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6 Feb

BTS; Spring/Summer 2017; Kew Gardens

Behind the scenes at our Spring/Summer ’17 fashion shoot! 

Our Spring/Summer ’17 collection is just around the corner with only a few days to launch. We will be releasing a range of dresses, tops and two piece sets, all crafted in light and breathable fabrics for the ideal summer comfort. We will also be introducing some exclusive and long overdue floral prints to our Spring/Summer collection.

We cannot wait to share the collection with you all! Do not forget to subscribe to our newsletters for instant updates and first picks at our website www.inayah.com.

After weeks of planning, our Spring/Summer 2017 photoshoot finally took place at the stunning Kew Gardens, London. A huge backdrop of greenery, white spiralling stairs and acres of land were present everywhere; the shooting possibilities were endless. Our Spring/Summer ’17 clothing collection fitted perfectly within the Royal Botanical Gardens and this is why we chose Kew Gardens due to its elegance, beauty and natural appearance which encompasses everything to do with our brand INAYAH. Our first location of the day took place in the Palm House and we ended the fashion shoot day in the Rock Garden, a stunning natural surrounding. 

One of our show stopping gowns of this Summer ’17 will be the Warm Sand Draped Gown with Flare. An elegant minimal piece redesigned in a lighter shade and cut to a modest fit. You will be able to pair this look with our neutral selection of Soft Crepe Hijabs which have now been restocked in popular colours! 

Exclusive pieces; this season’s collection will have a range of irreplaceable pieces such as our two piece sets in both Nude and Black, as well as our Warm Sand Kimono, covered entirely in lace and can simply be worn over any simple outfit to instantly add an evening touch. You can even pair the Kimono with one of our up coming favourites: the Black High Neck Kimono Abaya.

Emelie Parkes
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