This is the practical component submitted in fulfilment of Laurelle Gardiner’s Bachelor of Technology Degree in Fashion. The dissertation study that sparked this fashion range explores the possibility of using street style fashion as a means of rebranding South African identity, and was motivated by the need for a more relevant and contemporary local fashion identity. In hopes of achieving a quirky, streetstyle feel, the range included a combination of self-designed garments and reworked second hand clothing. It aimed to represent the South Africa today, the South Africa that is described as a “potjie” or “stew” of culture. It’s warm and full of different ingredients and surprises, which has taken centuries to develop its unique and rich flavour.