Beauty & Fashion

February Wishlist

February Wishlist

Our list of Feb must-haves!

Valentine’s best bubbly ever!

This month we’ll be celebrating Valentine’s Day with the new Methodé Cap Classique (MCC) from L’Ormarins. This delicate, pretty salmon hued L’Ormarins Brut Classique Rosé NV, with the dominant varietal being Pinot Noir, is a hand-crafted wine which shows off with a constant stream of fine bubbles and delicious aromas of raspberry and strawberries. It’s the perfect anytime drink, best enjoyed chilled on its own, or served with a fresh summer salad of goat’s cheese with a raspberry vinaigrette or a decadent Strawberry tart. You’ll find it at your favourite bottle store for around R120 … and trust us … if you’ve a Valentine you want to impress, this will do it. It’s just brilliant!


Hit the outdoors in style

Who doesn’t love a laid-back picnic with a good bottle of bubbly? Love Milo recently released its vintage-leather outdoor glass carrier bag – an ideal accessory to carry your drinks to the beach or park this summer. Made with genuine leather to fit six small glasses and retailing for R2000, this is one cool and compact companion that will allow you to venture out in style… because nobody should drink champagne out of plastic! Available online at

Straight to the heart of it

According to a global survey 77 per cent of women receive chocolates and flowers for Valentine’s Day, when what they really want is jewellery, and 66 per cent of women agree they receive better gifts when they drop hints. That said, if jewellery is what you want, we suggest (with a little effort and a love note of course) that you drop him a hint that won’t go unnoticed. All it takes is a little reading between the lines and he’ll hopefully spoil you with a beautiful piece from Pandora’s 2018 Valentine’s Collection. With the usual pinks, a dash of red and some controversial lip motifs, this collection is both conventional Pandora Valentine’s Day style and a slight departure from it. Priced from R799 the collection is available or instore. To find a concept store near you visit


Power balls

Bold and beautiful, these Oceana round ball-shaped metal pendant lights from The Lighting Warehouse pack a dramatic punch and make an absolutely stunning fitting for modern and contemporary interiors. Available in white, black and copper, each light features an unique cut-out design and comes with a matching cord and ceiling canopy. There’s no doubt it’s the kind of décor essential that can be added to any room to create a striking focal point. You can get your hands on one for R4199 (price may be subject to change). To find a store nearest to you visit




Sugar, spice, and everything nice

Regardless of whether or not you’re a scent snob, we have no doubt you will love the rich and romantic aromas of Vince Camuto’s Amore. While its floral scents appear to be light and airy, once it has settled, it’s about as deep as your partner’s amore, every day of the year. Opening notes are sweet, juicy and fruity – think passion fruit, bergamot, frozen clementines with currant buds combined with natural scent of freshly picked flowers of freesia, orchid, lotus and wild lily of the valley. With base notes warmed by comfortable cashmere, sensual crystal amber, musk and sandalwood, it’s a fragrance that will leave a warm, creamy trail on your skin and an aura around you that will have others in awe. It’s yours for R1655 for 100ml from

Oil of youth

If it hasn’t happened yet, it’s coming… that pivotal moment when you look in the mirror and discover the first signs of aging. Fear not, LÓccitane’s luxurious Immortelle Divine Youth Oil will help you fight this unavoidable little battle. Paired with a complex of seven natural plant oils selected for their high concentration of essential fatty acids and nutrients, the oil’s lightweight and silky texture melts seamlessly into the skin. With daily use, the result is skin that looks more radiant, smooth, and youthful. Retails for R1590. Shop online for find a boutique near you by visiting


Get It Magazine Durban March 2018

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The world-class Beatles Tribute returns to rock Durban!

The Easter bunny won’t be the only one hopping into Durban this Easter as Beatlemania On Tour will be bouncing around stage when they kick off their week-long tour run in Sibaya Casino over the Easter break from 29 March to 8 April 2018.


Win tickets to Decorex Durban

Leaders in the décor, design and lifestyle trade, Decorex Durban, will inspire visitors to find their unique #rhythmoflife with a range of stylish services and products featuring at the Durban Exhibition Centre from 21 to 25 March.


Sweetie Pie Easter Egg

Sweetie Pie is a South African favourite, and with Easter around the corner this mouthful of goodness from Beyers is now available in a limited edition Sweetie Pie Easter Egg that will delight all loyal fans.


Carrol Boyes Wines Collection

Lovers of renowned gifting and homeware label Carrol Boyes will know that over the years the brand has come to encompass far more than the distinctive tableware for which it first became so highly revered.


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Chocolate for everyone

Who doesn’t love Peter Rabbit? Who doesn’t love Cadbury Dairy Milk?


World class London Dry Gin

Stretton’s Gin has come to the rescue of all gin-lovers with a collaboration that’s bound to be the talk of the town.


Chocolate Mozart

Renowned for their mouth-watering, decadent and convenient desserts, Chateau Gateaux has become Durban’s most-loved Patisserie – an obsession to say the least.


Bespoke baby gear, designed with the supermom in mind!

When it comes to baby brands, there are so many great companies out there producing some incredible stuff. On an international level, we are of course envious of some of the adventurous, fun and fabulous products on the market (not all of which we can always get our hands on), so we simply cannot contain ourselves when every now and again we stumble across some equally great brands produced on our very own doorstep…


50 Shades of Pink

When it comes to wine, especially rosé, there are loads of guys who won’t touch it. Maybe it’s because they prefer a beer or a more refined spirit; maybe it’s because it comes in a stemmed glass, who knows?. What we can say though, based on the confessions of our local wine fundi, Jan-Nico Coetzee, is that even the tough guys have a palate for rose, and thanks to the bottled beauties listed below, we now know just why.

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