99 JUTA – We’re coming for you!

99 JUTA – We’re coming for you!

99 Juta is synonymous with only the best of the best in South African design. And so it comes as no surprise that we’re exceptionally excited to be hosting their next pop-up, alongside our dear friends  Asha : Eleven and Ballo – this April.


Join us:

3 – 6 April 2019

99 Juta Street⠀




Wednesday Opens 11am // Closes 5pm

Our first day at 99 Juta! Come say hi and welcome us to your neighbourhood.


Thursday Opens 11am // Closes 9.30pm

Not just any Thursday, it’s First Thursday! We’ll be serving delicious ice cream by ‘Paul’s Homemade Ice-cream’ and bubbles by Krone and Culture Lab Kombucha. Enjoy while you browse incredible jewels,  African inspired design from Asha : Eleven, and recycled and upcycled goods from Ballo.


Friday Opens 11am // Closes 5pm

Hungry? Good thing our friends from Simply Granola are joining us. Grab a delectable breakfast while you shop – homemade, free of refined sugars and filled to the brim with good vibes.


Saturday Opens 9am // Closes 3pm

Simply Granola’s breakfast bar will again be open to ensure your day starts right. And we’ll be giving away FREE scoops from Paul’s Homemade Ice-cream – first come, first served!  For the most drool-worthy snack while you shop, our friend Nikita from Intention Chocolates will also be joining us with her insanely good (and super healthy) chocolates.


Should you need a little more info about who’ll be joining us at the pop-up, read all about Asha : Eleven and Ballo, below:





Since 2013, Ballo has been making unisex sunglasses, by hand, from recycled and upcycled waste material. They only use high quality, sustainably sourced materials, and every ingredient, product and machine used in manufacture, is considered. Always trying to put the planet first, materials are either sustainably grown (hemp), recycled (recycled paper) or upcycled.






Founded by Olivia Kennaway in October 2018, Asha : Eleven is lucky enough to call Cape Town home. Olivia is Kenyan by birth and finds great inspiration working hands on with fellow African suppliers and artisans. Her trips back home to Kenya consist of connecting with local craftsmen and creating ways in which to incorporate their traditional skillsets into Asha : Eleven designs. This entire process inspires her to no end and is a core factor of the brand’s nature.





If you’ve been thinking of getting a unique Dear Rae treasure made, you’re in luck! One of our custom designers will be joining us on our visit to 99 Juta – so email us on customdesigns@dearrae.co.za to book your consultation.




Custom Designs Q&A


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