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"Don't Leave Home Without"....the KAJA Exotic print Kaftan| Condé Nast Traveller

The return of the Kaftan has been a long time coming! We are once again being featured in our favourite travel and luxury lifestyle magazine Condé Nast Traveller in the July/August 2018 double issue. The "Don't Leave Home Without..." features our stunning EXOTIC PRINT KAFTAN. Inspired by the colours from "Holi" also known as "the festival of colours" which is a Hindu festival celebrated all across the Indian subcontinent. It is best known for the coloured powder that festival-goers throw over each other and celebrates the beginning of spring and good over evil. The vivid blues, pinks, yellow and green in our exclusive print encapsulate the joyful mood experienced at such a festival. Many of our customers tell us they wanted to...

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"Holiday Holdall.....KAJA'S Goa Kaftan" | Condé Nast Traveller Magazine

As travel addicts ourselves, we were thrilled to be featured in the June 2018 edition of Condé Nast Traveller Magazine. "The Holiday Holdall" feature has our best selling GOA Kaftan sitting beautifully amongst other luxury Resort wear brands. When travelling on holiday it is always a dilemma of what to leave and what to take. We all have our longtime favourites which we know are super comfortable, flattering and cool to wear. Take the kaftan, a true classic item of clothing which has now become a favourite of fashion's elite class.Trips to the Indian Ocean and other hot holiday destinations can sometimes be very hot and humid, we would advise on natural fabrics such as silk and cottons which travel well and never let...

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Are you counting down the days for your tropical beach holiday? Following a trip to  the Maldives, I took my usual assortment of white embroidered cotton voile kaftans and dresses. Cool to wear, easy to pack and oh so practical for those lazy days in the sunny climes of the Indian Ocean. But wait! What I was more in need of was something a little more glam. Jealously eyeing up some of the French and Italian women at a rather posh Island resort, I felt somewhat in need of a few glamorous pieces which rivalled the ones worn by these stylish in-the-know ladies who seemed to be rather au fait with the dress codes at these luxury resorts. Breakfast, lunch, pre...

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