Inside the little alleyway past the Stellenbosch Art Gallery on your right and All things Good Cafe on your left, you’ll find a few new hidden gems.
Second Chances | Malaki
Sulinda Muller believes in giving second chances, not only to vintage clothing, but to people as well. In 2012 she founded the vintage store, Second Chances by Malaki and opened its doors to the Stellenbosch community. This unique second-hand clothing store has a vision of unity and women empowerment. Muller has recently opened another vibey clothing store a few doors down, Malaki, which specialises in local fashion – unique garments, handmade by strong women around South Africa.
A lovely art gallery and concept store right next door to Malaki. Here you’ll find a dynamic exhibition of art, furniture, dress and houseware.
When born-and-bred Stellenbosch resident, Surita Linde, was presented with the opportunity to open a beautiful cafe-styled coffee shop in the heart of the Rynelveld Plaza, she jumped at it.
“The space was previously a rather boring office space and a friends-and-family creative frenzy helped us open our doors three weeks later, during early March this year”. Linde wants it to be a “creative space and a place of collaboration”. She let us in on a little secret – workshops are coming to the space soon. You can also hire the space for special occasions.
Get in touch with her on: firstname.lastname@example.org