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Photo Shoot With Randy

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“I see photography as that eye-catching moment that’s passing, and one which is authentic.” Adele Dejak. In our last blog, Photographic works using nature as a backdrop, we saw Adele being both a designer and photographer. She is used to carrying her camera almost everywhere, making her job her hobby. She always quotes “I love sharing my work as much as possible; I can see the most beautiful view in the world, but if I don’t capture it with my camera and publish it, it’s like I didn’t see it at all.” I got to work with Randy Gowon, one of my…

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Addicted to ArmBands

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“Every piece of jewellery tells a story just as every piece of Adele’s armbands tell a story.” It is yet again another season to let your arms do the talking with the return of yet another fashionable trend; the armbands that are better known as armlets. Most of us are used to wearing bracelets or seeing people with bracelets stacked on their wrists. Somewhat in the realm of accessories, all this is about to change with our handcrafted armbands that are just about to revolutionize the way you define and own your style. At Adele Dejak, we have a collection…

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Pre-Election Sale: We Are Newly Stocked.

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“For every sale you miss because you’re too enthusiastic, you will miss a hundred because you’re not enthusiastic enough to come and participate in our Mega Pre-election sale.” Well, it is finally here……OUR PRE-ELECTION SALE! We have a huge 10%-70% OFF EVERYTHING in store, at our Village Market store. From chokers to bracelets, from day bags to weekend bags, we all have these handcrafted African pieces in stock. Why not take a leap of faith and get to the Village market store and indulge yourself in some of Adele’s pieces at her store? Please take note that the PRE-ELECTION SALE…

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HOW ADELE DEJAK IS PARTICIPATING IN FASHION REVOLUTION WEEK THIS YEAR

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What is Fashion Revolution Week All About? In April 2013, Rana Plaza building, a clothing manufacturing building in Bangladesh, collapsed and killed thousands of people. The building collapsed due to its lack of adherence to safety and security standards. The building was bound to collapse eventually but despite that, nothing was done to prevent it. Some major fashion brands were sourcing their garments from that same factory. They did some damage control (good PR) after the unfortunate calamity and showed the world how they had improved the place, waited for people to forget and continued with their business as usual….

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Meet Reginda the Alchemist

Meet Rajinder our neighbour and metal collaborator

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Most of my jewellery is created from recycled metal (brass and aluminium). Recycling metal is a whole wide field and would take anyone so much to have an in-house department that recycles their own metal. Not that I wouldn’t want to get there some day. the universe has a way of answering our prayers. One of these prayers is the fact that Rajinder, a well known metal caster and our neighbour next door at the Kiambu showroom. He is always ready to convert all scrape pieces that I use for implementing my jewellery designs. The pieces he does are inspired by Africa…

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