Proudly South African Gin Brand Inverroche brand founder, Lorna Scott, collaborated with three incredible South African pioneers to create a short film titled Pioneers of the Present, celebrating the origins of creativity and capturing the essence of storytelling.

Palesa Mokubung was one of the talented pioneers chosen for the partnership given her unique ID in textile prints and phenomenal garment detailing, amongst the selected was award-winning ceramist Zizipo Poswa, and food artist chef Wandile Mabaso, who independently are all producers of luxury quality products and are conscious of sustainability.
Scott has developed a reputation for being pioneering through her luxury artisanal gin label, sustainably crafted and proudly African in ethos and resourcing.

Similarly, Palesa Mokubung aligns luxury with sophistication and exclusivity, and anything that is one-of-a-kind that is inspired and carries a unique touch. She shares her vision of what African luxury is through her unique designs and textile prints, which are sophisticated and exclusive, often inspired by her culture and heritage.
She talks about her experience with the Inverroche brand saying: “Part of being a member of the Inverroche family is that they take youth rough gin school where you learn the process of making gin, and even have the opportunity to create your own gin using a ray of selected botanicals. This process made me realize the authenticity of the brand - and that is always inspiring.” For this reason, Palesa felt that the partnership with global gin Inverroche was a well-suited match, and together have started a journey on creating collaborative products.