Nomads still wander the Mongolian wilderness: hunters, shepherds, shamans. Company founder Zak Profera inserts himself into the narrative with Baatar—Mongolian for “hero”—an assortment of textiles and cushions that reflect the country’s unforgiving and unpredictable terrain. Sayat, a wool-linen blend, evokes piebald markings on the feathers of golden eagles. Ado, a loose and rugged weave of horsehair, linen, and polyester, means “herd”—nodding to the fact that horses frequently outnumber humans in East Asia. Batu symbolizes strength and stability in a linen-wool weave meant to recall the earliest known textiles. In addition, Profera debuts his first-ever blankets—dubbed Yak+Fox— in felted yak wool hand-stitched with cashmere thread. The series also includes made-to- order cushions in fabrics such as Orkhon, a cotton tribute to mountainous terrain, and wool-polyester Amitan, which riffs on resist-dyed patterns.