Welcome to 44 Stanley Avenue

By: 44 Stanley  11-11-2011
Keywords: Fashion, Furniture

THE SHOPS AT 44 STANLEYThe stores at 44 Stanley Avenue have been carefully selected to offer the shopper a destination experience and something different to the standard idea of what a shopping centre should be.From European and Indian antiques, to hand crafted furniture. Hand-made African toys to art deco furniture and material. Flowers and garden goodies, patio furniture and everything to brighten your home, it's all to be found in the heart of Milpark.
Tin table is opening at Stanley soon..
African Mosaique is the brainchild of Anna Getaneh, a former acclaimed international model, a humanitarian and cultural entrepreneur. Based in Johannesburg it is an international enterprise that manufactures, promotes and exports high-end African inspired clothing and accessories. It does this while celebrating African fashion, art and culture. It was inspired by the relatively weak presence of direct African participation in leading fashion platforms in Europe and North America. The seasonal in-house collection uses fabrics that are sourced from around Africa. These fabrics both industrial and hand loom are crafted through techniques new and old, such as dying, weaving and embroidery and created into contemporary African inspired ready-to-wear and couture clothing line. The boutique also carries the label of other high-end African Inspired designers
A supplier of 18th and 19th century regional furniture as well as handcrafted reproductions of the same. The company designs and custom-manufactures classic and contemporary furniture for the home, such as libraries, kitchens, dining-, bed - and bathrooms. They also provide a turnkey service in interior design and decoration, including supply of accessories and objets d'art.
A sensory delight. Once inside, a dream unfolds into visions of exotic blooms, objets and desires. A personal collection of beautiful vignettes is on display: Inspirations of the moment, seasonal flowers, glorious scented candles, precious gifts from the ends of the earth. The natural world remains our foremost inspiration and guide. Organic glamour best describes our style and the inspiration behind our product development. A small and eclectic range of homeware is always on display. As a colour magician and party designer, Atomic Orchid is in constant demand for many A-list functions.
Crafts Unlimited Shop is a creation by Eunice Mothetho-Rooi and Priscilla Nyoni in celebration of African creativity and craftsmanship. Crafts Unlimited was established to showcase top quality craft pieces by top quality makers from South Africa and beyond. The shop features a fabulous range of accessories, beadwork, jewellery, ceramics, telephone wire items, textiles. We also keep an eye on what's new, so you always find something new when you visit. Come and view a representative work of South Africa's rich, vibrant and creative culture. Visit us; Shop G5A 44 Stanley Avenue Milkpark Johannesburg Shop Tel: + 27 (0) 11 4829409
DOKTER AND MISSES, an outlet for contemporary South African design, offers homeware and fashion ' from ceramics to lighting and furniture, to designer vests, jewellery and stationery, as well as trademark cardboard purses and satchels. It's a playground for shoppers. You could walk out with a great gift or a statement furniture piece. Stocking Adriaan Hugo, Joe Paine, DOKTER AND MISSES ranges, and a range of music and publications diversity of product makes the store like its own little neighbourhood an urban meets suburban nook designed for discovery.
Decade / Wasteland is a vintage interior shop specialising in mid-century furniture. The store is a partnership between Decade and Wasteland and is showcasing designs from mainly the 50s, 60s and 70s. The aim of the store is to make design accessible to everyone with a unique, individual style and an eye for quality. The Scandinavian style of furniture is the main focus of the shop with a consistent supply of new stock coming in on a weekly basis. The shop also has a large variety of smaller vintage decor items in glass, stainless steel, wood and plastic to adorn most homes.
Adam Levin
UNIT G14C 44 STANLEY AVENUE, Braamfontein Werf
ATHOLL SQUARE, cnr Katherine & Wierda Rds, Sandton, JOHANNESBURG
TEL +27 11 726 8865 0r 883 3331 Or 021 421 0401
MOBILE +27 73 232 1920
Welcome to the Global Homeware Store. Author and traveler Adam Levin sources and develops unusual, rustic, ornate, witty, functional and decorative items from around what has become a tiny but magical planet. The variety of beautiful South and Pan-African products for sale and in development blend with the finest and rarest from Indonesia, Morocco, Vietnam, Thailand, India and Ethiopia, with one criterion in mind' delicious. We combine soulful and sexy collections of furniture, home-ware, jewelry and accessories. And we so love to surprise you. Keep it global. Keep it now. Decorate. Use. Enjoy.
Justine Robertson
011 482 9836
A women's clothing boutique that stocks handpicked, contemporary South African designers. Owner, Justine Robertson sources garments with individual yet wearable style. The shop's name is derived from Justine's name, playing on the various ways the word 'just' can be used; 'just beautiful' and 'just basic'. Just opened in April 2004 and is located at the entrance of 44 Stanley Ave. The shop stocks Superella, Hermanna Rush, Miss Scarlett, Psychic, Two, Minx, Love Jozi amongst others. Pop into this light, airy, relaxed space for lovers of beautiful clothing.
A corner of old France, from king's palaces to peasant barns and nostalgia will inspire you when walking through the ancient doors of la Basse-Cour. The ambience combines crystal chandeliers, timber-clad walls, hung with ancient doors and shutters, gilded mirrors, embroidered linen curtains, paintings and lacquered prints, traditional town and country furniture. A mezzanine floor is packed with decorative items; crockery, glassware, pewterware and ceramics. Two walls of door and window furniture from France's m aster ironmongers and the courtyard, with it's wrought iron arbours, gates and lights completes this uniquely French experience. www.bassecour.co.za
Wolf Weinek
072 617 7343
Passionate readers, collectors and book lovers will find a well-selected variety o f books o n t he arts, African history, biography, natural history, photography and children’s books. It has been said, “Reading is one of the most rewarding of human activities, even as the book is surely the most remarkable and life-enhancing of all human inventions.” Visit us and discover that halfmens is an endangered species of trees, that a ‘blushing bride’ is a protea and that Harry and Beatrix Potter are not related. Let Dr. Seuss, Herman Charles Bosman, Douglas Adams, Andy Warhol and JR Tolkien welcome you.
Lulu Baily is an artist who had a dream of owning a shop that would allow for a broader expression of creativity. Lucky Fish opened five years ago as a fusion of trading store and bazaar with classic luxurious comfort. The shop's antique cabinets and a shifting array of beautiful furniture house all sorts of interesting odds and ends. Lulu stocks a wide range gleaned from antique markets and high street shops in India. An eccentric mix of furniture, lamps,cushions,clothing,toys and china come from as far afield as Sri Lanka, Spain, France and Argentina.
One of South Africa's leading fashion brands with a strong environmental ethos. The flagship store at 44 Stanley Ave is a source of inspirational fashion and lifestyle products in natural and organic materials. You will find anything from a simple organic cotton to hand crafted, recycled dresses, wooden objects to wild silk and hand felted bed throws. Expect pure style.
Jan Bekker
011 726 2365
After studying and working in the jewellery trade for a number of years, Jan Bekker started Sirkel Jewellery in 2006, inspired by the idea of making jewellery personal again. Every piece of jewellery from Sirkel is handmade; every corner and curve carefully considered. Most of the pieces are custom-designed with and especially for individual clients. Every piece is distinctive and carries the personal input of its wearer or the person giving it. All precious metals are used, including platinum, gold and silver, as well as wood and plastics. Age-old techniques are used: this is a conscious choice to avoid modern mass manufacturing methods. At Sirkel each piece of work is truly unique.
Styling Concepts
Fashion Press Office and PR
Tel: 011 482-7528
Fax: 086 648-2227
Religion is an East London original that’s bringing some authentic British grunge to Johannesburg. Religion is a high-end brand that is devoted to the pursuit of individual style. Created in the 90s, as a niche t-shirt range, it firmly rooted itself in early club culture with it’s blend of anarchic graphics. It quickly grew into a full commercial collection with it’s fearless policy of experimenting with design techniques, washes and trends and is now at the forefront of the international fashion and media industry. The brand enjoys an audience with musicians, fashion aficionados and trend led youths alike who recognise and relate to its street-inspired signature.
Vendange is a retail concept themed around food, wine and olive oil accessories. We also supply an extensive range or ceramics, glassware and some furniture.
Vintage Cowboys
"Vintage Cowboys" is every eagle-eyed and aspirant collector's answer to a prayer. Colin Davids and Roy Jones' plums only, anything goes emporium will save you precious time and petrol too. From stylish talking-point pieces of yesterday's furniture, to classic d'cor-related objects and must have curiosities ' whether functional or otherwise ' they're all there. Ready and waiting for the likes of you! And if yours isn't found, these accommodating guys could well plunder their own private collections, or even those of hip collector friends, in order to make your latest whim a reality. You can also arrange to test drive a sublimely-new 'Vespa Scooter' whilst enjoying this exceptional space.
Wyatt Hairdressing
Candice Wyatt-Minter
011 482 6111
Aiming to be a completely sustainable Beauty salon which has zero-impact on the environment, Wyatt Hairdressing creates an experience for clients that is unmatched by other hair salons. The minimalist interior design is based on a science laboratory, cleverly using medical furniture and clean lines to create a peaceable setting. By never double-booking, Wyatt allows each client the full attention they deserve in a relaxed atmosphere, where they often arrive early to sit and read from an array of international magazines, enjoy great organic coffee, while chatting and networking with other creative industry professionals.
44 Stanley Ave, Milpark, JHB, 2001 | Tel: 011-482 4444 | Fax 011-482 3134

Keywords: Fashion, Furniture