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Welcome to 

K​aJa ​



We are more than just the Runway!

Proceeds From purchases support

KaJa Couture Young Ladies of Royalty 

Pageant Program


KaJa Couture Home School Student

Intern Program

About Us!

KaJa Couture, formally known as Kathleen’s Unique Creations,

was established in 2002 by CEO

Sister Kathleen Janice Muhammad.

Sister Kathleen Muhammad created her company out of necessity to have modest attire for herself and her 4 daughters. After receiving so many inquiries and rave reviews about her and her daughters’ attire, her journey into the fashion industry began!

The growth of the company gained the attention of well known Houston Muslim Women organization, @muslimatcollective, which features KaJa Couture Fashion along with other national designers during their annual 

Beyond the Veil Showcase which benefits women shelters and other nonprofits!

KaJa Couture expanded its brand into the pageant industry and founded The Young Ladies of Royalty Pageant Program in 2018. The Program was created to recognize and offer young ladies in the community a platform to showcase their gifts and talents and reward them for all of their hard work! KaJa Couture Pageant Program also partners with Non-profit organizations to offer scholarships to winning contestants. 

For More info

Click Pageant in Menu

In addition to the pageantry program, in 2019, KaJa Couture launched its Home School Student Intern Program that introduces home school students, college interns etc. to all aspects of the fashion industry, entrepreneurship, and more. KaJa Couture partners with non-profit organizations to offer the program free to home school students ages 12-17. 

To learn more, please click the 

Intern Program 

in the menu!

In 2019  KaJa Couture was selected as an 

Up-Coming 2020 Designer 

Sponsorship Recipient 

of the first annual 

Beverly Hills Modest Fashion Week, 

which would have given 

KaJa Couture 

Home School Student Intern Program

the opportunity to SHOWCASE 

with other very influential global designers. 

Due to the 

 Covid-19 pandemic and its drastic impact, the show was postponed till further notice.