House of Aama Designs Sustainable "Nude" Capsule for Women of Color
Featuring a color palette inspired by the “various skin tones that exist within Blackness.”
Founded by mother-daughter design duo Rebecca and Akua, House of Aama has unveiled the lookbook for its upcoming “Nude” capsule collection. The Black-owned fashion label’s latest offerings cater to “various skin tones that exist within Blackness,” as per a press release.
The range’s designs arrive in nude shades inspired by the color palettes of the founders’ families from the South. “Often in Black families, varied skin tones exist, creating a unique familial nude color palette,” the brand shared. Styles in the line include a selection of blouses, halter tops, skirts and scarves that feature nostalgic references influenced by historical research, archival analysis and storytelling. With the aim to expand its sustainability efforts, the timeless garments are made from eco-friendly textiles, which have been produced in limited quantities to minimize House of Aama’s carbon footprint.
Peep the lookbook above. The “Nude” collection will drop exclusively on House of Aama’s website on January 28.