December 6, 2011
December 5, 2011
Taking Sportswear to the streets of New York City, London, Tokyo, Shanghai, Rio de Janerio and Los Angeles, the Look Of Sport journey continues and makes it's turn to South Africa. A creative group of young athletes shared their favourite local spots while styled in product from our Summer Of Sport Style collection.
We spent some time with Wandi Zondo, an avid runner & Thesis store manager located in heart of Soweto. A soft spoke guy Wandi is not your average runner, at the crack of dawn he's up ready to claim the streets his own. Running is not only Wandile's chosen sport but it is his way of life. It enables him to push the limits whether he's on the track, managing the Thesis Concept Store & being part of the Thesis Social Jam Crew. Check out what Wandi gets up to in his daily schedule and the extra ingredient that makes him stand above all. Simply a man of many talents, Wandile Zondo is Always On.
Check out the video here: http://youtu.be/cMAmTuVVUX0
December 2, 2011
back in december 2008
Back in 2010 & Public Enemy made a suprise visit. Flavour Flav & Chuck D even gave us a great performance. So a lot of people paid 20 bucks to see them. how about that?!
We have been at it for sometime now. And its been a lot of hard work, closed doors & some opened. We got involved in great projects through out the years. We love what these jams are about. They represent the hood; the streets & everything that’s great about Soweto. It’s the new voice of the strange & the good. The life of us: its people! All Djs that played at the jams were specific choices. You guys came knowing the protocol. All your sets were well appreciated & never made us stand still; you keep the jams going every; single 1st Sunday of the month. Know that if you made an impression on the decks: you will definitely get a call back next year & that’s for real.
The bands were good & bad, but mostly enjoyed the good ones; well for obvious reasons. The melodies that flowed through the crowd like ghostly spirits: made the hairs on our backs stand. The sing-a-longs had the crowds performing to you. Those mesmerizing bridges that had us watching in awe! So for a feeling like that: we thank you! Last, but not least: you the jammers. We really love you guys. Our facebook friends, twitter followers & everyone that has read about us & supported us from day 1 of the jams. You guys are boss & to those that have never missed even 1 jam; 1 love to you all. As the end is nigh: I hope you enjoy the festive season safely and soundly till the next jam in Jan. We’ll still be on this during the festive season. So keep your eyes peeled, but in the meantime its on this Sunday.