Culture Clothing started after a life long dream from childhood of having a clothing brand.
Excerpt of story by founder Zachary
“Fast forward to 2018 after another near death experience I told myself that there’s going to be no more postponing of anything because life is literally so short and you don’t know what lies ahead nor do you see it coming and I never saw that bullet coming.
I remember sitting in the bus on my way to work one day, I grabbed a book and a pen out of my bag and started drawing. By the time I got to work I had my first 2 designs and I was so excited, I couldn’t wait to see the end results.
I would like Culture to be a symbol of hope and a reminder that you can do it, no matter where you come from or what you’ve been through, you can still do it, whatever your passion or goal is in life.
When I hear about world famous fashion designers and how long their journey is and where they are now, I smile and tell myself “this is only the beginning”.
We are based in Lavender Hill, Cape Town and our clothes are now being worn throughout South Africa.
Dream big and be proud of your little achievements, you deserve it.”
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Brent Thomas and his family have carried on some of their traditional way of life by living off and in nature. As a family they have regular walks in the mountain and on the beach and within season and with their permits they would forage and collect what they need as part of their lifestyle. Passed on through the generations of the indigenous people as their forefathers, you get to have a taste and live a bit in the past.
Aunty Nita’s specializes in tours in the “Coloured” areas of the Cape Flats. We visit the Forgotten Heroes in Athlone which focuses on the role of the youth of the Cape Flats in our Liberation Struggle.
Through their heritage, tradition and culture you will learn more about the history of enslaved people and Political Exiles; and when it comes to food there are cooking classes and Fine Dining Bo-Kaap style savouring the tastes of Cape Malay fragrant meals and be sure to have entertainment with some Ghoema Music too.