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ish creative activity across a range of internet platforms, including Hypebeast, Quarter, Daily Beast and Complex.
“And I thought, how come I’m in the heart of Cape Town and I’m not hearing about fellow young black creatives anywhere? I was thinking, how can we do this? Let’s show what we can do… there has to be a way.”
At that time, his mother had started her own fashion brand, Khetkhum, and Phiri had a hand in getting her merchandise into Long Street shops. But he kept thinking there had to be something more, something bigger.
That was when he and Anzuluni teamed up to establish a