Born Bar was established by two young creatives with the vision of designing a kids clothing label that is gender neutral and aim to source natural materials for the clothing, accessories and nursery items.
While, if shopping for something unique, Haraz kids range offers only 10 items per colour per item.
In honour of Youth Month, Locally Yours Market will host local author Olwam Mnqwazi who recently launched his book, Writing The Way: Lessons Conversations I Wish to Have With You.
Olwam has previously led a number of youth initiatives such as Fruits of Democracy, InkuluFreeHeid and South African Youth Council to name a few.
In 2018, he was awarded the Top Achiever Award in the category of Special Sector for Youth Development by Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality.
Olwam was one of the 2015 Mail Guardian 200 Young South Africans.
The book focuses on the human internal complexities in relation to social dynamics. It is a critique on society as we know it, and it also introduces some philosophical discussions and suggests new ways of approaching life.
Olwam will be at the market to engage with shoppers and sign purchased copies of this intriguing publication.
Previous popular market stalls will still be found alongside new and will present new products among firm favourites.
A refreshing range of men’s beauty products from Bash Soap company, a printed range of “Super Hero” block mounted prints from Munro’s, lighting designs from Steam Lighting and a new collection of handcrafted