Tuk-Tuk Anouk was created in 2013 by Amber Grey Knowles, an Irish English French pirate/nomad descended from the King of the Gypsies. On the birth of her magical little daughter Anouk, she settled in the gate way Narain Niwas Palace in Jaipur, India.
Travelling around the city in tuk-tuks, the little duo started collecting block print fabrics and hand loomed cottons to hand make easy but beautiful baby clothes. From there, orders came in, and Tuk-Tuk Anouk slowly spread around the world, and pioneered the use of floral block prints and hand woven cottons for little people.
The silhouettes are timeless, their fabrics are always unique and their craftsmen vary from Tibetan refugees to Van Gujjar tribesmen and women, to fifteenth generation block printers. They promise fair trade practise, ethical distribution and a large part of their profits benefit the wildlife of whatever location they are currently residing in.
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