Rollick's roots took hold in 1977 when Anika's grandma fell in love with the world. Inspired by her travels, she and her daughter Kristin opened their first shop, selling handmade clothes and folk art. Thirty four years of business and global exploration later, our shop in Atlanta is continuing the family tradition.

Rollick means to move in a carefree way and defines us from concept to creation. Our line is born from a reverence of comfort, style and play - and like those who wear them, every piece is an individual. Produced in Bali, many of our fabrics are hand painted or dyed using freehand, tie dye, batik and shibori techniques. We've always maintained ethical manufacturing practices along with a certain lightheartedness, so that everyone involved, from the artisan to the wearer, has a love for our work and what comes of it.

Our collections are made for versatility and many items are convertible. Designs range from artful, hip and colorful to easy sophistication. We typically use natural rayon, silk, voile and soft cottons, which are made to move as you do. So move freely - within the clothes you choose to wear, around the planet and outside the lines. We hope you enjoy our clothing as much as we do creating it.


Fabric drying from a bamboo ceiling

Pure powder dye

Balinese rice fields