March 27, 2019 Modern African Style from Ceiphers Clothing

Our Take on Modern African Clothing

The use of African fabric in modern clothing is nothing new. Many brands are doing it (and doing it well!), but we strive to create something unique, something that tells a story. We want our take on modern African clothing to be meaningful. Let what you wear matter!   In doing so, we’ve carefully crafted unique African-inspired pieces with kitenge fabric accents. The accent could be the bow tie, hair bow. a pocket, or the […]

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May 22, 2018

Ceiphers Dresses… with Pockets!

We had lots of requests from ladies asking if and when we were going to add more garments to our clothing line for women. Ladies, we heard you! We are proud to introduce our new line of dresses. The inspiration behind the line comes from powerful women in my life. For my grandmother, who started her career sewing clothing in Kenya; for my mother, an amazing educator; and my wife, who stood behind me during […]

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May 8, 2018

Ceiphers Dress Shirt with Teflon

I don’t know about you, by I can think of a million times when I spilled something on a dress shirt and then walked around all day with a stain on it. It’s embarrassing and unnecessary. Ceiphers Teflon Men’s Dress Shirts are here to solve that issue. Each shirt is treated with Teflon™ Shield + fabric protector making the shirt stain resistant, liquid repellent and breathable. All of our styles are accented with our colorful […]

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April 24, 2018

Kenya – The Land of Wonder

In my last blog, I wanted to change the narrative about how people in the United States view my birth country of Kenya. In this blog, I want to tell you about the marvelous places to visit, should you ever travel to my native land. Most people fly into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport just outside of Nairobi. The bus ride from the airport into the city will take you past Nairobi National Park. The vast open […]

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April 17, 2018

Changing the Narrative

You may have seen those commercials on television about how $1 a day can go to feed the starving children in Africa. It makes my country of origin, Kenya, seem as though it is full of nothing but poverty-stricken, ignorant people, just struggling to survive. Nothing could be farther from the truth. I want to change the narrative — to give you a much truer picture of my home country. When I came to America, […]

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