AAKASHA | Astral Apparel for the Chosen
Through deconstruction a new face is reborn.
Preserved young in sacred geometric form,
It awakens from slumber…
WHAT is AAKASHA?
If you have to ask, you are not ready to know.
I was blind but now I see. The name old as the stars & rare beyond this world.
AAKASHA is not a location in space.
AAKASHA is a feeling, a state of mind. A moment in time.
The time to disrupt the social order and return to cosmic balance - My Balance - is Now.
For We, the Woke, are sent from beyond, to rid this world of trivia, and unleash upon it - the mark of #myCLT.
Founded in 2012, the fashion brand AAKASHA represents boldness, uniqueness and the soul’s never-ending desire for freedom expressing it with free and beautiful cuts, clear forms, boho dresses and kaftans and unisex models that fit the body as a second skin.
“AAKASHA inspired our desire to create clothes and accessories with distinctive style, influenced by the minimalist contemporary movements and simple silhouettes which can be very original and cutting edge at times. Our designs have deep meaning and come to life with lots of love and creativity. They have recognizable individuality which you can bring into your own life for any kind of occasion. It is the epitome of alternative contemporary chic.” – Milena and Elena, AAKASHA’s founders.
AAKASHA participated in London Week in 2014 and was internationally acclaimed. Our fashion creations left a blazing trail of admiring eyes.
In 2017 AAKASHA was an exhibitor at Pure London Trade show. AAKASHA garments, accessories, shoes and bags were abundantly featured on the main catwalk of the event - with our best pieces, statement necklaces, asymmetric recognizable bags and killing sexy shoes. Our sleek and elegant yet comfortable designs rocked the catwalk and affirmed the 2017/2018 autumn and winter trends.
AAKASHA also took part in a Charity Raffle, organized by ASOS Foundation with the help of India Usher, for the Udayan Care http://www.udayancare.org/, a charity that supports orphaned and abandoned young people in India providing them with family style homes and education. The proceeds of the raffle will be used for refurbishing several rooms at the home and running creative workshops with the young people. AAKASHA gave away a dress and a bracelet for the winner.