At an evening filled with delicious sparkling wine, delectable sushi, divine music and drop-dead gorgeous celebrities, Nelson Mandela Square played host last week to the launch of the spring/summer edition of Dossier magazine.
It was a perfect strategic fit for the management to commission Mia Zievogel to photograph the new fashion and food guide for Nelson Mandela Square and to position it within the pages of this very stylish and ground-breaking glossy.
The concept not only offers the reader an exquisitely photographed guide to the many restaurants and fashion stores available in the square, but a fabulous magazine which features an amazing travel log and an array of innovative South African individuals, portrayed as they have never before been seen. The magazine is cutting edge, sophisticated and unusual, just like the shopping centre itself.
The fusion of global cuisine offers a vast selection of fine South African wines and the opportunity to dine outdoors.
Nelson Mandela Square is also home to fabulous art galleries, florists, health and beauty outlets, speciality stores and hotels and Dossier is one of South Africa's most exciting fashion magazines.
It focuses on the incredible creative talent in our country, from fashion designers and stylists to artists and features actors, models and musicians in unusual and provocative settings, styled by the most gifted stylists.
Nelson Mandela Square is proud to be featured in the pages of this remarkable publication.
Ed Hardy: Worn by the likes of Madonna and, locally, Christina Storm and Lee-Anne Liebenberg, the Ed Hardy label funks up the grunge rock look with rhinestones, sequins, flocking and tattoo-art. Truly stylish casual clothing for the hip and funky.
Pulsate: Sexy masculine and feminine clothing for trendy young fashionistas who like to be seen in the latest fashion items without having to break the bank.
Sun Goddess: Founded seven years ago by South African husband-and-wife design team of Thando and Vanya Mangaliso. The label is gaining widespread acclaim as one of SA's best known and well-respected designers. They market their original creations from this Afro-funky store.