AdeleDejak Accessories

Style and good design are like match-making: it’s all about combining different elements to create a harmonious whole.

BrianS-11 copy

In our case, there are two main senses at play – we consider how things will feel to the touch and we are also concerned about how different shapes will work together visually. Striking the right balance of contrast and compatibility is a challenge that turns us on!

BrianS-14 copy

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2 thoughts on “Design inspiration: textures and shapes

  1. Reply
    Annie Temmink
    June 28, 2012 at 7:08 am

    Hi Adele,
    I have really enjoyed your styles and the behind-the-scenes info you include in your blog. I am an american fashion student currently in Uganda studying textiles, and I have fallen in love with the kuba textiles from the DRcongo. I was wondering where you got yours, and if you knew of any good places to find them in Uganda? (clearly not the best place, but I can’t get to the DRC at the moment) I was also wondering if you had planned any trips to Uganda in the near future?! I would love to hear more about your work if you are ever in the area!
    I hope you are well,and I look forward to seeing your new work
    Best wishes,

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      Adèle Dejak team
      August 1, 2012 at 9:04 am

      Dear Annie,

      Thanks so much for your comment. Adele buys all Kuba cloth on her travels and in Nairobi, at the African Safty Lodge in town, Dubois road, Off Accra road. Would you like to get in touch for more info on the same? Let us know and we’ll give you a direct email address to reach Adele on.

      Rasoah (On behalf of the Adele Dejak team)

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