August 27, 2016


Blood, Sweat, Tears. And every emotion in between.


In Hawaiian; Ocean Water.
In Welsh; Keeper of the Keys.
In Mandarin; Victory, Open and Beginning.
In Kono and Kissi; King of Kings.
In Japanese; Restoration, Recovery and Worth.
In Navajo; Willow Tree.
In Scottish; Fire.
In Persian; Universe.
In Wayuu; The One Who Brings the Light in the Dawn and The One Who Brings Knowledge.

In Burmese; Strong and Unbreakable.
In Swahili; Loveable.

As a Nigerian form of expression; Wow!

It’s finally here. And I really couldn’t be any more relieved. I can’t believe it’s just the beginning of an amazing journey, I’ve been working on this for so long that it’s difficult to believe that it’s really only just begun.

I hope you love KAI. I really do.

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I am wearing the Timoni dress in size 8 in black.


8 thoughts on “KAI”

  1. Leta says:


    Your daily inspiration and motivation on

  2. Kachi says:

    Very well done Fisayo!! The pieces really look AMAZING! And wow @ what KAI means in those different languages. Tres cool.

  3. Linoya says:

    So Beautiful.

  4. Sade Lewis says:

    This is lovely Fisayo! Great job! I am so happy for you. Maybe you will be around when I need your advise. Heading to Kai now.

  5. burkerabe says:

    So Stunning dress.

  6. Olaitan says:

    Congrats Congrats. Your hardwork would definitely pay off.
    Laitanbee Blog

  7. abby says:

    Well done Fisayo! And all the KAI meanings just seem to connect one way or the other! Greater heights!x

  8. Unknown says:

    “Blood, Sweat and Tears” -BTS

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