Roxanne Robinson

Roxanne has years of experience in the industry. Currently she works in marketing as an art director for Mr Price. Her creative journey began with an internship at Cleo which led to an exciting position at Glamour and GQ magazine. Robinson excelled in the world of media as she later became the fashion editor at Sunday Times Fashion Weekly. Today, Robinson creates customer facing imagery for Mr Price in Durban. She is passionate about making brands come to life!




Bradley Quinn

BA Hons in Journalism and Political Science, MA in History of Art


Bradley operates a trend consultancy in Paris and runs a small research laboratory in Sweden. He previously worked as an associate creative director for Wrangler and Lee Jeans before heading up brand strategy at their parent company, Kontoor Brands Inc. Responsibilities included launching premium brands, initiating creative partnerships and making innovation a cornerstone of Kontoor’s product development and retail strategy. With a mission to increase market shares in Europe and Asia, Bradley rejoined the creative team to kick off new initiatives for Wrangler and Lee. Key projects for Lee included launching the new Shape Illusions label, refreshing the Body Optix brand, developing a product customisation platform and creating a new figurehead for Lee menswear. For Wrangler, Bradley launched the Wrangler 360 menswear label and made personalisation part of consumer engagement. Leading both brands’ innovation strategies, Bradley generated a wide range of digital content for internal marketing, advertising campaigns, retail point-of-sale and visual merchandising.



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Dale Strime

BCOM Degree majoring in Marketing & Finance.
Current Creative Lead and Head Designer at Jonathan D.

Dale’s career started out sourcing & designing mens jewellery and bags for a company called 4 U Accessories a supplier to chain store DUNNS.
On one of my sourcing trips he stumbled onto a footwear brand from Australia called Urge Footwear, which he believed would be a really rad brand to have in SA, Dale and his best friend, Clive Pozniak, started a distribution company called Finchley Row which owned the rights for Urge Footwear, Cheddar Pocket Wallets and Accessories & Komono Watches & Sunglasses.

During his time at Finchely Row, himself, Dean Pozniak & Clive Pozniak founded local streetwear brand swede&CROWE.

After swede&CROWE he started streeks. A BORN HOOLiGAN, which was a local streetwear brand which had a flagship store in Braamfontein called The Shop.
He closed the store to spearhead & relaunched Fila back into the SA market. and was their Creative Director for +/- 3 years & then moved over to GA Creative Brands to head up the creative and design at Jonathan D.

personal – deedstreak
Jonathan D – jonathandafrica
Swede&CROWE – swede_crowe
Streeks – streeks_

LinkedIN :
Personal – Dale Stephen Strime