About

Mina Kaye was a born rebel. With a different vision, style, and attitude! After completing the school of choreography, her free spirit takes her on a tour around the world. Coming back after spending nearly two years in Asia , she found herself on the movie set of the film Spartacus, an event, that will become a life changer for her. Since then, her path moves between Film, Art and TV advertising. Her professional career leads her naturally to fashion with establishing of the famous deconstructed label MARIA QUEEN MARIA,
a highly recognized brand all over the world!
Mina Kaye is fashion designer, renown stylist and professional film and advertising costume designer. Her visionary work has been highly recognized in the last ten years. Mina holds several prestigeous awards including Designer of the year for 2010.
In 2009 Mina Kaye founded the deconstructed fashion brand MARIA QUEEN MARIA creating a revolution in the fashion industry. Nowadays Mina’s creative designs are sold worldwide in places like the US, Japan, Australia, Dubai and the EU.

Work

MOVIES & TV SERIES
COMMERCIALS
MUSIC VIDEOS
EDITORIALS

Awards

Awards

2017

Mina is a costume designer of the historical drama HEIGHTS – the most watched movie since 2010. The film revealed the modern face of Bulgarian cinematography.


2011

Mina Kaye is a costume designer of the hit series UNDERCOVER – the most successful Bulgarian television product if all time, sold in numerous countries worldwide.


2009

Mina was costume designer for the very successful British-Bulgarian movie Mission London staring Alan Ford and Thomas Arana, for which she won the award Woman of the Year 2010.


2007

The film Rabbit Troubles 2 was in the official selection of the 46th Cannes Film Festival with Mina as a costume designer.


2006

She was nominated for stylist of the year by the Pantene Beauty Awards.


2005

She was nominated for stylist of the year by the Pantene Beauty Awards.

Contact

Keep in touch
+359 888 260 771
mina.kae@gmail.com
43 “Gotse Delchev” boulevard, bl. 78, ap. 67
“Maria Queen Maria” fashion store, “Rakovski” 193