Eyiwaa Gold


Woman in green polka dot batik dress blending ingredients on kitchen floor.

What do you do? How did you get started?

I do almost everything related to fashion, from making things to wearing them. I am an artist with focus on designing and modelling currently designing and making accessories for my brand, KAYADUA. I started about 7 months ago. Prior to that I was doing a lot of experimenting to know where I wanted to direct my art. 

A woman holding pitcher in well-equipped kitchen with patterned tile floor.

What do you love most about your work?

I love the process most.

Woman in blue polka dot batik dress holding a smoothie, standing before a mirror.
Person wearing a blue and red batik dress with lifted foot holding woven fan, reflected in room mirror.

What are you working on now?

I am currently on myself and my brand for a more clear vision.

Woman wearing a blue and red spotted batik dress, holding a woven fan against a neutral background.
A woman laying on the floor with a blue and red spotted batik dress with her arms raised above her head.

Where do you find inspiration?

Life is my biggest inspiration.

A woman standing in a pattered batik romper white knitting with pink yarn.
Woman focused on knitting, wearing a tan and black batik romper against green wall.

What does a typical day look like for you?

Take time and get myself ready for the day in the morning. Start work anytime from 8 -11am and ends anytime from 7-12pm with an hour break with some reading to end the day.

Person balancing books on a white bucket on the floor while knitting in the corner.
A woman sitting on the floor in a tan and black batik jumper untangling strips of fabric.

Is there any music you’re loving right now?

Oh music , not sure I can pick one but I’m currently listening to anything from Marvin Gaye and Passenger.

Woman sitting on the floor weaving black and yellow fabric strips.

What advice do you have to offer someone who is just starting out?

I will say, learn to hear yourself and listen when you do.