Frock Me Out.
This brand make timeless clothing, designed to make you feel good and made to last. Their unique prints are either designed in-house or created through collaborations with artists and designers. It caters for the anyone who wants to have fun with their wardrobe without skimping on style or comfort. Check out their new Block Party Print Collection, dropping today!
This Mum and Daughter team got sucked deep into the sewing world a few years back. They use materials already available from op shops to create everything from cuddly monkeys to bright western inspired jackets. And the best part is every item has its own uniqueness and is sustainable.
A stylish underwear label and social enterprise, employing women from refugee and migrant backgrounds in their Wellington studio. They use GOTS certified organic cotton, knitted in Melbourne for their briefs and bralettes. And they rigorously test all their clothing, making sure they’re built to last.
Fiona is an illustrator and pattern designer passionate about creating beautiful artworks on fabric, inspired by the botanical world. Digitally printed in Melbourne using water-based ink on natural fibres, all items are then sewn and created in small runs.
An artist and painter living and working on Dharug and Gundungurra land – the Blue Mountains, NSW. Nastia examines the relationship between humans and the plant world. She uses botanical imagery to remind us of the importance of our connection to the natural environment and to each other. Her playful works can be found on her prints and on murals Australia wide.
Mabu Mabu by Nornie Bero.
Led by Chef and owner Nornie Bero, Mabu Mabu is passionate about using native ingredients. Nornie’s currently on a mission to make Indigenous herbs, spices, vegetables and fruits a part of everyone’s kitchen. Check out their range of delicious small batch salts, teas, damper making kits, herbs and sauces online.