KAD by Zodiacs - Pisces

KAD by Zodiacs - Pisces

KAD by Zodiacs - Pisces

We're diving into the enigmatic waters of Pisces, the twelfth sign of the zodiac. If you're born between February 19 and March 20, you're part of this mystical crew, swimming through life with empathy, imagination, and a touch of dreaminess. Special feature - we talk about some of our favorite Pisceans and highlight some KAD pieces that we feel embody this mystical persona!

Pisces Flower - The Lotus

Picture two fish swimming in opposite directions—that's Pisces! Ruled by Neptune, the planet of dreams and illusions, Pisceans are known for their deep empathy and intuition. They're the kind of people who seem to understand what you're feeling before you even say a word. Pisces folks are all about exploring emotions and spirituality. They're the creative types, finding inspiration in art, music, and poetry. Their imagination knows no bounds, often taking them to fantastical realms where anything is possible.

5 awesome inspiring Pisces women in art, music, politics and activism:

1. Nina Simone


Nina Simone captivated audiences with her powerful voice and unwavering commitment to social justice, making her an iconic woman whose music continues to inspire and resonate across generations. Her fearless spirit and unparalleled talent challenged societal norms and paved the way for future generations of artists to use their platforms for change.

2. Ruth Bader Ginsburg 

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, affectionately known as the "Notorious RBG," was a trailblazing Supreme Court Justice whose tireless advocacy for gender equality and civil rights reshaped the legal landscape of the United States. Her steadfast determination and unwavering commitment to justice cemented her as an iconic woman whose legacy continues to inspire generations worldwide.

3. Amanda Gorman

Amanda Gorman, the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history, mesmerized the world with her stirring words and impassioned delivery, embodying resilience, hope, and the power of poetic expression. Her eloquence, wisdom, and unwavering advocacy for social justice have made her an iconic woman whose voice resonates with millions, igniting change and inspiring unity.

4. Wanda Sykes


Wanda Sykes, a groundbreaking comedian and actress, has fearlessly challenged societal norms with her sharp wit and unwavering authenticity, paving the way for greater diversity and representation in entertainment. Her outspoken advocacy for LGBTQ+ rights and social justice issues has solidified her as an iconic woman whose impact extends far beyond the stage and screen.

5. Catherine O’Hara

Catherine O'Hara, a versatile actress known for her comedic brilliance and captivating performances, has charmed audiences with her unparalleled talent and timeless wit, solidifying her as an iconic woman in the world of entertainment. Her iconic roles in beloved films and television series have left an indelible mark on pop culture, earning her widespread acclaim and admiration.

Here are some things that remind us of the warm Piscean:

Pisceans are dreamy and empathetic individuals. They are drawn to soft and ethereal colours that reflect their imaginative nature. Shades like sea green, lavender, and soft pink resonate with their emotional depth and create a sense of serenity and tranquillity. Our top KAD picks are the Lena Robe in Aqua Cherries and the Katherine Shirt Dress in Navy Koi. Fun, vibrant, and very reminiscent of the ocean waves and the dreamy creatures within!

For the home-loving soul, the Swan Pillow in Cyan and White Cabana Stripe is a wonderful choice! We also love the Beaded Collar Necklace in Aqua/Bronze Stripe. 

In a world that often feels disconnected, Pisces reminds us of the power of empathy and compassion. They teach us that we're all connected, that our emotions bind us together in ways we can't always see. So, let's raise a glass to Pisces—the dreamers, the mystics, the ones who remind us to dive deep and never lose sight of the magic in the world. In their embrace, we find solace, inspiration, and a gentle reminder that sometimes, it's okay to let our imaginations run wild.