ADELE DEJAK

ADELE DEJAK

Adèle Dejak is a brand of luxury fashion accessories based in Nairobi. The pieces are handmade in Kenya using materials sourced from across the African continent. A fusion of African and European influences, they are designed by the owner and founder Adèle Dejak and are assembled by some of the most talented artisans in Kenya Read More >

Poetic Trends

Poetic Trends

Poetic Trends is a Kenyan based accessories brand that reinterprets traditional tribal jewelry in contemporary idiom where traditional designs and techniques are reinterpreted to offer new meaning and expression. When designing each piece, we aim to capture the rawness of tribal forms and the unpretentious rustic elegance of village life. Stumbling upon a treasure trove Read More >

NDAU

NDAU

The Ndau collection is a Zimbabwean design house specializing in the creation of unique African jewellery and exotic leather accessories. Based in our home studio of Victoria Falls, we are a collective of designers from Zimbabwe, brought together by our love of African culture, history and design. Each of our sterling silver, bronze or copper Read More >

NJEMA HELENA

NJEMA HELENA

Njema Helena creates clothes and accessories every woman loves wearing. Fashioned with African prints that achieve harmony both in the colours and the shapes used, the Njema Helena aesthetic is elegant and timeless, while always hinting at the playful. Njema is a Swahili word that means good, and Helena is our inspiration, a daughter and Read More >

KAPOETA

KAPOETA

Born in England but raised in Kenya to Indian Dutch parents, Ambica Shah specialises in innovative feathers earrings and leather craftsmanship whose designs never cease to captivate the imagination nor peak your curiosity. Inspired by her time spent in Spain as well as her travels through India and North Africa, she discovered a dynamic fusion of Read More >

MIKONO KNITS

MIKONO KNITS

The founder; Frøydis D. Archer is Norwegian born, but with 18 years in Africa, is proud to call Kenya her home. She has always loved knitting, and was excited to learn that knitting and crochet are traditional skills in Kenya, being high altitude with chilly evenings. She set up Mikono Knits first and foremost to Read More >