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Cherry Picc’d: What My Boyfriend Wore

Our cherry picc’d blog this week, What My Boyfriend Wore, comes to you from the wildly beautiful Cape Town, South Africa. And you best know that blogger, Sergio Ines, definitely has some crazy style if he can compete with one of the most scenic countries in the world. “My girlfriend at the time loved documenting my outfits and started putting them up on Instagram, it became so popular that I started this blog. Now, it’s all about fashion for normal men,” says the exceedingly dapper Capetonian on his blog. From blazers to lapel pins, restaurants to top travel destinations, Sergio definitely covers all you need to know to stay at the top of the gentleman’s game. Oh, and the photography is to die for. So if you’re looking for a place to get the skinny on all things manly and fancy, What My Boyfriend Wore is the blog for you. Here are…

Cherry Picc’d: P.S. I’m On My Way

We’re traveling around the world with this week’s cherry picc’d, P.S. I’m On My Way. Started by Trisha Velarmino from the Philippines, P.S. I’m On My Way is the story of a girl who wanted to see the world. “The first time I studied abroad in Italy, I told myself that I will travel the world. So, I quit my job in the Fashion Industry and just left without a plan,” says Trisha. Which, if you’ve ever backpacked or worked overseas, is terrifying. And even more so if you’re a girl going solo. Trisha, with the help of guest bloggers and travelers alike, explores what it means to work abroad, how to go about traveling safely, what options are available for someone wanting to work overseas, and more importantly, how to just run with the inevitable crises that every traveler has to deal with. Above all it’s about empowering people to take the…

Piccing opens its Cape Town Office!

We are excited to share the news! We have just moved into the Woodstock Exchange in Cape Town, South Africa. The opening of the office will see the start to a new chapter in Piccing’s life, based in the tech and start-up hub of Africa. The Woodstock Exchange, being the creative and studio centre, is also the perfect environment for further collaborations with designers and artists whom can showcase their awesome products and designs on our Piccing platform.  Our official welcome can be read here on the official website of the Woodstock Exchange. In lieu of one of our Swedish co-founders, Nikolaj Zethraeus, we were inspired by the Swedish minimalist style and kept the furnishings white, clean and bright. Here is a sneak peek into our new home…

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