In the beginning

Posted in: Styling Portfolio Dec 12 2012

A journey to Bangkok for Khaya Sibiya and Bianca Miles spurred immense motivation to start PUNK & IVY. We where astounded by the simplicity and freedom of running a Mobile business- where all industries from Food to Bar services where operated out of a mobile set up
(insert photo of the beetle bar attached)

…we had an idea

How do we combine our drive and passion for Music, Personal Styling, shopping, Vintage Cars, Androgynous Fashion and being African into a profitable Mobile boutique Motique- that would break the dynamics for consumer shopping in South Africa?
Punk And Ivy Motique (insert a TM sign here as we have trademarked the word)

that gave birth to…

We build our vision for the business based on mobility, effortless style affordability and accessibility. The Motique will hit the roads of Jozi as of February 2013- using every possible targeted Consumer events, brand partnerships and regional community gathering spots to trade at.

And so it is
Best fit, Napal Leathers, Pure Cottons, great Tailoring and the best service on offer.
In the last 5 weeks we have produced garments for
Channel O Head of Programming Solly Moeng
Lungile Radu for Miss SA 2012

Our range of garments, jewellery, accessories, shoes and S/S collection will all be available to purchase. Bespoke Tailoring will be our core focus for 2013.

Until then, we are taking orders for events coming up in early 2013- you need some wardrobe updates?
Why not give us a ring +2784 740 2418 or bianca@punkandivy.com
and we will hook you up.

Stay safe this holiday!

Khaya & Bianca