Not all people jet off to Cancun’s warmer climate to party it up when the winter season makes a turn. Sometimes the best events happen right in your hometown, you won’t even have to travel that far to put a smile on your face.
Lemme lay down some facts for ya. Winter isn’t gonna stop the good people of Cape Town from having a big fat jol. You don’t see R&B singers and the You Got Served crew dancing in the rain for nothing… if you’re gonna turn up, do it right. Introducing DRIZZLED, the sister event of the one and only SIZZLED, that’s gonna allow you to do just that.
Just beyond the castle walls on Boxing Day, the biggest summer party in Cape Town was taking place. Bass so loud, the hipsters a few blocks away actually took a break from doing things ironically. If that sounds like an over exaggeration, it probably is. But who would’ve thought that the historic Castle of Good Hope would transform into a summer-lovin’ party hub? I sure didn’t.
The sizzling festive season is here. This time of year, Cape Town transforms into a party hub, radiating that good summer energy. You know exactly what I mean: letting loose under the heat of the summer sun, drink in hand while you show off your best dance moves and absorb all the good vibes that the Mother City has to offer. Does this sound like something you’d like to do? If so, the SIZZLED Summer Music & Food Fest is the place to be this silly season.
I can only imagine that finding a wedding venue for your special day is a task of utmost importance, like finding the perfect TV show to watch before taking that first bite of food. It needs to be the embodiment of perfection… and you’ll settle for nothing less.
Black Gold’s dainty, minimalist jewellery pieces were made for the everyday woman and I couldn’t wait to see what the gorgeous pieces looked like in person. On the 17th of March 2016, I headed off to the invite-only launch of the Black Gold ‘Raven’ jewellery collection. The public could follow the event on social media with the hashtag ‘#blackgoldraven’.
Growing up with four older boys, I’ve always seemed to fall into whatever activities they did. Naturally, the music phase hit and I seemed to listen to everything that they listened to and ended up liking it. Picture a little girl with Pocahontas-like plaits, bobbing her head to rap beats. This best describes my childhood and I’m completely okay with that.