VINTAGE TREASUREFashion . Special Feature
Working in Johannesburg has really been FUN and I am slowly but surely getting my way around. I LOVE visiting markets and shops that have bespoke clothing and jewellery and on my recent trip, I found REMINISCENE in Melville, Johannesburg. The range includes lacey dresses, beaded handbags and victorian pendants, broaches and necklaces. I
WHAT MY SKIN NEEDSBeauty
I have always worried about my skin and how I would look as I get older but thanks to my good genes and the fact that I do not smoke or drink, I am able to take care of my my skin with minimal products. My routine is therefore simple, cleanse, tone, moisturise and sunscreen.
Working in Johannesburg is not easy, the traffic is hectic and getting to a meeting on time is a big challenge but I guess my job has its positive side. I was invited to experience an AFRICOLOGY treatment today at The Maslow Hotel Spa. The hotel is so luxurious and the staff are all very
DANCING AT IT’S BESTTravel
The hit dance show “BURN THE FLOOR” opened yesterday at the Jo’Burg Theatre last night and my friends and I were invited to the spectacular, high energy dance extravaganza. The ballroom dance style is a celebration of life; it brings a message on the dance floor, whether the dancers are lovers, friends, strangers or rivals.
THE MERRY WIDOW of MALAGAWITravel
On Saturday night the 5th September I was invited to see this spectacular opera The Merry Widow of Malagawi at the Artscape theatre. Director Janice Honeyman gave this new production an upbeat and contemporary feel. The philharmonic orchestra was conducted by Tim Murray and music by Franz Lehar. It is a FUN musical