Haircare brand Stylin’ celebrates local Creative Conquerors

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This collection of creatives embodies Stylin’s ethos of using art and self-expression to reshape the world.

Owning your individuality, styling your story and encouraging and celebrating those who stand out in their own way – this is what Stylin’ is all about.

Popularly known as Stylin’ Dredz, this leading haircare range is designed specifically for those who wish to style their hair in trendy twists, locks or fros. Made for maintaining and styling a range of different hair types, Stylin’ products give people the opportunity to both care for their hair and express themselves through styles that embody freedom of choice and exemplifies individuality.

Cool creatives

In 2018 Stylin’ introduced The Creative Conquerors – a collective of creatives in various disciplines who have paved successful careers for themselves by doing what they love. They celebrate their unique identities and originality and use their art, self-expression and creativity to help reshape the world.

The South African creative industry has seen a resurgence of expression and a celebration of artistic inspiration. Artists are sharing uniquely local stories through their works, showcasing the rich history, heritages and cultures of the country and continent at large.

Stylin’ is committed to providing platforms and extensions of support to such individuals, helping nurture their talents and businesses in real ways that make a difference in an industry that often face challenges

Who are the Creative Conquerors?

These young artists are rebellious, expressive, unique and do not conform to norms. The conquerors include household names such as: 

  • David Tshabalala
  • Oscar Ncube
  • Lufuno Sathekge
  • Lady X
  • DJ Doowap
  • Leeroy Jason
  • Karabo Poppy
  • Big Zulu
  • Nikiwe Dlova
  • Max Mogale
  • Boipelo Khunou
  • Enhle Gebashe
  • Charly Makwanya.

Through celebrating creative expression, they have paved the way for young artists to come up in various creative fields.

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