Indah debuted their Casa Indah collection to an excited crowd of over 1,000 people including TV personalities Brody Jenner and Nene Leakes on Saturday July 16 at the W Hotel, the official location for SWIM MIAMI.
The Casa Indah collection featured the same sexy, bohemian aesthetic that Indah is known for, while introducing new, playful color patterns and prints. This year, designers Libby DeSantis and Janelle Gauthier hand picked models with heavy social influence that really captured the essence of what an Indah girl is: carefree, sexy and confident. While the runway was exceptional, it should be noted that Indah is extremely passionate about giving back. In fact, 10 percent of all sponsorship dollars Indah received were donated to Haleleakeiki.org, an incredible organization that motivates and inspires the children of Kaua’i to live an active, health and drug-free life.
Indah received help from amazing sponsors who helped to make each design that went down the runway look impeccable: My Beachy Side provided exquisite barefoot sandals for each model, accessories label Kendra Scott provided jewelry, and each model’s bronze glow was provided by Infinity Sun, who spray tanned for each model. Stila Cosmetics provided makeup, accented by false eyelashes from Lilly Ghalichi’s Lily Lashes, and René Furterer is responsible for the models’ beautiful tresses each year.
Additional sponsors of the Casa Indah show included FORAY Collective, Butter London, Four Sixty, Kopari Beauty Products, Golden Grass Accessories, Aim HI, Shashi Jewelry, Sea Gypsy, Disfunkshion Magazine, Surfing Magazine, The Ungasan Bali, Moon Juice, Coola Suncare, Soul Cycle, Sunday Somewhere, Pared Eyewear and Sundays Beach Club.
About Indah Clothing
Indah is made by hand and created with love and designed by Libby DeSantis. Indah is a dream factory. Some days it is a sacred space and others it is a dance floor. Indah was made to create beauty and innovation in the art of simplicity. Everything produced by Indah is done in house – and everyone in our house is treated with respect and paid fairly for their efforts. Indah is a platform for change, building their very own eco friendly Batik factory that is already setting a new standard on the Island. Indah is also committed to giving back; each collection is tied to a charity by one of its beautiful handmade prints.