RICH MNISI (@rich_mnisi) — Ready-to-wear brand from Johannesburg, South Africa
The beautiful @estheradjoa wearing @rich_mnisi & @kidsofthediaspora for APPEAR b
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The beautiful @estheradjoa wearing @rich_mnisi & @kidsofthediaspora for APPEAR by @fashionafricanow directed by @selassiethetrd shot by @klaus_norris_nather 🚀🚀🚀
13.08.2018 07:46:14
@ciara wearing RICH MNISI LOOK 12 from NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER for her project FREA
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@ciara wearing RICH MNISI LOOK 12 from NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER for her project FREAK ME shot by @trevor_stuurman 🚀🚀🚀
11.08.2018 10:22:43
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@joshuadedeji_ wearing our RICH MNISI Faux Leather White Tiger Coat featured in
@joshuadedeji_ wearing our RICH MNISI Faux Leather White Tiger Coat featured in a story titled Native for @nataalmedia styled & shot by @iamdanielobasi 🚀🚀🚀
01.08.2018 08:28:36
Our RICH MNISI Ben Jumpsuit featured on the latest issue of @marieclairesa shot
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Our RICH MNISI Ben Jumpsuit featured on the latest issue of @marieclairesa shot by the brilliant @xx_niquita_xx styled by our beloved @tarryno hair by the talented @urban_mimz 🚀🚀🚀 Print By @rich_mnisi x @ben_eagle_studio
31.07.2018 12:53:39
Our RICH MNISI Faux Leather White Tiger Coat featured on the latest issue of @ma
Our RICH MNISI Faux Leather White Tiger Coat featured on the latest issue of @marieclairesa shot by the brilliant @xx_niquita_xx styled by our beloved @tarryno hair by the talented @urban_mimz 🚀🚀🚀
31.07.2018 10:47:22
Nyara Abouch wearing our RICH MNISI ZEBRA COAT featured on the latest issue of @
Nyara Abouch wearing our RICH MNISI ZEBRA COAT featured on the latest issue of @ellesouthafrica shot by @jonathan_kope styled by @dimejialara 🚀🚀🚀
18.07.2018 12:48:28
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‪When Music meets fashion!‬
‪Just another day of creating Magic for @Nasty_csa i
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‪When Music meets fashion!‬ ‪Just another day of creating Magic for @Nasty_csa in collaboration with @nicholasvries. We hope you are ready for the big reveal at the #AxePartyOfTheYear#FindYourMagic#StringsandBling‬
16.07.2018 14:30:18
RICH MNISI profiled on @elleindiaofficial as 1 of “5 African Brands to Love Righ
RICH MNISI profiled on @elleindiaofficial as 1 of “5 African Brands to Love Right Now” 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿 thank you @industrieafrica
13.07.2018 14:11:26
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 1 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
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NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 1 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Hat: @therealcrystalbirch x @rich_mnisi Credits: Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @anyonasola
09.07.2018 07:00:52
We’re honoured to announce that both our NWA-MULAMULA Chaise and Stool will be e
We’re honoured to announce that both our NWA-MULAMULA Chaise and Stool will be exhibited at the @southernguildgallery booth at @thesalonny, which runs in New York City from 8-12 November 2018. If you’re interested in finding out more about the fair, go to https://www.thesalonny.com #nwamulamula#unearthingherstory Every November The Salon Art + Design welcomes the world's finest international galleries exhibiting historical, modern and contemporary furniture, groundbreaking design and late 19th through 21st century art. Visitors will find classic designs by the great international 20th century masters, as well as creative works by today's most innovative young artists. From classic and abstract antiquities to Art Nouveau, Deco, Mid Century Modern and the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s culminating in the latest work of emerging masters, The Salon showcases global material for every taste. The Salon’s success is predicated on the quality of its galleries and the material they exhibit. Few fairs today include the range of both fine and decorative arts found at The Salon. Acknowledging the intent of collectors and interior designers to create environments rather than simply amass objects, the Salon exhibitors are chosen for their precise and creative way of presenting material that both predicts and reflects trends in the international culture of living. Ultimately, The Salon is curated on the premise that collectors and designers insist on a vibrant, uncommon array of styles, materials, and periods as long as the quality is impeccable. Produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates
09.07.2018 06:31:22
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NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 2 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 2 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @dylanwentzel315
05.07.2018 12:38:45
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 3 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
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NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 3 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Print: @ben_eagle_studio x @rich_mnisi Credits: Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @anyonasola
04.07.2018 07:05:49
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 4 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
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NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 4 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Bag: @Thaliastrates x @rich_mnisi Credits: Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @anyonasola
04.07.2018 07:04:12
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 5 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
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NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 5 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Hat: @therealcrystalbirch x @rich_mnisi Credits: Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @anyonasola
04.07.2018 07:02:55
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NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 6 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 6 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @dylanwentzel315
03.07.2018 11:30:11
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 7 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 7 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @dylanwentzel315
03.07.2018 11:23:00
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 8 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
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NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 8 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @dylanwentzel315
03.07.2018 10:56:25
NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 9 – Looking for Mother

She is a sacred, powerful and
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NWA-MULAMULA: MOTHER LOOK 9 – Looking for Mother She is a sacred, powerful and spiritual component of my being - although she rests as a guardian in an ancestral realm, her spirit, lessons and sacrifices have defied temporal limitations and this is why for our Trans-seasonal ‘18 lookbook we explore the ancestral realm looking for her love. Mothers are the cornerstone of African family structures. From generation to generation, mothers are revered to be fierce protectors, like a lioness to her cubs. They birth nations and carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They are the supreme representation of love, bravery and strength. They are the ones known to hold a knife’s edge at the sharpest point. Their fortitude and personality traits are reincarnated through their children, their children’s children and lineage of loved ones who are likened to them. They are the timeless teachers of life and custodians of a centre of family rituals, customs and knowledge. When they crossover to live among the stars that overlook their own, their memory remains only in word; preserved through endearing stories told around a living room. Thus our matriarchs have continuously been erased or underrepresented in the patriarchal centre of memory and in the androcentric etymology of words that shape culture like “history” – from the greek word histor - meaning old wiseman. My ethereal connection to her manifests in the form of where I draw inspiration. NWA-MULAMULA is my artistic muse. As the centre of my current inspiration, herstory is a universal story of keeping memory alive. She is a symbolic representation of African mothers in all their glory that has been lost in time, undocumented and buried in the depths of our hearts. Hat: @therealcrystalbirch x @rich_mnisi Credits: Director/Photographer - @ricardosimal Videographer - Ross Hillier Video Assistant - @lightnin_bertman Make-up Artist - @nandikai Prosthetic Artist - @ashley_alexander_powell Model - @anyonasola
03.07.2018 06:49:11
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