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When it opened its doors back in 2003, Johannesburg's 44 Stanley Avenue centre led a downtown retail revival. Today, this complex of restored red brick warehouses is home to many of the city's most creative young fashion talents, including Tiaan Nagel. Although just 27, Nagel, who studied at Johannesburg's London International School of Fashion, is already a veteran thanks to his early training with top local brand Marion and Lindie. His new 80 sq m flagship showcases his readytowear collections, as well as offering bespoke tailoring. Spare and roughedged, the loftlike space is decorated with antique photos and Dutchstyle plates reflecting the local history, as well as pieces salvaged from the city's scrapyards recycled wooden crates and drawers house a new Tshirt collection and leather belts produced with Missibaba. Also on sale are pieces by equally innovative designers Terra Plana and Paco Gil.
Shop G14, 44 Stanley Avenue
27.11 482 5012
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