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Welcome to Binienu

We are Binienu! We believe in the limitlessness of a curious soul. We believe that you are enough and that in your “enoughness”, you can be even more. We want you to reach for the stars, see, conquer… We cater to the actualization of self.

We design for the woman with a rebellious streak, perfectly balancing out her ladylike sophistication with her edgy defiance to mediocrity.

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About Binienu

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OUR STORY

We are Binienu! We believe in the limitlessness of a curious soul.

We believe that you are enough and that in your “enoughness”, you can be even more. We want you to reach for the stars, see, conquer… We cater to the actualization of self. We have pledged to serve the edgy, yet sophisticated lady. With our aesthetic, we have perfectly found the balance between both of these contrasting qualities to make classic investment pieces. Fine lines, structure and balance are expected with us. Aesthetic- post-modern, regal, mildly Gothic.

We design for the woman with a rebellious streak, perfectly balancing out her ladylike sophistication with her defiance to mediocrity. We want the contrasting personalities of edginess and sophistication perfectly displayed aesthetically. Binienu is geared to unleash the fashion-forward, ambitious woman and release her to the fullest of her potentials.

About Our CEO

Kaeto stumbled into designing at the young age of 10. She received 3 yards of mesh fabric for her birthday from a neighbour. A few weeks after the party, her mom saw the fabric dangling in her bedroom and asked what she would like to have made with it. “I don’t know. Let me draw a style”. Those words would usher in a new habit of drawing styles and altering clothes to make them edgier and edgier until at 14, realization dawned and she understood that her endless sketching and altering was a defined job in the fashion industry.

She plans on getting her clear voice heard and taking the story of what it means to be a modern African woman to the world, with an understanding of her design aesthetic.

She took a bold step by quitting her job in January, 2016 to fully run Binienu and it’s been a whirlwind ever since.