This popular Recycled Fleece Tunic is revamped for 2023 with our new Eagle Transformation design. This cozy and soft tunic buttons at both shoulders, has side pockets, is perfect for layering. As seen on cover of NativeMax Magazine 2023 and at Vancouver Fashion Week.
Artwork by Joel Good.
About Ay Lelum: As the next generation of Coast Salish designers working under the guidance of our Elders, we understand the importance of learning in the traditional ways, and we are inspired by combining Coast Salish art, culture, language, textiles and music, thus creating wearable art that embodies West-Coast elegance and Indigenous culture. Our design house draws on the foundation laid by our parents, Sandra Moorhouse-Good and Dr. William Good, who had a successful Coast Salish clothing line in the 1990's labelled Ay Ay Mut, which means "beautiful" in Hul'q'umi'num. Inspired by their 35 years of artistic collaboration, Ay Lelum came to be.
We are also committed to reducing our environmental footprint by not only creating our Coast Salish Couture pieces in our family studio and home in Nanaimo, but in also working with the finest local BC manufacturers for our ready-wear collections that are produced in Canada.
We use eco-friendly and natural fibers whenever possible, such as TENCEL™ , hemp, bamboo, organic cotton, and recycled polyesters as our part in utilizing the highest quality sustainable, natural and recycled fabrics available in our industry as canvas for our artistic design.