to ALASKA  Accesorios

Since 2014 the brand specializes in the design and construction of accessories to be worn on the head.



Roma / Italy / 2019

Prototype selected in the contest “DIGITAL MADE” of Fondazione Mondo Digitale. 

The prototype cap Aurora consist of a modular 3D printed Cap with the addition of an electronic system that allows the morphology to stand out in the dark through fiber optic.



Our planet,

is a lonely speckin the great and enveloping cosmic darkness.

In our anonymity, in all this vastness

there are no signs of any help outside,

Come save us from ourselves.

Carl Sagan




The editorial ‘Modern Life’ was taken with analog film by Berlin based photographer Luciana Damiao, with the film being made by Matthew Freiheit from 93 Degrees and featured on Subvrt Mag. The election of analog photography and two historical locations as backgrounds, allow art and architecture to be the extra tools that help us explore and understand our connection with creations and designs from the past to the present. The locations are an abandoned and empty building from the seventies, the Bierpinsel, and the populated and full of life Unité d’habitation from Le Corbusier, built in 1957.

Clothing pieces and accessories are by Therapy Recycle & Exorcise.

Hats by Alaska

Model Nati Cerutti 



Nobody is illuminated imagining figures of light, if not doing consciously to his darkness.

C.G. Jung






In the context of Ignacio Fanti's CAUSAL exhibition, the Alaska hats brand and the La Logia Blanca gallery partnered to create a cross between the designer Betiana Pavón's collection and the artist's exposed works. A parade is held in order to generate a dialogue between disciplines that are not displayed together by users. It is the case of Alaska that takes up the idea of the Bauhaus of total art, which incorporates the style language for its pieces, in the productions of handcrafted production, which many cases become unique pieces.



Hidden strategy by imitation of the environment.
Blur of the own figure.


the VOID


About the designer

Betiana Pavón, born in Córdoba, Argentina. She began his approach with the plastic arts at an early age, which determined her vocation and inclination towards design in general. Throughout her professional training he explored in several disciplines, such as architecture, interior design, photography, styling and art direction. She currently resides in the city of Barcelona, developing his project that consists in the revaluation and adaptation of the traditional trade of the headgear to the environment and contemporary context through the incorporation of new materials and technologies in the construction process of his pieces.
Alaska Accessories has been on the market for 5 years, and focuses on the design of accessories to be worn on the head. Since its inception the brand has strived to create accessories that identify with its carrier, in an artisanal way. At present, the project is mutating towards a performatic concept, where the piece not only connects aesthetically and functionally with the user, but also through the electronics can interact with it.