Cape Town Scarf_MCS
Cape Town Scarf_MCS
This piece was created in support of Generation Ubuntu, a non profit organization dedicated to improving the health and well-being of children living with HIV in South Africa.
The scarf is accompanied by a mini guide to the city based on our recommendations.
Digital print of Cape Town satellite map.
Material: 90% modal 10% cashmere with eyelash fringes.
Size: 42″ x 42″
Color: green and black
The Table Mountain overlooking Cape Town with its rock formation and green flora mixed with the aqua blue of the Atlantic Ocean was the inspiration for the Cape Town scarf. In an ever-changing city such as Cape Town, such a beautiful and long-standing landmark truly means a lot to its citizens. A portion of the proceeds will go towards Generation Ubuntu, a non-profit organization which supports children with HIV in South Africa.
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BECOME: A Cityzen of CAPE TOWN and……
VISIT: Table Mountain National Park, a natural world heritage site.
TASTE: What is described as the “rainbow “ cuisine due to the influences of Dutch, English, Cape Malay and Indian Settlers
ENJOY: The best spa in town at The One and Only Hotel in the Victoria; Alfred Waterfront after visiting the Market on the Wharf.
EAT: A Bobotie, a dish of Malay descent similar to a meatloaf with raisins and baked egg on top
LISTEN: To the voice of Mariam Makeba, a Grammy winner and a civil rights activist
SHOP: At Merchants On Long to find everything from unique fashion to perfume
REST: At Hout Bay, an extremely romantic and picturesque place to enjoy the Atlantic Ocean.
DRINK: Roasted coffee at Truth Coffee, one of the best places for breakfast
SLEEP: At the exquisite La Residence in Franschhoek, one of the best hotels in the world or stay at an airstream on the roof of The Grand Daddy
READ: The Modern Wineries of South Africa
HIKE: To Table Mountain for the sweeping and expansive views of Cape Town Or take the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
WATCH: Tsotsi, winner of 2006 Oscar about a teenage angst in modern South Africa
TAKE: The Revolution Route tour of Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for nearly 20 years