Rieka + Tribal Parks


Louve Design is 100% committed to creating sustainable and ethical clothing. With that comes the responsibility to support the communities we live and work in. 

This is why we are partnering with Tla-o-qui-aht Nation’s Tribal Parks located in Tofino, British Columbia. 

Louve Design will donate 100% of the proceeds from the sale of our Rieka ‘Indigenous Lives Matter’ t-shirts, designed by Indigenous artist Ivy Amy Tah-ya Cargill-Martin to Tribal Parks.

The Tla-o-qui-aht Nation has a long history of working towards a sustainable future for generations to come and protecting the sacred relationship they’ve had with the land for over 5,000 years.
The nation has a hard-fought history with logging companies protesting the protection of their home from ruin -- a stunning, ripe rainforest along coastal B.C.

Tribal Park’s battle to protect their land is long from being over. The caretakers and guardians of the land have set out to maintain the same pressure practiced by their elders to fight against governments imposing laws and destroying land that is rightfully theirs.

Helping salmon survive, building renewable energy sources and ensuring everyone has access to clean drinking water are all part of Tribal Park’s conservation efforts. Tla-o-qui-aht Nation aims to bring back the cultural protocols and teachings to live in balance. Not just sustainably, but abundantly as their ancestors did.


The Rieka collection is a sustainable, unisex, art, surf & skate brand inspired by the North Pacific coast. 
Tofino is home to Louve Design’s exclusive Rieka brand and as an expression of our gratitude, we hope you’ll join us in our mission to revitalize the biodiversity of this lush land. 

1% of the proceeds from the entire Rieka store sales to Tribal Parks.

At the heart of what we do at Louve Design, we want to treat our environment with respect and care. By purchasing items from the Rieka collection, you too are following a path to a more sustainable future.

A special Thank you to our ambassador Shayla Oulette Stonechild, founder of Matriarch Movement for helping us raise awareness for Tribal Park.