Ke-ti-ke-ta is a play on words in Nepalese! "Keta" means boy. "Keti" means girl. Put together “KetaKeti” means children.

Ketiketa creates beautiful clothes for children - from new born to 12 years old. Beautiful clothes inside and out, made in natural fine fabrics, comfortable to wear, nice to touch, beautiful to look at. 

Ketiketa is an independent French brand founded in 2007 and directed by Alia Harbi, bringing together a team sharing a same clothing philosophy less is more, and a same manufacturing ethic small is beautiful.

Ketiketa collections are designed in Paris and made in small-scale production in Kathmandu. They promote traditional techniques, working intimately with artisans and small sewing workshops, as well as socially aware organisations.

The creative director of Ketiketa is Alia Harby. The idea of a distinctive children clothes brand came with her second son. She now has 3 children. Alia lives and works between Paris and Kathmandu.