Originally established as a trade house, Kozak quickly developed into a fashion house, designing and manufacturing fashion accessories and apparel for the Australian market.
With five labels now under the Kozak name, Kiik, Kiik Luxe, Dashiki, None the Richer and Lost Pigeon all unique in their own way, featuring accessories, resort wear and young apparel.
Head Designer Ulyana Gold Bezeruk whose manic mind is relentlessly spawning ideas was inspired by Spanish & African influences for the resort label Dashiki that takes you on a journey of the world’s exotic locations with the bright and bold colours and hues.
Kiik and Kiik Luxe offer an innovative range of quality accessories and outwear that are both unique and affordable. As new stock arrives frequently, Kiik provides luxury products that are on trend and in demand.
Lost Pigeon is a result of the enfant terrible mind of Yuri Bezeruk and feeds its distinctive ideas from an eccentric imagination with music and hum of the street producing the ultimate street style youth apparel. Lost Pigeon’s quirky designs and vast array of kooky accessories that range from skulls to sewing kits give you the freedom of individual artistic expression that creates your own personal style.
A combination of rock, pop, glam, grunge and a whole lot of mess that makes you feel like dancing in the street, independent label None the Richer answers your design dreams. With a meticulous eye for detail and credible craftsmanship, Ulyana creates None the Richer on emotion combining contradicting aesthetics to conjure accessories and apparel that exemplify elegant femininity, radiate confidence, cause confusion and attain sophistication with an unruly attitude.
To ensure exclusivity and quality of this enviable range of offbeat women’s wear, a lot of the designs are assembled in Australia taking elements from diverse characteristics and melding them together for those who never coloured within the lines, the collection is stacked with statement pieces for those who wear their art on their sleeves.
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