15 Sep 2022 Watershed’s new tenants have opened just in time for the summer season, offering you ways to update your wardrobe, refresh your home and even play with your kids. Visit these exciting stores that now call our unique local design destination their home. Kayla Stam Named after its founder, Kayla Stamboul, Kayla Stam is a fashion brand that celebrates the smart, sophisticated and stylish city woman. Kayla first attended Spero Villioti Elite Design Academy, where she focused on couture. She then graduated from Lisof Design & Retail Academy, learning about commercial fashion. Kayla Stam was founded to make high-end fashion accessible to everyday modern women, offering quality ready-to-wear, office and occasion wear. Ogūn Ogūn is a menswear and accessories brand that is passionate about quality and functionality, the classic and the modern. It blends traditional menswear, workwear and outdoor pieces, all inspired by a life in the Mother City. The brand’s traditional manufacturing techniques (the owners visit its manufacturing partners weekly and are connected to the process) and its locally sourced and sustainable materials make its garments fit like a dream. Duck Duck Goose Duck Duck Goose is a multi-brand store that is home to a curation of independently owned South African fashion and lifestyle brands, including Good Good Good and some of SA’s hottest fashion designers. The store celebrates beautiful, thoughtful design and culture. Envirokid This luxury South African toy brand boasts modern designs made in natural materials. The toys are designed for outdoor, creative play, encouraging children to engage with nature. Envirokid products are not only beautiful – the brand tries its best to use raw, environmentally conscious materials as far as possible, and likes to combine wood, leather and steel to create products built to last. Sanga Collection The authentic cowhide products that Sanga Collection manufactures are all handmade to the highest quality. Its range includes handbags, boots, footwear, belts, cushions, guitar straps and more, with no two products ever looking exactly the same due to the nature of the natural material. Sew Hooked The mother and daughter behind Sew Hooked have brought a modern twist to traditional crocheting. Their business empowers, upskills and uplifts women in local communities, teaching them how to crochet from scratch and giving them work to fulfil orders. Sew Hooked’s chunky yarn is made from locally recycled fabric, and its collection ranges from rugs and baskets to bags and clothing.