Our Story


Behind The Scenes 

What Is ANAX?

The term ANAX is an ancient Greek word for tribal chief, lord, or leader. It is a Greek title transitionally translated as “King”. We believe that everyone should feel they are worthy of royalty with every stride they take. Fashion is a major part of our everyday life and has a huge influence on how we feel about ourselves, mentally and physically. We believe that when you look good, you feel good too, bringing positivity and a glowing energy alongside.


Our Vision

We are inspired by creativity, quality, and design. Bringing unique and honest investment pieces to life is what drives us. Revolutionizing the line between luxury and streetwear, we are here to ensure you live the royal life you've always envisioned.

Hand Picked Fabrics

We work endlessly behind the scenes to source out all of our own premium fabrics to ensure our customers are buying into something few and far between.

In House Design

Product designs for all clothing is constructed in house by our design team, making certain that every detail delivers a raw and honest collection.

Made To Fit

Our fit is of central importance. Every design is thoroughly reviewed to ensure a precise and tailored fit made just for you.

Bigger Than Us

We believe we are much bigger than ourselves and not only do we feel we have a responsibility to give back, but we want to be apart of change and have a positive impact on the world. Every month we donate 2% of sales to the LAM Foundation. Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) is a rare, cystic lung disease that primarily affects young women. Lymphangioleiomyomatosis causes progressive shortness of breath and recurrent pneumothoraces. LAM is caused by mutations in tuberous sclerosis genes. ANAX founder Taylor Joseph knows the struggle and emotions one endures while dealing with this illness and has witnessed it most of his life when his mother was diagnosed with LAM. His goal with ANAX is too help all women around the world suffering from this illness a fighting chance. Donations go to support research in finding safe and effective treatments and ultimately a cure for Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM).