According to the label's style director and Rihanna's stylist Jahleel Weaver, the pieces were created to speak to how multifaceted today’s woman is. He tells T, “We’re thinking about each release as a different facet to a woman’s wardrobe and how she approaches dressing. Luxury has been defined in the past as one woman, one brand: You know who the Saint Laurent woman is, you understood who the Céline woman was when it was Phoebe. Which is fine, but you think about how that relates to the modern woman. I don’t think she is just one thing, Rih being the perfect example of that.”
We cater for women, men and children. We also stock designer Naturalizer handbags and other footwear accessories. Our product range includes; athletic shoes, casual shoes, dress shoes, boots, slippers, sandals, children back-to-school leather shoes, children casual shoes and much more.
Ngiri-giri bags are handmade, using local material from leather, cotton canvas and locally made traditional cotton material, called khanga, creating bright, long-lasting and totally individual bags in a variety of styles and sizes. Each Ngiri-giri bag is unique! The workshop is in the heart of a coastal village creating local employment for many people in the disabled community a cause very close to our heart.
worked at three of the ‘Big 4’ international fashion weeks. At the New York Fashion Week, she Connie Aluoch worked as a Backstage Director for the ground crew ensuring models were properly styled for the runway. At the Milan Fashion Week, she worked for Vivvene Westwood and Dsquared2. At the London Fashion Week in 2011, Connie was instrumental in showcasing the first Kenyan Male Designer John Kaveke.