In conversation with: LWANDO DLAMINI

In conversation with: LWANDO DLAMINI

We’re thrilled to announce the most recent addition to FIELDS’ collection of artist collaboration pieces with Lwando Dlamini. A visual artist who works between Cape Town and Johannesburg, Lwando’s artworks...
In Conversation with RENÉE ROSSOUW

In Conversation with RENÉE ROSSOUW

This month, we launch our fourth collection of artist collaboration pieces with Cape Town artist and architect, Renée Rossouw. For our theme this season, 'Finding Opportunity', Renée created a morning...
Catherine Holtzhausen artist collab

In Conversation with Catherine Holtzhausen

As part of our third collection, Be The Change, we teamed up with Cape Town-based collage artist and illustrator, Catherine Holtzhausen, to create an artwork that would resonate with this season. Catherine's works exhibit fantastical scenes that challenge hegemonic discourses by replacing them with visuals of connection and compassion.
Buhle Nkalashe Collaboration with FIELDS

In Conversation with BUHLE NKALASHE

Introducing painter and mixed-media artist, Buhle Nkalashe. Our first of two South African creators we have chosen to work with on our third collection: Be The Change. This contemporary artist is known for his large-scale portraits and abstract paintings which bring life to his current work; an exploration of how he sees the world and its possibilities. 
Interview with designer label boutique store owner for FIELDS

In Conversation with Sylvain Lance Pierre

Parisian-born retail expert and owner of Cape Town-based boutique Bastille, Sylvain Lance Pierre knows a thing or two about the ultimate shopping experience. We chat to him about the importance of selecting the right brands, what’s to come in the world of retail and of course, his love for FIELDS 
Artwork - Kim Van Vuuren - Designer Collaboration

In Conversation with Kim Van Vuuren

For our second collection, we reached out to visual artist and graphic designer Kim Van Vuuren to collaborate with us. As one of two South African creators we have chosen to work with on our Building Connections collection, Kim’s simple yet dramatic forms evoke a sense of wonder for the viewer.
Artwork - Lebohang Kganye - Designer Collaboration

In conversation with LEBOHANG KGANYE

For our second collection, we reached out to Johannesburg-based artist Lebohang Kganye to collaborate with us. As one of two South African creators we have chosen to work with on our Building Connections collection, Lebo sits amongst a new and exciting generation of contemporary photographers. 

Cape Town Graphic Designer Daniel Ting Chong

In conversation: DANIEL TING CHONG

Creative Director and Graphic Designer Daniel Ting Chong is no stranger to the language of successful branding, working with the likes of Nike, Puma and The New York Times. The creative mind behind the FIELDS visual identity talks about the importance of research in his work and his clothing choices.

Fashion Photographer Jonathan Kope

In conversation with JONATHAN KOPE

Photographer Jonathan Kope has been partnering with FIELDS from our brand’s inception. Here, we interview him on how he has chosen to create and define our visual identity, whilst simultaneously bringing a modern and refreshed approach to each season’s campaign imagery. He reveals to us his most important objectives when capturing fashion photography. 

Interior design by Lei Lester

In conversation with LEI LESTER

Designer and Retail Expert Lei Lester was tasked with transforming FIELDS headquarters into both our creative studio as well as our first store. The challenge was not only to create a place for people to try on and purchase garments, but more importantly to come and see, touch, feel and experience the FIELDS philosophy.
Cape Town Artist and gallery owner Michael Chandler

In Conversation with MICHAEL CHANDLER

For our first collection we were honoured to work with artist and gallery owner, Michael Chandler. Based in a must-visit 18th Century, Cape Georgian House in the heart of Cape Town’s bustling CBD, Chandler continues to surprise and delight his audience with his detailed and intricate work.