SA Home Owner Magazine

3 May

How lovely to be featured in the always inspiring SA Home Owner magazine April 2017! Thank you so much for the interview and supporting my small textile brand…take a look at the article below or read the online version on SA Home Owner.

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Slow Style – feature in the Weekend Argus

12 Aug

What a great little feature Cloth and Print received in the Weekend Argus this past Saturday! If you didn’t catch it, you’ll find the PDF of the interview and pics from the newspaper below…

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feature on House and Leisure

1 Apr

Great article on House and Leisure! Thank you so much for featuring Cloth and Print.


You know you’re talking to a true textile designer when her first confession is: ‘I have a weakness for beautiful textiles and adore the texture of good fabric.’

It’s this passion that drives Megan Smith to create the handmade items for her relatively young label Cloth and Print. But it’s not just a focus on the material object which makes Megan’s products stand out. Her designs are deeply influenced by personal and cultural experiences, making them relatable beyond just a pretty object.

‘The story behind the design is often the most interesting part of a print. It gives complexity to a pattern and tells a tale beyond the surface of a textile print,’ she explains of her Heirloom range, which includes seven textile designs used to make a range of items such as bags, cushion covers and even a clever origami purse.

feature on Visi Magazine

6 Mar

Cloth and Print is delighted to have been featured on Visi Magazine this week…SA’s most beautiful magazine! Click the image to be whisked off to the full article!


Emerging Creatives + Cloth and Print

5 Mar

Welcome to Cloth and Print! It’s been an unbelievably busy but incredibly inspiring start to the year. I’m thrilled at the positive response I received at the Emerging Creatives 2016 exhibition of which I was proudly a part of. My handmade textile collection Cloth and Print was selected as one of the 40 young creatives from around South Africa, across diverse design and architectural disciplines, to exhibit as part of the massively influential Design Indaba. Wow. I’m still pinching myself from receiving the news and the past few weeks have been a roller-coaster of busyness. But I did it and launched my Heirloom Collection at the Emerging Creatives Design Indaba 2016 exhibition.