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  • Silly season is twilly-season; here is some pre-holiday newness for you!

    The end of the year is fast approaching and we are enjoying being out and about, planning our holiday wardrobe and making Christmas gift lists. We're delighted to introduce 4 new twilly designs. View Post
  • The Scarf Before the Sun

    Although it feels like the South African summer has swooped in and is here to stay, we know that there's always one last cold bite, or at least a cool wind, to catch us off guard. So before we embrace the summer sun and all it's glorious rays of warmth with open arms and excited hearts, we're mak... View Post
  • Lucky in Love with Lucy

    Lucy Jane Turpin is part of the first group of artists to collaborate with us, and now the time has come for our collaboration to come to a close... View Post
  • A Sophisticated Gifting Stash

    If there’s one thing I know for sure it’s that everyone needs a good gifting stash. You know what I’m talking about, right?Every home has one, but not all gifting stashes include the je ne sais quoi they deserve. And that's where we come in.  View Post
  • Daily Journaling for Better Living

    I'm sure we've all got many examples of people in our life mentioning a great revelation, or grateful feeling after having journaled. I've been journaling religiously for the last five years, and it's safe to say that journaling has been one of the best additions to my life. This is why... View Post
  • Ten Feet Shoes x Wanderland Collective

    Along with the talented Zhi Zulu, we have teamed up with Ten Feet Shoes who have created a limited edition shoe incorporating Zhi's Leopard Ebony & Ivory illustration. View Post
  • Wanderland Collective and Renée Rossouw's 'Line Drought'

    It is with much delight and excitement that we officially introduce artist designer and multi-talented collaborator, Renée Rossouw's "Line Drought" series into the Wanderland Collective range of scatter cushions. View Post
  • Renee Rossouw Reflects Life & Inspires Change

    Line Drought was a series of 7 charcoal pencil drawings made during the height of the Cape Town drought in 2017.  I drew non stop for 2 days, almost speechless.” View Post