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ADELE DEJAK #MyHeatBeatsAfrica Redefining African Identity.The leading luxury African accessories brand Adele Dejak recently launched the brand’s campaign #MyHeartBeatsAfrica on 7th May 2015. The campaign invites everyone to celebrate Africa’s extensive diversity, to embrace their African identity and share positive African vibes. It’s no wonder that as TDS, we are in full support.
ADELE DEJAK #MyHeatBeatsAfrica Redefining African Identity
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The leading luxury African accessories brand Adele Dejak recently launched the brand’s campaign #MyHeartBeatsAfrica on 7th May 2015. The campaign invites everyone to celebrate Africa’s extensive diversity, to embrace their African identity and share positive African vibes. It’s no wonder...
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Summer Sale at Adele Dejak starts this 4th of July!
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If you have always wanted to get your hands on an Adele Dejak piece, there is no time like the present. This Friday the 4th of July will be the beginning of Adele Dejak's summer sale at the Village Market...
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The African luxury movement, meet Adèle Dejak
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Adele Dejak, Kenyan based fashion designer is a force to be reckoned with. From her Kuba cloth or Kitenge clutch bags, cow hide and leather bags with brass fittings to her bag charms and brass /cow horn jewelry, Adele Dejak...
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Adèle Dejak Unites Style and Substance
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The Adèle Dejak brand creates handmade fashion accessories for the "modern, sophisticated and multidimensional woman." Adèle Dejak is inspired by African shapes, textures and techniques to create the high fashion statement designs that are equally art pieces. "Work hard and...
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KUBA: The Textile That Was Eco-Friendly Before It Was En Vogue
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The Kuba cloth, which is indigenous to the Kuba people, originates from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Between the 17th and early 20th century, the Kuba Kingdom (which is now the South Eastern region of the DRC) was one...
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Editor’s Note – The Textile Series #tdsvoices
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Ladies and Gentlemen – welcome to the end of the year. I can’t believe that we will be saying Merry Christmas and Happy New Year let alone getting used to writing 2019 very soon. Until then though, we have 2...
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NOT AFRICAN ENOUGH: A Formidable Rejoinder By The NEST Collective
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There are 55 recognised countries in Africa. Well, if we want to get into semantics, different sources will quote the continent having either 54 or 56 states (The independence of Somaliland and Western Sahara is disputed). In Kenya alone, there...
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The Curious Case of Brian Siambi Aka UrbanSkript
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When was the last time you let your curiosity run wild? As creatives, we are at risk of typecasting ourselves in a specific role under the identity guise. But what if we took it off its leash every once in...
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OUR TOP TEN PHOTOGRAPHERS TO WATCH – Part I
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There is no doubt that the amount of talented photographers in the country is growing and it's got us all excited to show off what we have found. So we decided to bring you our top ten photographers that we...
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What’s your flavour? Categories in Fashion Photography – Part II
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And we are back. Hope you are starting to see the different categories of fashion photography and thinking about which one suits you best. Well, here are the next three. Let's continue. High-Fashion In its simplest form – high fashion...
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Editor’s Note – The Luxury Series – Jan/Feb 2018
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Happy New Year TDS Family! We truly hope that it is starting off well and that you are ready to take 2018 and crush it! (so to speak) :) When someone says this or that is luxury, we automatically equate...
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The Amalgamation of Art and Introspection that is Brian Kivuti
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“Welcome to my sanctuary”, Brian Kivuti says as he unlocks the door to his studio tucked away in a corner of Karen’s scenic greenery. He points to the wall on our right, where there’s a jewellery mood board in various...
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Jewellery Design: It’s About the Principles
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“Jewellery has the power to be this one little thing that can make you feel unique,” Jennie Kwon. It’s for this reason that many of us will walk into a jewellery store and wait for the pieces to speak to...
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The Jewel Series - The Designers Studio Kenya November to December 2017
Editor’s Note – The Jewel Series – Nov/Dec 2017
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Hello there! Here we are in November, with only 2 months to go before we welcome 2018. These next two months we want to delve a little deeper into jewellery. There is definitely more than meets the eye. Other than...
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