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March 24th, 2015

RAAAH stocks with High End LNA Boutique in Kings Road

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Written by: Jacqueline Shaw
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RAAAH has been making waves since its debut collection ‘Fly/Fly High’ was showcased at Africa Fashion Week London and that same collection is now available at one of London’s quaint designer boutiques; Leggera Nell’Aria, also known as LNA Boutique.

Located on King’s Road, Leggera Nell’Aria is the perfect boutique for a unique shopping experience, stocking cutting edge Italian and English designers. Made in England brand RAAAH will be stocking some of her famous pieces at LNA Boutique including the ever popular ‘Loosen Up Dress’ which was rocked by songstress Tiwa Savage last year, the ‘Flirty Suit’ and pieces from her pre-fall collection ‘Argento’ which was showcased at Africa International Fashion Week.

RAAAH, founded in April 2014, is the brainchild of businesswoman turned fashion designer Rahima Mohamed. Effortless elegance and sleek silhouettes which embody stylish yet sophisticated simplicity are the design aesthetics which govern RAAAH creations making the label ideal for contemporary women of all ages with a range of ready-to-wear as well as made-to-measure cutting edge looks pitched between High Street and high end.

Head down to west London and get yourself a piece or two from RAAAH’s SS15 collection in time for Spring/Summer.




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