Suppliers of prams, cots, clothes and toys....
Ricca Turgel has been in the designing business for 15 years. She designs and hand paints fabric, using classic African designs. She makes throws and cushion covers with ostrich feather trimming, beautiful velvet beaded cushion covers, soft mohair...
See and buy craftwork from all over Africa including pieces from Zimbabwe, Namibia and the Congo in this double-storey craft market....
offers a full range of winter and summer sleepwear including shirts and night wear and other underwear. ...
|Emerging from South Africa at a time when personal identity was the new differentiator, designer Jacques van der Watt has placed a distinct mark on South African fashion. Historically aware, self-referential and conceptually grounded, the energy whic...|
|If you ever need ostrich or turkey feathers, in any imaginable colour, this shop is the place to go. There're boxes and boxes of colored feathers, and rows and rows of feather boas. And Ees will make them into any hat or headdress you desire. Ees own...|
|Head off to the Kim Sacks Gallery for an extraordinary experience in tribal African art. Housed in a striking terracotta-coloured building, with double volume ceilings and free-flowing rooms, you will find a range of artefacts from the African contin...|
|Get one of South Africa's top designers to design an outfit for you with a touch of Africa, at Leopard Frock. Marianne Fassler has been running Leopard Frock for 25 years and describes her work as "high fashion garments with a distinct African flavor...|
|Love Jozi is Johannesburg's famous t-shirt company....|
|Designer clothing for infants and children, plus a selection for adults....|
|Ngwenya Glass Village offers visitors the chance to buy handmade recycled glassware or watch the art of glass blowing in action. There are 12 shops to browse around and you can have breakfast in the restaurant, Zest....|
|This small clothing shop in the fashion district in downtown Johannesburg offers what owner Mohamed Desai describes as "traditional African clothing". He designs the earthy-coloured clothing and uses printed hessian, synthetic leather and cottons to ...|
|In many ways these toys are works of art, to be kept far away from children's hands. They come from skilled craftsmen in Mozambique, Kenya, Malawi, Angola, Tanzania, the DRC, and South Africa. Most items are in smooth, polished wood, finished in beau...|
|Vlisco has a feast of waxed fabrics in colorful patterns and designs as well as garments made up in those fabrics. The shop has rolls of pure cotton fabrics from the Ivory Coast, Ghana and its holding company in Holland. You can choose from: men's ja...|