The result? Jackfruit the Label, an Ethical Clothing Australia-accredited underwear brand based in Byron Bay.
Charada looks after all processes from design to dispatch, including pattern making and dying the fabric all the way through to construction of the garments.
The label is built upon the slow and ethical fashion movement and a desire to show the utmost care for the planet and their workers through minimal waste production methods. As such, all Jackfruit the Label garments are designed, dyed and constructed in house at the Byron Bay, solar powered studio.
Find out more about Charada’s process and Jackfruit the Label in this episode of The Quick Unpick.
The Quick Unpick is brought to you by Ethical Clothing Australia, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their accreditation program and inaugural Ethical Clothing Australia Week. This podcast is produced with assistance from The Content Division. Music is by Brisbane based artist Sasha McLeod, also known as Sycco.