Aza Rocks Local

#AzaRocksLocal: WoodiZ accessories

Founded in 2013 by Damian and Angela Goliath, WoodiZ presents natural, sustainable and fashionable woodcraft to the streets of Jozi. Azania saw their innovative designs using wood and she loved them so much she decided to feature the brand in the #AzaRocksLocal feature:

Check out some of the gorgeous wares that WoodiZ has to offer:

#AzaRocksLocal features "WoodiZ" this afternoon, all of their products include wood of some kind! Leather bags with wooden panels, sunglasses with wooden frames, caps with wooden bits on them and much more!

Posted by 702 on Monday, September 21, 2015

Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
Young designer braves fashion world to live his dream

Young designer braves fashion world to live his dream

Rich Mnisi, a young designer, talks about how he braved the uncharted world of fashion and sought means to succeed in it.

Designer defies odds to make looking great for less possible

Designer defies odds to make looking great for less possible

Nqobile Tshalata founded Dainty Frocks in 2011 after she was inspired by the response she received from family every time she wore nice outfits.

Butter Pudding melts mommies' hearts

Butter Pudding melts mommies' hearts

702's Azania Mosaka features kids clothing brand Butter Pudding in today's Aza Rocks Local. She said the collection melted her heart!

KuNa Clothing: Dressing the 'one of a kind' kid

KuNa Clothing: Dressing the 'one of a kind' kid

Shingai Nyagweta, CEO and director of KuNa Clothing, says the label is for parents who are dissatisfied with the bland "everyone has that" shopping options for their kids.

Hunadi Bespoke: Inspired by the African woman

Hunadi Bespoke: Inspired by the African woman

Form fitting and elegance in every garment is what distinguishes Hunadi Bespoke from the many others.

Azania has a new crush thanks to Bloss & Co.

Azania has a new crush thanks to Bloss & Co.

Azania has discovered bag designers, Bloss & Co. and she has fallen head over handbag in love!

Popular articles
[LISTEN] Court to rule if state should continue paying Zuma’s legal fees

[LISTEN] Court to rule if state should continue paying Zuma’s legal fees

Former president Jacob Zuma will hear on Thursday whether he will have to foot the bill for his corruption case.

How RMB went from 'too poor to buy a photocopier' to the largest bank in SA

How RMB went from 'too poor to buy a photocopier' to the largest bank in SA

Bruce Whitfield sat down with GT Ferreira, Laurie Dippenaar and Paul Harris, the inspirational founders of Rand Merchant Bank.

Pop-up bar creates awareness around drunk driving

Pop-up bar creates awareness around drunk driving

Aware.org took on a bold campaign that has made South Africans pay attention.

Popular shoe brand Vans ask Ackermans to remove "knock-offs" from shelves

Popular shoe brand Vans ask Ackermans to remove "knock-offs" from shelves

Vans' brand manager says although this is a recurring problem its main concern is that this particular "fake" is a very close copy.

 'Having a senior official call Lindiwe Sisulu a prostitute is undiplomatic'

'Having a senior official call Lindiwe Sisulu a prostitute is undiplomatic'

Mail & Guardian Africa editor Simon Allison says its undiplomatic for a Rwandan official to call Sisulu names.

[Watch the latest adverts] Do you agree? Chicken Licken is the boss of Nando’s!

[Watch the latest adverts] Do you agree? Chicken Licken is the boss of Nando’s!

Chicken Licken’s latest ad flame-grills the most recent one by Nando’s, says Nicholas Kühne of Wunderbrand.

'Evidence is solid. Poor people’s money was used illegally. Shivambu benefitted'

'Evidence is solid. Poor people’s money was used illegally. Shivambu benefitted'

Ray White interviews Pauli van Wyk, an investigative journalist with Scorpio at Daily Maverick.