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Recycled goods are produced by using manufacturing byproducts or by manipulating existing materials like ocean plastics or disused fishing nets, which can be transformed into materials like leather and ECONYL© for swimwear.


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Manon Denim Jacket
The Manon Denim Jacket is made from 100% recycled denim...
Annabelle Silky Slip
The Annabelle Silky Slip is made from 100% recycled plastic...
Hediya Brass Necklace Adéle DejakHediya Brass Necklace Adéle Dejak
Hediya Brass Necklace
This plush neck piece is ideal for the bold, modern...
RionaTreacy Wool Rhombus BlouseRionaTreacy Wool Rhombus Blouse
Rhombus Wool Blouse
The Rhombus Wool Blouse is printed and felted by hand...
Lumusi Brass Choker Adéle DejakLumusi Brass Choker Adéle Dejak
Lumusi Brass Choker
The Lumusi Brass Choker is a jaw dropping statement disc...
RionaTreacy Origami Samurai DressRionaTreacy Origami Samurai Dress
Origami Camisole Dress
The Origami Camisole Dress slips on easily with sassy cord...
Handloom Luiza Jacket Luizas&CoHandloom Luiza Jacket Luizas&Co
Handloom Luiza Jacket
This handloom jacket is every stylists dream! A perfect combination...
Lebechi Brass Choker Adéle DejakLebechi Brass Choker Adéle Dejak
Lebechi Brass Choker
The Ethiopian cross-inspired Lebechi Choker is another bold member of...
ORESORES Cardigan Dress
Cardigan Dress
This Cardigan dress is made in a soft yarn of...
Makoma Slingback
Makoma Slingback
Channeling the audacity of environmental activist Makoma Lekalakala, whose landmark...
Lincoln Slide FlannelLincoln Slide Flannel
Lincoln Slide
The Lincoln Slide is crafted in Italy from a soft...
Gaélle Blazer
The Gaélle Blazer is made from 100% recycled plastic sourced...
RionaTreacy Tuxedo Trouser Noir1a-minRionaTreacy Tuxedo Trouser Noir
Tuxedo Trouser
The Tuxedo Trouser is high waisted with an elegant wide-leg....
RionaTreacy Tuxedo Blouse NoirRionaTreacy Tuxedo Blouse Noir
Backless Tuxedo Blouse
The Backless Tuxedo Blouse slips on easily with wide straps...
Bower EconylBower Econyl
White Horse
A grown up one piece. Ideal for the beach or paired...
Adele Dejak


Adéle Dejak

The Nigerian-born designer received a Law Degree in the naughts, though Adéle found that the Law just wasn’t her passion. Years later in 2000, she attended London College of Communication to study typography.

In 2005, after relocating to Kenya, Adéle begun creating jewelry from brass and horn for personal use.  Friends and a growing fan-ship encouraged Adéle to launch her eponymous brand. Today her collections are reminiscent to life in Europe and symbolic to African culture. The collections uses recycled brass and other materials sourced from traditional tribal costumes. Adéle employs local, skilled artisans and maintains a glistening showroom in Lagos with an all-woman team. 


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