SUSTAINABLY SOURCED ~ TIMELESSLY DESIGNED ~ LOCALLY MADE

Welcome to my new Collection, Inspired by iconic pieces reimagined in new contemporary ways, combining my British heritage, Japanese influences and Americana home life together, to create thoughtfully designed timeless pieces that will not fall apart and wear out, in fact gain character over time. Take care of yourself and your clothes.

This collection features a signature print designed in collaboration with world famous Tattoo artist Maki Hori. Named “Goldfish”.

Fully Inclusive Unisex Brand - Wear what you love and makes you happy, thats the only rule.

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MADE TO ORDER ✂️

Reducing the amount of waste when producing our product is a fundamental part of our company ethos. Produced here in L.A. giving us the flexibility and access to create items with a fast turnaround, on demand. This is the future of sustainable fashion.

Change your perspective, become a believer, support a movement & look spectacular doing it!

You are invited to join us on this journey.

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MAKI X MIYAZAKI

This Seasons signature print collaboration with world famous Japanese Tattoo artist Maki Hori. Being creative feeds the soul and sharing that experience is something like no other.

We created a Print from hand drawn Illustrations and Kanji.

The Goldfish..... a symbol of prosperity! Let us all be prosperous in love and life!

MAKI x MIYAZAKI - Shop Collaboration

Maki & Miyazaki Print Collaboration Silky Button downMaki & Miyazaki Print Collaboration Silky Button down
Maki x Miyazaki LeggingsMaki x Miyazaki Leggings
  • DEAD STOCK FABRICS

    These fabrics are usually left over from Mills or Designers. They are discarded due to unwanted designs or over production. I source this type of fabric from the local market in DTLA's fashion district. Where there are many re-sellers of dead stock inventory.

  • THRIFTED FABRICS

    Fabrics that are in garment form. Ton's of garments go into landfills every day. I love to incorporate RE:BUILT pieces into each collection. Finding new ways to up-cycle and create unique one of a kind items that still have so much more lfe to give.

  • NATURAL FIBRE FABRICS

    Whenever possible I use natural fibre fabrics such as cotton, silk & rayon. These fabrics are better for the environment as they biodegrade. additionally natural fibres are usually dyed with non toxic dyes. Using these types of fabrics helps reduce the amount of micro-plastics shredded into the environment.