21 Sep 2015

Kaela Kay's Fall/Winter Collection 2015

Fresh off her win for best female designer at African Fashion Week in Toronto, Catherine Addai - Boadu has dropped her new collection and every single piece is to die for! 

From the Kaela Kay team:

The collection was officially released September 17th, 2015 and is available for purchase at www.kaelakay.com. This new collection features KAELA KAY signature details including lace on print, stripes, fit and flare styles and full skirts.  

New to the KAELA KAY family are our beautiful maxi skirts as well as the mixing of several prints into a composite pallet of beautiful pieces.  We’re mixing prints in the Anisah Soho Maxi Skirt, Kamaria Skirt and Aminah Skirt; we’re mixing stripes in the Inzilani Striped Skirt and we’re looking royal in the Sade Afia Skirt.  From a fitted pencil skirt to a full belle skirt; in the too cute Neema Akatasia Dress or the sexy Imena Peplum dress – there is a piece in this new collection for all women for all occasions.  

The colors this season will take the KAELA KAY ladies from fall to winter – burgundy, green, black and blue to name a few.  For our fabulous ladies living in warmer climates with all season sunshine, we have included several pieces that are stylistically season appropriate but using colors that are more weather appropriate – how fly is the Aminah Skirt?!

Ever so proud of this new collection, we look forward to styling our fabulous, beautiful and fashion forward ladies this season!

Photographer: CJ Cromwell Photography MUA: Glam and Eros Make-Up Artistry

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