Women’s Day Workshop

Looking back on this year, looking back on your life, have you achieved what you set out to achieve?

If you haven’t, it’s not too late. We believe that the best way to predict your future, is to create it.

Whether you’re wanting to start your own business or a new career, want to supercharge your creative soul, or connect with like-minded women and celebrate your originality, this experience is set to leave you invigorated and ready to take the plunge.

Join us this Women’s Month for a fabulous female-fueled morning and get inspired to do exactly that, as we welcome four incredible women that took the leap and want to show you how to do it too!

To make matters even more delectable, enjoy bubbles from Krone, beautiful snacks, and a stunning secret surprise to take home!


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Recognised as a Mail & Guardian Top 200 Young South Africans to Watch and World Economic Forum Global Shaper, Ezlyn Barends is an ambitious, highly organized and dynamic self-starter.

With over 10 years of professional experience spanning strategic planning, business development, marketing and social entrepreneurship, Ezlyn possesses a unique set of skills and diverse experience that enables a strong and broad business perspective. She has extensive experience in creating and driving high-performance teams whilst delivering bottom-line benefits and is widely recognised for innovative approaches to problem-solving and exceptional leadership skills.

Past experience ranges from Key Account Management for global multinational firms to social entrepreneurial ventures with an exceptional track record of building brands and organisational capabilities. Acknowledged as an effective change leader and for strong collaboration with business partners, commitment to quality and mentoring of young talent. Ezlyn holds a Bachelors in Business Administration, an MBA which she gained in the UK and a Certificate in Impact Investing from Oxford University.


ANA KUNI is Ukrainian-born artist currently working in beautiful Cape Town. Her art is blooming with feminine energy, inviting the viewer to tap into unknown and experience constantly moving and ever-changing world of her main character-Warrior Woman. Ana describes her main subject as a Peaceful Warrior-conscious, compassionate, creative being living in harmony with the inner and outside world.

Ana creates original art, murals, limited edition art on metal and custom-made denim jackets. The idea behind her work is to spread a message of conscious living and integrate it into different societies by painting on the streets, introducing clothing items with powerful messages and promote collaborative, non-competitive existence through workshops.

Ana has traveled the world with her art introducing it through art shows and public art presentations in Cape Town, London, around Sweden and Ukraine. She aims to attract like-minded conscious businesses for future collaborations to extend it further to eco-friendly mindful and peaceful co-existence.


Claire Thomson is a professional photographer and entrepreneur who has a passion for breaking the Beauty Ideal we see in today’s media and most communication with women all over the world. She documents real women and shares their stories of self-love struggles and journeys. She also educates high school girls on how to celebrate their quirks rather than buying into the image of perfection. Claire has created a community where women build up other women and rally together to heal their own self-image and in turn pass this on to their daughters and granddaughters alike.



Gabrielle is a Cape Town based art director and stylist.  She celebrates and documents South African landscapes and people in a very distinctive way.

Kannemeyer studied Fine Art at Michaelis in Cape Town and was introduced to various forms of expression such as painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, filmmaking, digital art, animation, typography, and drawing. She specialized in photography during her studies and enjoys utilizing a variety of creative expressions.

Working as a creative director in various mediums, she finds herself taking photographs, producing, styling, casting and art directing.  She also runs a co-creation studio with a team of creatives developing a collaborative mentorship program in Cape Town.