Miami’s most vibrant week is coming up and INIVA will be part of it.  During Art Basel, from December 2 until December 10th, INIVA will be partnering with Semilla Eatery and Bar to showcase Pop Up Store with an exclusive selection of African Art and Design. 
    During the opening night we’ll celebrate with traditional couscous and drinks while we proudly display unique pieces from exclusive African artists such as Dada Wa, Mario Gerth and Carlito Dalceggio;
    Semilla Eatery and Bar is an organic, chef-driven gastro pub located in the heart of Miami Beach’s iconic Alton Road.  Just a short walk from the Lincoln road mall, this restaurant and bar has become a mainstay for locals and tourists alike in its nearly four years of business.  At the helm is Parisian chef Frederic Joulin who arrived in Miami from Paris in 2004.
    Join us during Miami Art Basel week and celebrate with us the best of African Design Iniva has to offer. 
  • Modern African masks

     The traditional African fang masks have a long story behind them.  The Fang people, who are also known as Pahouin or Fan, live between Gabon and Cameroon. Fan people used masks as part of their secret societies rituals. Original Fang masks are large and elongated and usually feature heart-shaped faces with notable and long noses. 

     African Fang masks are commonly used as accents in contemporary decoration but this time the Fang Mask gets a really modern twist thanks to Sophie Pozmentier, the creative mind behind Nassara Design. Pozmentier created a modern version of the traditional Fang mask using resin and cold bright colors. These pieces, made in Burkina Faso, are exclusively sold by Iniva.

     Artist such Carlito Dalceggio and Laolu Senbanjo have collaborated with Pozmentier to create limited edition Sets of Fang Mask.  These limited edition pieces were exposed in Wynwood in 2017 and there are still a few left. 
      Nassara Design masks are the perfect statement piece for a room.  These modern Fang masks are usually used as wall art and they definitely give an African modern decoration accent to those looking for an ethnic modern touch.  




  • Iniva Artist Collaboration with Laolu Senbanjo

      For this first edition of Fangio Masks Artist Collaboration we are happy to announce we will be working with Laolu.

  • Pop-up Store Event

    From New-York to Miami

    November 26 until December 5, 2016

    After a success in New-York, Jinaki is coming to Miami with her Havana Night Collection. Island style for the urban wanderer. A playful mix of form-fitting silhouettes and full skirted dresses shift seamlessly from day into night. Inspired by the cultural diversity of Havana and the uprising rhythms of the Caribbean Sea.

    "JINAKI is for a woman who is proud, fearless, and exudes confidence as she faces the world. It represents a woman who is daring, feminine, conscious, a dreamer, and lover of all things fashion." -  Sharufa Walker, Jinaki creator/designer

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