Margot Molyneux Cape Town
Art Deco feminism reigns supreme in this local womenswear boutique located on Cape Town’s bustling Roeland Street.
The store’s interior was designed by Margot’s husband’s company, South African design house ‘Framework’ and is the first bricks and mortar location for the brand since it was established in 2009. In opening the store, they are able to now interact face to face with their customers and host a space wherein the tactile nature of the clothing can be engaged with.
The store’s interior perfectly reflects the brand’s aesthetic of classic, feminine design. Soft, earthy tones balance with deep forest greens, rusty oranges and rich brass accents. A sustainably sourced pink travertine statement wall from Iran sets the perfect backdrop for the brands clothing. The Flos IC lights and the Poltrona 081 chairs in a deep rust by DimoreStudio act as striking design features to the store’s otherwise, soft, feminine fit out.
Having just celebrated its first birthday, Margot Molyneux’s Cape Town store has been lovingly embraced by a community of locals and international visitors. With surely more bricks and mortars to come, we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for her next venture.