The much anticipated JW Show happening this weekend at Shift Eye Gallery is for all the fashion lovers out there. There are a number of student designers showcased, here are some more:

Amore Designs

Okiya Phelgon Molaa is the person behind the Amore designs.

Amore designs was started in 2013 and has stayed in the background but it is yet to stage its first showcasing this year, it will be on Saturday the 26th of November to be precise at the JW show that is going down at the Shift Eye Gallery in Hurlingham. So don’t miss.

The Amore designs have been inspired by the love for buttons and the 70’s and 60’s fashion designs.

Despite that, the designers at Amore has always appreciated the African fabric, the creativity in the industry and fashion as a whole.

Okiya is looking forward to having more fans and letting them embrace the designs at the forthcoming JW show.

They also have a number of stores within Nairobi.

CRO couture

Owned by Chantale Oweggi and launched early this year, CRO Couture is a Technicolor clothing line blending both contemporary African and Urban wear.


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It is a combination of mute with sudden pops of colour ,exuding a cultural and feminine attitude.

The Young And Talented Designer and Student – Chantale Oweggi

This label is the embodiment of several generations rolled into one. Gaining inspiration from 70’s, 80’s ,90’s and recent ages.

Focusing on comfort, class and confidence, we choose the most sustainable and durable fabrics all over Africa. We delightfully bring out the beauty in each piece with impressive prints and share it with the world.

So make sure to attend the JW Show and support Kenyan student designers.