We have a vision to create timeless pieces for the modern bohemian woman & child that reflect the beauty and freedom of the Australian lifestyle.
Our philosophy is that less is more.
We work ethically and sustainably in India and China with small family owned factories that use ancient techniques such as block carving and hand block printing to create our S L O W conscious pieces.
Our collections are a true representation of our passion for feeling feminine yet comfortable and each piece is carefully curated with a timeless nature, so that you can wear it for seasons to come.
Inspired by vintage treasures and memories under the sun , we want to bring your Alakai spirit to life, no matter where in the world you are.
A second generation jeweller, Gigi Clozeau finds inspiration everywhere – but it's her ability to interpret such influences in a simple way that makes her pieces truly special. Having grown up around her father's jewellery studio in the Marais district of Paris, it would seem fated that she'd eventually found her own bohemian-inflected line.
Delicate chains featuring coloured resin beads are a brand signature and are crafted using a technique invented by her father, Alain. Alongside 18K gold necklaces and bracelets, look out for her distinctive medallions and charm pendants.
Vintage sweatshirts are picked, then cut, sewn, paint splattered, weathered, and generally transformed by our designer. Each one is hand reworked into one of a kind pieces, just for you.
Made of the best fabric exclusively woven by us with modern cut and style. Just like the one you grabbed out of your boyfriend’s closet.
Paris-based designer Calla Haynes grew up in Toronto and moved to New York to attend the Parsons School of Design. With the launch of her namesake label in 2009, Haynes established a fresh balance between refined and relaxed.
The Boucharouite Project": initiatives that focus on two key themes of Sustainable Design - recycling textiles and supporting traditional craft. This includes a collection of rugs made in collaboration with female weavers, and a collection of Babouche slippers handmade in the souk of Marrakesh using upcycled vintage Berber rugs.