For our latest editorial, titled "it's Zef," we take you to South Africa. Cape Town, a city with a burgeoning fashion and creative scene, serves as the backdrop for our shoot.

Models are seen wearing a mix of FW15 and SS16 pieces - some of them easily accessible, while others more limited in their run. From brands like Vans, Nike and adidas to Young & Lazy, City Hunter and Zara Man, "It's Zef" runs the gamut of streetwear styles.

To see more in-house editorials, check out "Homebase," shot in the sunny locale of Los Angeles.

  • Photography:Andrea Olivo @ Auraphoto Agency
  • Styling:Gavin Collins @ Hero Creative Management
  • Hair & Make-up:Suaad Dawood @ One League
  • Models:Sanele @ Doss Models Cape Town & Kayrin @ Fan Jam Cape Town
  • Special Thanks:Baseline Skate shop, A-Store, Merchants on Long & AKJP Collective

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