The Alley Riot Low Res
The Alley Riot Low Res

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The Alley - Riot - Side on_edited
The Alley - Riot - Side on_edited

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Limited Edition 40 pieces worldwide
Limited Edition 40 pieces worldwide

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The Alley Riot Low Res
The Alley Riot Low Res

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The Alley

The Alley is inspired by the adventurer, who isn't afraid to see what lies at the end of the alley.

We designed this large square shape as a statement piece. It is modern, on-trend and we think rather fabulous!

A unique, limited edition, handmade fabric optical frame by 

The Elusive Miss Lou.

Size: 55 - 16 - 143  Shape: Square

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Austranostalgia

Australia - “...I suppose I could say the same things about growing up in Australia, that anyone, growing up anywhere, could say. It is, and always will be my home. To be specific I remember looking out my window over a field of yellow grass and hearing the slow, hot sound of a magpie cawing. “Ahh, Ahh, Ahhhhhh” Later I discovered the colour and beauty of our country, the exciting people there are to meet, the beautiful places, both natural and man made to visit. The chaos, colour and diversity...” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 14

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Blue Crystal - SOLD OUT

Tahiti - 

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Riot

Mardi Gras - Sydney, Australia - “...Oxford street in Australia’s Sydney is a vibrant place at the dullest of times. The night before Mardi Gras, I could feel the acceptance and bubbling excitement. The parade itself was something to behold. With the backdrop of beautiful Sydney, the colour, excitement, happiness and freedom. It was truly a celebration I was lucky to be a part of…” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 82

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Purple Mosaic

Machu Picchu - Peru - “...Machu Picchu is just downright beautiful. As with all splendid things, the battle to experience it made it even more magnificent. The hike is nothing to sniff at is what I am saying, but once there, the image of humans, like any of us, creating that place brought a tear to my eye. I am so proud to call myself human, in these times I worry that less people share my pride and even less people are deserving of it...” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 199