About Adèle Dejak
The Adèle Dejak brand creates handmade fashion accessories for the modern, sophisticated and multidimensional woman. Inspired by African shapes, textures and traditional techniques, the cutting-edge pieces sit perfectly between artefact and high fashion statement designs.
The Adèle Dejak collections express our acute appreciation for African-made fabrics, including Kuba cloth and kitenge (wax print); a dedication to using recycled materials including rice and cement sacks, brass, aluminium and glass and; a commitment to exceptional quality – using only the best materials and employing some of the most talented artisans in the East African region.
Adèle Dejak unites style and substance and invites you to unapologetically own your style!
Adèle Dejak cut her teeth in the world of typographic design in England and Italy before moving to Nairobi, Kenya in 2005 and turning her attention to accessories design. Adèle found herself intrigued by the natural beauty of horn and begun to experiment with techniques of creating unique shapes and fashioned pieces.
Her flair was noticed and spurred on by an admirer of one of her creations who encouraged Adèle to set up shop creating unique shapes to wear. Dejak’s Nigerian roots begun to merge perfectly with European influences and she set out on her never-ending quest for that essential artefact that allows you to express your own style.
Team Adèle Dejak boasts a refreshing air of passion that shines through every hardworking team member, from the management and shop sales teams to every beader, tailor and bone artisan. Whether selecting only the very best materials to, creating our handmade lesso fabric bags for packaging, the team works like no other in bringing timeless statements to life and providing you with a beautiful Adèle Dejak experience.
Founded under the Magik Grace Art and Design Ltd banner, Team Adèle Dejak has flourished, growing from a few part-time beaders to over 25 employees. There is still a lot to come from Adèle Dejak who has started a revolutionary art form deeply rooted in African tradition.