In a new interview with Fashionista, Saab design school graduate Kanga Kambala says she’s excited to work in the fashion industry.
“It’s very exciting to be able to work with such an iconic brand,” she told the magazine.
“Saab has been in the design and fashion industry for over 30 years.
This is the beginning of a new era for us, and we look forward to working with the brand.”
The brand is currently in the process of launching the brand’s first-ever clothing line, and Kanga hopes to be the first female designer to take the helm.
“We are going to create something special and different from what we are used to.
We are going the traditional route and going to be using traditional fabrics and creating a brand with an identity that will stand out.
This means that I want to be part of something that stands out,” she said.
“I want to stand out in a new way and create something unique.
It is really exciting and I am very happy.”
Kanga is one of many fashion designers who are now working in the industry.
Last year, the US-based fashion designer Donda Lippman earned rave reviews for her designs for the women’s and men’s collections for LVMH and Chanel.
This year, Lippm’s work was featured on the cover of the Vogue.
Lippman’s work has garnered praise from fashion insiders for her bold designs.
“Donda is so talented, she has an incredible sense of direction,” designer Julie Snyder told the fashion magazine.
“Donda’s work is beautiful, elegant, and it is very well executed,” designer Sophie Mottram said of her designs.
“Her design for Chanel L’Oréal is absolutely beautiful, her pieces for Vogue are exquisite and it’s absolutely amazing to see the way she dresses in such a unique way.
She has a very unique approach to designing.”
In addition to being an iconic designer, Kanga is also a fashion designer who was also instrumental in the founding of the fashion designer school.
In her autobiography, The Girl Who Changed Fashion, Kambal talks about her early experience working in fashion.
“I worked at a small design school in Lahore, Pakistan, for two years.
I studied for four years at a design school called the Ville, in the UK, and then went to work at Saab in Sweden for two months,” she wrote.
“At Saab, I worked on fashion projects and fashion accessories for the brand and also worked with some designers at Saak Fashion.
After working at Saas a few years, I decided to leave the design school and go back to school to design.”
Despite having a career in fashion, Kama says she still wants to make a difference.
“As a fashion student, I wanted to change the world for the better.
I wanted people to know about me, to know that I was the one that made them believe in the beauty of fashion.
I was going to make them believe that there is something beautiful in the world and it can be beautiful, too,” she continued.
“Being a designer is very important to me.
I want people to have a bigger vision and be inspired by me.”
Saab will launch its first- ever collection at Paris Fashion Week later this year.
You can follow the brand on Instagram and Twitter for more information on the collection.