The eva dress is made from 100% rayon for a silky, soft feel. The v-neckline is a classic and timeless look that suits everyone. The belt cinches the waist for a flattering, feminine silhouette. The dress has flattering short sleeves and below the knee hem.
This full length dress made from luxury crepe sourced from India and hand painted in Nigeria shows off a neatly made dress, sleeveless and well placed slant ruffles in the midsection. It shows off eyelet lace up details on the chest area for that delicate finishing touch. The clever details give that instant dressed up look without the fuss. Perfect for everyday smart styling or a tea party where you want to impress.
JABER knee length dress. We named this dress JABER which is a Dholuo word that refers to a person with immense beauty and exceptional physical qualities. Dholuo/Luo is a Kenyan language and tribe. The fabric used for this dress is a stretchy rich purple fabric and we absolutely love how it draped down to form this beautiful piece which our model wore with so much grace.
The structure of this pretty dress features a high neck, fitted bodice and on-trend tiered skirt. The flow of the Adire chiffon creates an effortless air of elegance and abundance as the wearer moves. Bias details on the tiers draws attention to the rich patterns on the fabric. It has generous long sleeves with opening on the outer sides. Though tiered and flowy, it creates a fitted silhouette.
Short, fitted, V-neck black velvet dress. The velvet fabric is a thick, non-stretch suiting fabric. The design of this dress features gorgeous gold buttons placed in a similar manner to a double-breasted blazer/coat. We love the funky and edgy design which is very similar to the styles of a lot of Nairobian ladies. We named this dress NAIROBAE which is a term used by Kenyans to refer to the capital city Nairobi. NAIROBAE reminds us of the vibrant night life in Nairobi. NAIROBAE is part of our MAHALI collection, a collection that is dedicated to celebrating some of our founder’s favorite places in Africa. MAHALI means “Places” in Swahili.