|Me’Kasi. It’s who you are, it’s where you come from…no matter where that is.If you’re new to this, ‘Kasi’ means locasie, location, township style, South African style. Some people are made in “The Locations” and eclectic, funky, locasie style comes easy…others have to borrow a little, and Me’Kasi is for you too!Every Me’Kasi product you buy sends much-needed financial support to the Beth Uriel family, This Way Up and the projects in which they’re involved. That makes you a part of the good things going on here, so “mekasi sukasi”, you’re welcome anytime.Me’Kasi products are made at the Me’Kasi lab by the Me’Kasi team at the Beth Uriel house, Salt River, Cape Town. The Me’Kasi team is young and diverse and is made up of members of the Beth Uriel family. Its our way of helping ourselves and of being part of This Way Up. (The whole family is crazy about Me’Kasi. The Me’Kasi look says a lot about the BU family’s style).Take a look for yourself though… and thanks for your support!How to get our products: Come visit our shop at 289 Victoria Road, Salt River, Cape Town. If you live outside of Cape Town, why not come visit us anyway?! Otherwise, email us email@example.com and let us know what you’d like to order.|
| Medium weight, fleecy-lined in light grey, dark grey, chocolate brown, and black with screenprint Me’Kasi head motif in black or aqua.
Keep cool in a Me’kasi T. In orange, brown, and army green.
Get Me’Kasi styled in a fitted T. In orange, brown, white and more with Me’Kasi head motif in black or aqua.
Keep Me’Kasi style with Me’Kasi head burned into wood.
Get funky and chunky perspex keychains in black or red.
‘Hoopla’ style earrings in black or red perspex with silver hoops.
‘Head to head’ style earrings in black perspex.
No two bags alike…Yours is one of a kind, straight from Africa! We put together a stylish wooden cigar box, you choose from beads that are wooden, plastic resin, coloured clay or crystal and we will line the box bag with African fabric to match the beads you’ve selected.
Funk up/punk up your jeans, bag, cap or anything you wear with Me’kasi buttons. Buttons in This Way Up or Me’Kasi style.
Designed by two talented final year Dutch design students, Marleen van der Zanden and Kyra Meilink, the book tells the story of individual Beth Uriel family members through excellent photography and the guys’ own words. The design is fresh and edgy and its something that makes us all proud to be part of of the BU family. Highly recommended! Watch this space, there’s no end to our creativity!
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