Ase Houseofstyle

Volunteer in Miami, Florida

Ase Houseofstyle

Volunteer in Miami, Florida

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Ase…This is a powerful Yoruba word which means Affirmation, Amen, Namaste and Word. Word is power as We represent the power of the word.

Our Clothing reflects precisely our intentions using Ase to give back to our communities. This, we call it the Bridge Project.

The Bridge project is taking Untapped Talents from Africa, Haiti and giving their work opportunity to be enjoyed and acquired by the Public which in turn, funds the Artists responsible for Ase’s beautiful unique aesthetics. Sales from “The Bridge project “help the aforementioned Talents provide for their families and support their communities.

Since 2012, over 300 and counting families in Africa, Haiti and here in the U.S benefit directly from the Bridge Project through mentoring and through employment in our Florida boutique. As you partake and buy into the Ase Collection, you are buying into the future DNA essence of many (Young & Old).

Our clothing is indigenous and full of cultural recognition, colorful aesthetic, raw elegance and essence.

Our Creative Directors and Patrons, Marie & Sunday Alaby are community connoisseurs, passionate conduits to the Fashion Scene and a major force in the Network, spawning from The U.S, The Caribbean and Africa.

Marie Alaby is known for her works into Fashion houses, Magazines and Celebrity styling. She is an International Stylist, Fashion Consultant and spent over 20 years at New York Fashion house Scoop where she was a celebrated Stylist and Sales Manager. She appeared few time on the Rosie O’donnell talk show as a Stylist Consultant.

Sunday Alaby spent the better part of a decade and half as a Luxury Brand Fashion Stylist and Sales/Event Manager for Fashion Houses like Dolce & Gabbana, John Varvatos and James Perse. Sunday Alaby until recently held the position of Boutique Director/ General Manager of the Webster, Miami Beach.