Grey Projects Celebrates Women With A Collection Of Separates For S/S 17

Grey has always preached functionality. At the core of their sermon, are phrases like "clothes that are comfortable", "make women feel special while running around" , "what you live your life in", and over the past 6 years, the brand has continued to deliver.

For SS17, the lead designer, Rukky Ladoja, translates her study of Traditional and Modern Queens into a collection of separates that explores in detail the source of every strong woman's strength and softness; her support system.


(Photo: Greyprojects)

On Instagram, Grey shares what each look from this collection represents:

"The Seun represents discipline and finesse. Toritse represents a subtle quirky strain unabashedly individual with feet firmly on the ground.

Amena embodies the grey DNA of convention and contradictions; expectedly proper without losing colour or flair... The Omoyemi commands respect.

Firm and regal with a large dose of drama... the Charlie exudes sheer boldness with contrasting prints in shades of black and gold, this Grey woman stands out for all the right reasons."

Follow Grey Projects on Instagram.


(Photo: Greyprojects)


(Photo: Greyprojects)


(Photo: Greyprojects)


(Photo: Greyprojects)


(Photo: Greyprojects)

Read More -> Wear Tzar, And Let Your Tees Do All The Talking

Photographer, freelance writer and budding entrepreneur, using stories to highlight the works of African creatives across fashion, entrepreneurship and the arts.