress Versace dress R21 895 shoes Steve Madden shoes R1 499 dress Thula Sindi dress, Khanyi’s own lamp Roller table lamp R10 000, stool Legs11 powder-coated stool R3 900 (excluding fabric) and table Nesting bronze crescent table R9 500, all Studio 19 carpet Diamond Shuttle Weave Dhurrie carpet R2 995, Weylandts ‘A home is the starting point of any heritage, as the place of nurturing, belonging and transmission of fundamental values’ September is Heritage Month and, accordingly, this issue celebrates the great African aesthetic that informs the way we live, the way we relate and how we define ourselves. A home is the starting point of any heritage, as the place of nurturing, belonging and transmission of fundamental values. And the way we create that space expresses…

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ed-in-chief’s note

The DECO team is marking Heritage Month with an issue that quietly honours the past while revelling in the sheer magic that happens when what we consider ‘old’ elegantly intersects the new and contemporary, whether in craft, design, architecture or interiors. Culturally speaking, there’s very little to rival the expressive language of beads when considering our South African design heritage, and Assistant Editor Ntombenhle Shezi has delved into traditional practices as well as the evolution of this living craft in her feature, Strands of Time, on p28. It’s always incredibly inspiring and encouraging to watch a new wave of young artists and designers brings their unique, exhilaratingly fresh perspective to what might otherwise be mere relics from another era.While there’s certainly a place for knocking down the odd architectural…

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contributors

RETHA ERICHSENA content curator, trend analyst, media contributor and lifestyle co-ordinator with 21 years in the magazine industry, Erichsen grew up on a farm in Mpumalanga surrounded by her mother’s creativity and father’s hands-on skills. She’s the founder of the brand The Farmer’s Daughter and, having worked as a stylist, lifestyle editor, contributing decor editor and creative director, it was only fitting that she style Ilze Swart’s Jonkershoek home for us. NKGOPOLENG MOLOI An avid photographer and freelance writer who focuses on contemporary visual art from the continent and diaspora, Moloi is passionate about history, storytelling and understanding, and never leaves home without her notebook and camera. She’s also a contributor to ART AFRICA magazine, Mail & Guardian, Between 10and5 and Bubblegum Club, and wrote the feature on…

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news

MIDAS TOUCH Known for her explosive use of colour and eye for pattern, Alex Proba is one of the most in-demand collaborators on the international design scene. Now the Studio Proba founder has teamed up with Six N. Five and Andrés Reisinger on the imagery for her new rug collection, Luster, which consists of four hand-tufted offerings with metallic accents, all displayed in picturesque architectural settings.‘It’s rare to find metallic yarn in rugs meant for everyday use,’ Proba says. ‘It was interesting to introduce it into a medium where it doesn’t belong.’ Comprising a blend of hand-dyed bamboo silk and New Zealand wool with black blocks punctuated by muted tones, the rugs represent a change in direction for the designer, whose signature has long been bold brights.…

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