Ecoluxe Headbands and Headwraps

Each piece in the collection is created from raw, organic eucalyptus fiber, hand dyed by Taylor and her team of artisan women.  Beyond the exceptional quality of each piece, our consideration and care is expressed in a profound commitment to responsible sourcing and sustainable practice.


Taylor Alexandria is an elevated headband and headwrap label based in Los Angeles/Miami. The brand creates sophisticated pieces with a focus on sustainable, timeless, minimal designs that are both unique and classic.Each line is hand made using a consistent foundation of the highest quality botanical material—yielding pieces that can be worn through many seasons. Established in 2016, TAYLOR ALEXANDRIA offers headbands,headwraps and fullsize wraps which have become a favoriteamong athletes, celebrities and influencers.

Taylor Alexandria

The Process

The process of hand-dying each headband and headwrap requires pre-cision and skill. Our fabric is derived from renewable wood sources in a closed loop process from sustainable eucalyptus and beech wood sources in Austria/neighboring countries. The fabric is sent from Europe to our studio where we cut and sew the fabric into the finished product. The headbands are intricately dyed into wearable art by Taylor and her team of artisan women from Vietnam, Nicaragua, New York, and Italy. It takes anywhere from 2-3 days to complete the color setting process. Designed for sensuality yet engineered with environmental respon-sibility. The headband and headwrap set the standard of sustainabil-ity and conscious luxury fashion with its silky smoothness, liquid-like drape. Due to the botanical fabric and the natural dye, each headband/wrap is considered one of a kind. All our pieces are made in the USA.

Quality First

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Organic Tencel

Plant Based Dyes

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About The Author

Sara Nardea is no stranger to the art world, selling her own paintings and curating exhibitions -- from pop art to abstraction and now to art journalism, she is bringing her New York success to the up-and-coming Miami scene. Sara is now a contributing writer and editor at L'Etage Magazine.

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