The last 4 months have been a rollercoaster with the world turned upside down by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Before COVID-19 I was meant to be moving to Cape Town & then Malawi.I sold my stuff and packed two massive suitcases ready to begin my African adventure. *In March 2020 the borders in South Africa were closed. I was so upset, I cried so much as it looked like the end of my dream. I’m glad to say that it wasn’t! Anyway, in having a conversation with a friend, they shared with me that Malawi was only known for its association with Madonna and poverty.

That’s put fire in my bones!!!! I thought F*** it, I am going to do this and I’ll do it to the best of my ability. *I am going to try my absolute best to create garments that solve problems for modern women. Women can take over the world when they feel their best, seen and their most powerful and nothing screams power more than a tailored capsule wardrobe. My goal was to create beautiful pieces that women would include in their everyday life and enjoy. we made the designs very simple,  with functionality at the core of the designs, we made it a point to include features such as pockets in all the designs because it assists a modern women on the go who's having to run between a between, meeting friends and catching a flight.

All in all, Lynne Kayenne Studio was created with love to showcase a timeless, contemporary, African aesthetic that’s rooted in our culture and our heritage, made to an international standard #Lynnekayennestudio #MadeinAfrica🇲🇼