Olearia womenswear

Olearia

Olearia is an independent Melbourne-made label with a focus on sustainable and ethical production. Established by Australian female founders Ellen and Laura, all items are made to order in Melbourne, Australia, combining timeless aesthetics with quality manufacturing. To minimise their environmental impact, Olearia use mostly deadstock fabric, woven from natural fibres like cotton, wool, silk and […]

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Klassikoz swimwear

Klassikoz Swimwear

Made for the Australian sun. Klassikoz is a sustainable and ethical swimwear label by Australia designer Annette Gaber. Made from recycled polymer, the swimwear label features classic cuts and timeless aesthetics.

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Ronda handle tote in tan

Minima

Minima is an Australian leather accessories label by artisan and designer Amanda Lee. A focus on contemporary, minimal design, Minima accessories combine function and style for the modern woman that values quality and details. Using responsible craftsmanship and eco-friendly practices, Minima focuses on small batch production and sustainable finishes. All accessories are handcrafted: cut, assembled and sewn […]

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Alexandra King June oversized knit

Alexandra King

Alexandra King is an emerging Australian designer with a focus on luxurious, timeless style for the modern woman. Based in Western Australia, Alexandra founded her namesake label in 2014 with a focus on comfort and style. Using natural New Zealand fibres such as wool, cotton and linen, Alexandra manufactures locally in small batches to avoid […]

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Ricepaper Kasha jumper

Ricepaper The Label

Designed in Australia and ethically made in Bali, Ricepaper The Label is synonymous with versatile and timeless style. Subscribing to a ‘less is more’ approach, Ricepaper produce limited run collections, made from natural and durable fibres.

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Sustainable fashion

Solve Apparel

Designed in Denmark and ethically made in Romania, designer Cristina Dan uses a closed-loop system, which means all clothing can be returned to our ecosystem at the end of its life cycle.

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