Category: Australian Fashion

  • Aileen Greig

    Aileen Greig

    When I first left school, I wanted to train as an apprentice jeweller. When I was told ‘women don’t get apprenticed as jewellers, I went to Art College instead and studied Gold and Silversmithing. This was the start of my long love affair with metal, stones and enamel. Working from my studio on Queensland’s Sunshine…

  • Talkin Feet Studio

    Talkin Feet Studio

    Nestled in the Sunshine Coast, I spend my days immersed in the art of handcrafting shoes, bags, and earrings. From my cozy home workshop, I pour my heart into creating unique pieces that resonate with simplicity, practicality, and most importantly, personal style. My passion lies in crafting shoes that are more than just footwear—they’re statements…

  • Pendragon

    Pendragon

    Pendragon is the designer shoemaking duo Jackie Orme Ward and Adrian Lockwood.Since establishing the label in 1987, Pendragon has been on a journey to create something extraordinary and unique; a quest to bring to life shoes you’d dreamt you might one day find; shoes to desire and delight…..shoes to treasure… We accept commissions from around…

  • Blanket Matters

    Blanket Matters

    Blanket matters was born out of a love of the past. I wanted to bring that love of the past and those happy days to the future. Those happy days when I curled up on a winter’s day in a cozy blanket on a visit to Grandma’s house, with a warm cup of cocoa. Why…

  • Morris Outside

    Morris Outside

    Morris Outside is known by many a Farmer, Gardener or Trades person for manufacturing high quality added protective wear, such as our popular Boot Guard, specialised Gardening glove or Kangaroo Leather High Performance Gloves.We pride ourselves where possible to make or source materials here in Australia. Our Kangaroo leather is sourced from a 5 Generation…

  • Oshala Earthforms

    Oshala Earthforms

    Oshala was born in 2021 with a vision for beautiful earth conscious products, eco-friendly alternatives to body adornments & functional household items.A creative exploration of organic modern art that represents the earth and her forms, the art directly influenced by immediate surroundings and curated from nature itself.Oshala works with a range of textiles, plants, wild…

  • Peak Oil Company

    Peak Oil Company

    I’m creating outdoor clothing and equipment in a home studio in Eldorado, Australia. My products use natural materials like hemp, cotton, silk, wool, leather, fur, beeswax, gum turpentine and linseed oil and avoid plastics, toxic chemicals, harmful dyes, and industrial processes. I’m revisiting old materials and methods and using them in new ways to create…

  • Saul Swags

    Saul Swags

    Saul Swags is proudly owned and operated by Craig Vine from his home in Tawonga, Victoria – a small town at the base of Mount Bogong in North East Victoria.Saul Swags was originally started in Tawonga in 1975 by the business’ namesake, Hal Saul. Hal got his start in the textile industry as a leather…

  • Wootten

    Wootten

    The idea of walking in a father’s footsteps is as old as the art of making shoes itself. It’s the idea on which Wootten is founded. Jess’s dad, Ross Wootten, began making bespoke footwear in the early 1970s in South Australia under the tutelage of Bulgarian Master Craftsman and internationally renowned shoemaker, George Koleff.His son,…

  • Cindy Poole

    Cindy Poole

    “I have created a diverse and unique body of work which has culminated from my desire to create glass forms inspired by the images that are constantly presented from my environment, relationships and experiences.The glass is my canvas through which I can bring some of my thoughts and visions into a visual form that can…