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Prajje 1983

Prajje 1983 is a fashion house created by Hatian born designer, Prajje Jean-Baptiste. I have been meaning to do a post on him since i saw his pieces at a fashion show last year.

I recently came across his S/S 11 collection and i knew i had to share the splendor and exquisiteness with you all.The pieces are crafted to perfection and i love love love the vibrant colors used.

These are the looks i absolutely adore from the S/S 11 collection

I WANT this cropped blazer!

I think this is my favorite.I love the flowy silhouette and burst of colors.

Just had to add some designs from Prajje's previous collections.

 Gorgeous!Gorgeous!Gorgeous.What do you guys think?

For more on Prajje 1983 check out the website Prajje1983 & Facebook page

Images from: Prajje1983


  1. A bit blown away here! I adore these colours, especially in third outfit, and the the pink jacket. It's nice to see another designer who knows how to use bold colour like this!Thanks for sharing about Prajje 1983! -xxoo Madison

  2. Oooh these are so beautiful and colorful! And check out those straw bags


  3. love the MAXIs...but they all look great

  4. Colorssss, so many pretty colors!

  5. Saw these designs first in FAB magazine and I absolutely loved it. You can tell the designer put a lot of work to it and had the woman he was designing for in mind. The silhouette is amazing!

  6. O wow thank you guys, it feels really good to wake up and read that people are saying great stuff about my work, it makes me feel like i did something right. BUt thank you, you are the woman i design for my every day girl that want to BE fab. please follow us on twitter Prajje, or facebook Prajje 1983. thank you

  7. Very beautiful pieces!

  8. OMG!! what amazing designs. Thanks for shearing babe. Love Sia x

  9. Glad you are encouraged Prajje.keep up d fantastic work

  10. omigosh.. i love them all.
    very classic and colourful.

  11. These maxis are stunning! Many of the pieces are but those floral floor length dresses sent fireworks off.

  12. I almost fainted when I first saw the first dress. OH MY GOODNESS. GORGEOUS!


  13. I love this! Thanks for highlighting the work of great designers. I'm Haitian as well and will definitely show my support.


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