Melbourne-born, Uniek offers a curated range of pieces designed to empower women to take on the shifting demands of modern life in the post-2020 world.
Founded by Katherine Gracey, Uniek is the result of her own experience searching for adaptable loungewear that was not only beautiful to wear but that also resonated on a more personal level. She was inspired to create a sustainable and inclusive loungewear label for women who often feel unseen or
unrepresented by the existing offering.
In sizes ranging from 6-16, our first capsule is all made locally from 100% organic, sustainably sourced cotton. Our organic cotton is knitted and dyed in Melbourne.
Uniek's goal is to produce classic, timeless fashion that lasts. We believe in curating beautiful pieces for you, to be worn and cherished by you, to hold that special place in your heart that lasts a dozen seasons and still looks completely fabulous. All our pieces are made with luxe cotton fabrics and designed with elegance in mind, so you can feel comfortable and confident in high quality, long-lasting styles.
We’re here to remind you that real beauty comes from loving yourself, from being comfortable and confident with your style and with letting your differences shine through.
Uniek celebrates every goddess and all of her wonderful differences. Our clothes are designed to champion women and to help them feel their best, most confident and most organically beautiful selves.
We want to empower YOU. We want to connect, diversify and embrace each and every beautiful woman in our growing crew!
Uniek’s first capsule range is limited in run, with more curated drops of styles and colours expected within 2021.
Our goal is to produce classic, timeless fashion that lasts. We believe in curating beautiful pieces for you, to be worn and cherished by you, to hold that special place in your heart that lasts a dozen seasons and still looks completely fabulous.
We use certified organic cotton and our cotton is knitted and dyed in Melbourne, Australia.
Our clothes are made in Melbourne, Australia. We work closely with our suppliers and partners on sustainable practices throughout the supply chain.
Each of our pieces are limited in quantity to ensure we limit wastage and to maximise consumption of fabric.