Kaela-Kay Collections by Ghanaian Designer Catherine Addai Presents Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection, See Lookbook Photos

Kaela Kay Collections by Catherine Addai is an African inspired clothing line with a modern twist. The forward thinking clothing line transforms cultural fabrics into modern, sexy, yet feminine and fun clothes. Kaela-Kay Collections represents the modern woman who knows who she is intrinsically and stylistically, and who loves to pay homage to cultural roots through fabrics and textiles.

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The Autumn/Winter 2013 Collection is infused with a delicacy of African prints and a burst of colour. According to the Creative Director, Catherine Addai, “Kaela Kay clothing is feminine yet strong; dainty yet bold; and totally, unconventionally, modern.”

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For more information, contact Kaela Kay Collections
Website: kaelakay.com
Facebook: /kaelakaycollections
Twitter: @kaelakayonline


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Adebayo Oke-Lawal’s Orange Culture Unveils Spring/Summer 2014 Collection, See Lookbook Photos

After recently showcasing this new line at the 2013 Lagos Fashion & Design Week, Nigerian menswear label Orange Culture, owned by Adebayo Oke-Lawal, has released the lookbook photos for their Spring/Summer 2014 collection.

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True to nature, the collection is filled with quirky pieces with an explosion of prints and an element of layering. There is even a manskirt in the collection, here’s hoping that Nigerian men embrace that idea. According to the creative director, the collection was inspired by the designer Adebayo Oke-Lawal’s ethnic roots and contemporary sports aesthetics in menswear.

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The shirting from the collection was influenced by traditional Nigerian shirts worn by chiefs and elders usually over African print fabric wrapped like a skirt around the waist.

Shoot Credits
Photography – Toyosi Faridah Kekere-Ekun
Styling – Adebayo Oke-Lawal & Onyinye Fafi Obi
Models – Wale & Kingsley
Shoot Assistant – Labo

For more information go to http://www.orange-culture.com/


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