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Designer and creative director Joshua Norbury is on the pathway to creating a denim company with big ambitions. And small amphibians. But more about that
Have you ever bought something online which looked beautiful and seemed the right size, only to realise the website totally over sold the product which
Boody’s journey began with the yearning to “design a more superior essential”. The Sydney-based brand was formed by two families in 2012 – and their
Queensland-based brand Red Ridge the Label is bridging a gap between clothing and culture, shining a spotlight on central western Queensland Aboriginal artists. The women’s clothing
Rebecca Rickard, a Ballardong, Whadjuk woman from the Nyungar Nation combined her passion for op shopping with her drive to connect people to Aboriginal culture
Most people walked out of the hit action movie Taken with some cheap thrills or a new appreciation for what Liam Neeson could do on
Ever wonder what happens to the end-of-roll fabrics used to make the clothes at your favourite stores? These deadstock fabrics – the 5%-10% excess that
Melbourne-based designer Courtney Holm has taken on the colossal challenge of making clothing in a closed-loop fashion. Since launching her label A.BCH in 2017, she’s
Lois McGruer-Fraser is talking to me over the phone from her Melbourne studio while ironing fabrics and directing a seamstress at the same time. Everything
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