Exceptional Personalities: Prof. Antónia Monteiro

Exceptional Personalities: Prof. Antónia Monteiro

October 31, 2017

Interview with Yale-NUS Professor Antónia Monteiro

Professor Monteiro has a special interest in the evolution of butterfly wing patterns. We talk with her about her fascination for butterflies, why butterflies so many different colours and patterns have, her research, about evolution and passions.

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Milan Fashion Week SS 2018 Review

Milan Fashion Week SS 2018 Review

October 06, 2017

With fashion month having passed, it's time to review the best trends and designers that held runway shows over the past few weeks. Continue reading for KHAMAMA's review of this season’s Milan Fashion Week.

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What to Wear: 2017 Monaco Yacht Week

What to Wear: 2017 Monaco Yacht Week

September 27, 2017

What to wear at one of the most exceptional boat shows of the year - the Monaco Yacht Show 2017. Let us inspire you by our short style orientation for women and men.

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Butterflies - one of the greatest Haute Couture inspirations

Butterflies - one of the greatest Haute Couture inspirations

May 10, 2017

Butterflies are one of the top motifs amongst almost all designer and luxury brands. Why is Haute Couture so fascinated by butterflies? Which brands use butterflies in their designs? What do butterflies and fashion have in common? 

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Haute Art de Papillon – A positive luxury revolution

Haute Art de Papillon – A positive luxury revolution

February 22, 2017

Butterfly wings are admired for their inimitably iridescent colours. The sustainable luxury brand KHAMAMA is the first to feature these mesmerizing colours in luxury accessories. This is the revolutionary debut of a new luxury material – Haute Art de Papillon.

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KHAMAMA is part of Make it British

KHAMAMA is part of Make it British

January 18, 2017

The luxury brand KHAMAMA is proud to be awarded with the “Make it British” certificate. It certifies that KHAMAMA is among the very few luxury brands who manufacture their goods in England.

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