At Cape Town Fashion Week 25-28 July, there will be clothes far more flamboyant than the Little Black Dress (LBD), but nothing can outshine this wardrobe essential that denotes so much more.
In our blog post of 20 April 2011 we spoke about how “the LBD is a classic that reinvents itself from a base level of confidence that it is so right so often.” We took this notion further to compare the LBD with the generic concept of excellence and how Cape Grace epitomizes LBD philosophy through service, humility, gratitude and generosity.
Come and see what we mean at July’s Wine & Dine event in Signal Restaurant on 26 July when Hamilton Russell wines are paired with carefully chosen dishes at R650 per person. Find out some things you never knew about Hamilton Russell’s winemaker Hannes Storm, on our blog post coming up on 18 July. Or you could put our Spa therapists to the LBD philosophy test and take advantage of Winter Specials like the ‘Warm Up With Me’ couple’s package, where you are wrapped, massaged with hot stones and plied with hot chocolate and chocolates at R1800 per couple – see more about Cape Grace Spa Winter Specials on the 25 July blog post. And don’t forget we are taking part in the V&A Master of Trade Routes Culinary Challenge until the end of August, offering a heritage dish with a twist in the form of deconstructed springbok bobotie at only R95. Once you’ve indulged you can add your vote to the competition Facebook page.
Oh and don’t forget, little black dresses are always de rigeur at Cape Grace!