Speculative fashion is a term coined by Kazuya Kawasaki, one of the new guard of Global Design Graduates who presented at Design Indaba 2016...
Terry Levin 22 Feb 2016
The Cape Town-based Design Indaba Festival, held in February each year, features a three-day showcase of globally-acclaimed speakers, handpicked by Indaba founder Ravi Naidoo to present case studies that are changing the world for the better...
Terry Levin 22 Feb 2016
How and why this week's transformation of Savile Row, the UK's famous tailoring district, into a sheep's playground and Karl Lagerfeld's Project Runway Show for Chanel, make headlines around the world...
Terry Levin 9 Oct 2015
30 years after its Market Theatre premiere in 1985, a year before a State of Emergency was declared in the beloved country...
Terry Levin 13 Jul 2015
The 2015 Design Indaba provided fertile ground for even the most ardent fashionistas and Afrophiles. In this context both topics took on a new importance...
Terry Levin 2 Mar 2015
As the 20th annual Design Indaba Conference gets underway at Cape Town's CTICC, Terry Levin unpacks some of the infinitely inspiring insights presented by the world's leading global thinkers, doers and change-makers.
Terry Levin 27 Feb 2015
The first programme of the Baxter Dance Festival - Celebrating 10 years of Dance opened last night with performances by six dance companies, each showing off a different facet of the state of Cape Town's dance and choreographic arts.
Terry Levin 10 Oct 2014
Khayalethu Anthony is the writer and one-man performer of The Champion, the Zabalaza Theatre Festival's Best Production award winner, currently running at the Baxter Theatre's Golden Arrow Studio. The play has also won awards for Best Script and Most Outstanding Artist.
Terry Levin 2 Oct 2014
Those who did arrive early on Friday at the Design Indaba were rewarded by listening to Issa Diabate, who apparently even trended on Twitter during his presentation.
Terry Levin 3 Mar 2014
Almost every Design Indaba presenter refers to their country or city of origin as being formative to the success of their design approach and ethos. The evidence stacks up annually as one case study after the next demonstrates that the best design solutions grow out of a sense of place, context and location and are fundamental to inspiration.
Terry Levin 28 Feb 2014
Easily the most mythical of all designers - part alchemist, part shaman, with the sensibilities and integrity of the Dalai Lama, Thomas Heatherwick was back on the Indaba stage after an absence of nine years.
Terry Levin 27 Feb 2014