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Godfrey Mensah releases Keniya-X Label

“The structure of the garment empowers the structure of the mind” – KENIYA X LABEL

Former creative director of Toronto’s Beaucoup Fashion House, Godfrey Mensah is used to producing high quality, high fashion luxury pieces consistently, so when he dropped his newest label, Keniya-X, it was bound to be good.

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Keniya-X Label is named after Mensah’s daughter and ‘generation X’: the stronghold of Culture shifts.

Refusing to categorize itself as a brand, Keinya-X has instead established itself as a collective of creators expressing a fortitude in craftsmanship and passion. The mainline, DECONSTRUCTED’ recently showcased crossing borders’ at Ottawa Fashion Week and was met with a great response for the culture-shifting brand.

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With mystery surrounding the next stages of development for both DECONSTRUCTED and sub-line CUT & SEW we can but wait with baited breath (and watch the beautifully directed video below again and again…huge respect for director Diego Sanchez)
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Spring/Summer 2014 CUT & SEW women’s line available to pre-order from Launch Toronto (interviewed by The Leake last summer)

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Watch the full video here:

Video credits:

Creative Coordination: Godfrey Mensah & J. Alexander X

Videographer: Diego Sanchez 

Photographer: J. Alexander X

MUA: Nicole Alvarez

Location: Brooklyn Projects Toronto


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