Ketiketa (girl & boy in Nepali), is a recently-launched French label, specializing in traditional Nepalese textiles and materials. Alia Harbi and Angele Camus started with the aim of working with a traditional fabric named "dumbar kumari", after a Nepalese princess who brought the technique of "block printing" back from India to Nepal in the 19th century. The princess then invented a new textile, wrapping the printed fabric within two layers of finest cotton muslin. Originally used for making shawls, this fabric was soon adapted for children’s clothing. Ketiketa works with natural fabrics and materials in small-scale manufacturing promoting traditional techniques, working with carvers, independent printers, and small sewing workshops, but also with socially motivated industries for women’s development. In this way they ensure high standards of quality together with ethical production principles. Ketiketa’s bohemian chic style is made with exotic prints, delicate colour shades, natural fine fabrics and designs inspired by a blending of cultures.