Tag: Accessories

  • Baku Swimwear

    Baku Swimwear

    Baku was founded on the beaches of Sydney, through its original brand Bubbles Beach Co, in 1969. 1995 saw the introduction of the BAKU label and in 1999 the company changed hands to the next generation, brother and sister, Dax & Tamara Bykerk. The owners are also the design duo behind the BAKU brand, crafting…

  • Clive Street

    Clive Street

    Clive Street, named after my father, Robert Clive Curtis, has always been a personal journey. Once born from a love of sewing, has now turned into a passionate interest in sustainable and ethically produced bags and accessories. I am completely self-taught, and am proud of the fact that I can now create stylish, beautiful, and…

  • Paxxy and Flora

    Paxxy and Flora

    My aim with P&F is to help you elevate your everyday moments and spaces through thoughtful purchases.Whether it’s a statement vase as a centre-piece for your table, or a small dish to keep your earrings in, it’s not about just a vase or a bowl. It’s not just about being handmade. It’s about experience. Warmth.…

  • Sister Studio

    Sister Studio

    Not so long ago, we were making clothes for our surrounding sisters and friends, then friends of friends until we had intuitively created SISTER.SISTER was born from the enjoyment Emma and Alice had from hanging out and making things together. The two met years ago when they strutted into each other at the disco. At…

  • Tara Whalley

    Tara Whalley

    Tara Whalley established her self-titled fashion brand in 2015, after returning to Australia after a year of working with war-affected Mayan weavers. It was this time in Guatemala that formed Tara’s painting practice- translating experience into artwork for fabric print and a clear direction for the basis of her fashion signature style. Her collections are…

  • Tilda Cole

    Tilda Cole

    Tilda Cole is a Naarm / Melbourne based artist and jewellery designer. Upon creating her namesake brand Tilda in 2016 she has since completed her BA in Fine Art exploring sculptural practices instilled in her by her father who worked as a bronze sculptor.In addition to her namesake label Tilda has worked as an antique…

  • Pink Oasis

    Pink Oasis

    Discover the magic of PinkOasis, where vibrant colours and playful designs come together to create unique wearable arts.Behind this brand is the husband-and-wife duo, Felicity and Allen. With a passion for nature, people, and colours, they use traditional and digital illustration techniques to craft imaginative textile prints. Indulge in the beauty of handcrafted bags, small…

  • Lil J Haircare

    Lil J Haircare

    Lil J Haircare is a collection of all-natural, Aussie-made hair products packed with nourishing nutrients and ingredients, designed to feed your fabulous.We’re an Aussie-made and owned company, established in 2022 with decades of industry expertise that has helped create incredible clean hair-care products with natural ingredients that are as powerful, healing and pure as our…

  • Le Petit Bouton

    Le Petit Bouton

    Le Petit Bouton is an Australian headwear and accessories label, designed and handmade in our Geelong, Victoria, Australia studio.Inspired by my own babe and the beauty that surrounds us, we create original handmade fashion, prints and designs with a strong focus on quality, comfort and sustainability. From top knot headbands to the sweetest bows, clips,…

  • High Tea with Mrs Woo

    High Tea with Mrs Woo

    High Tea with Mrs Woo is the creative collaboration of sisters – Rowena, Juliana and Angela Foong. Established in 2004, their distinctive designs bridge the space between fashion and clothing, art and craft.Fascinated with the memory of clothing, High Tea with Mrs Woo explores the ability of fashion to unfold a great yarn. They describe…

  • Haus of Dizzy

    Haus of Dizzy

    At the helm of Haus of Dizzy, proud Wiradjuri woman Kristy Dickinson creates bold, playful, statement-making jewellery that celebrates and honours Indigenous culture—imbuing a sense of empowerment and joy within everybody who wears it.Often featuring powerful political and social messages, each Haus of Dizzy piece is designed, laser-cut, hand-painted and assembled in the company’s studio,…

  • Hannakin

    Hannakin

    Hanna has been drawing since she could hold a pencil, as well as constructing, creating and crafting all manner of creatures and miscellaneous bits and bobs with whatever flotsam she could lay her hands on.Hanna completed a Diploma of Visual Arts in 2009, majoring in painting and drawing and incorporating aspects of sewing and textiles…

  • Funky Fun You

    Funky Fun You

    FunkyFunYou is a handmade earring brand, but it is also so much more. FunkyFunYou creates not only jewellery, but a way of thinking and living. Funky living is playful, crafty and sparks creativity. It’s a lifestyle that champions difference, and supports individuality.Each FunkyFunYou product possesses a tiny fantasy world of its own, carrying a meaning…

  • Frske

    Frske

    Founded by Adriana Frescura, Frske draws upon Japanese minimalism and French casual chic to fashion beautifully detailed, trans-seasonal womenswear.We work exclusively with premium, natural fibre fabrics, and apply our signature hemline lengths, longer sleeves and flattering fit to every dress, every top and every pant we create.Committed to ethical, sustainable and transparent practice, each garment…

  • Ebony Bolts

    Ebony Bolts

    All our clothing is Bold – Size Inclusive – Customisable – Original PatternDesigned, Printed and made in Melbourne Australia.Ebony Bolts is on a mission to offer viable and more accessible slow fashion alternatives for the people who are often overlooked or who don’t see themselves in the current market. Don’t worry my friend because we…

  • Denz and Co

    Denz and Co

    We are a small design studio nestled on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, where creativity and sunshine blend seamlessly. At our heart, we are passionate about crafting unique, eye-catching earrings that bring joy and style to your everyday life.With our fingers on the pulse of fashion and a love for all things whimsical, we continuously create…

  • Dancing with Juniper

    Dancing with Juniper

    Dancing With Juniper is an Australian owned and Melbourne based textile house founded by artist and textile designer Hannah Stromberg. Whimsical painterly designs are unique and embody the organic nature of imperfections in the world around us. Our philosophy: beauty lies in the imperfections. Perfect is boring right?Playful yet carefully considered designs, bursting with colour…

  • Bridget Bodenham

    Bridget Bodenham

    Having spent the last 15+ years creating + making within the incredible medium that is clay, it is truly special to over these years become apart of many homes and my pieces be apart of your everyday lives. It is equally as special to see the continual growth and learning I continue to experience every…

  • Virginia Burrow Design

    Virginia Burrow Design

    Unique knitwear designs and handcrafted accessories. Many of my designs are based on pen and paper drawings which have been digitally edited and transformed into a format able to be read by my vintage (1980s) domestic knitting machine. I use a combination of locally sourced fine Australian merino wool and imported yarns to create modern…

  • Karla Cola

    Karla Cola

    KarlaCola the label began when Karla (owner, director, founder and proud mother of 3) found out she was pregnant with her daughter and immediately felt the need to start making her clothes. And so her love of sewing and being creative with clothes began!In 2009, when Karla and her family of 5 moved back to…

  • Magpie Goose

    Magpie Goose

    Aboriginal-owned social enterprise. Contemporary Aboriginal art. Natural fibres. Hand screen-printed textiles. Ethically made in Australia.Proudly Aboriginal owned and led, Magpie Goose is where fashion and social impact comes together.We create unique and wearable garments designed to make a statement while generating economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through creative industries.Owned by Troy…

  • Smitten Merino

    Smitten Merino

    Smitten Merino is a family business born in Hobart in 2007.Husband and wife team Nicola and Carl had a dream to design lightweight merino wool clothing that was stylish, comfortable and practical, and get it manufactured right here in Tasmania. We had recently moved from WA and loved the climate, the people, the whole island,…

  • The Sewloist

    The Sewloist

    Hello! I’m Naomi Huntsman – the “soloist” behind The Sewloist. I spend much of my time mindfully making clothing + accessories in my sewing studio here in West End, Brisbane (Kurilpa, Meanjin).I design, pattern make, cut + sew all pieces to a high quality standard on my beloved industrial sewing machines.⁣ Both my home +…

  • Sandy McLean – Artist

    Sandy McLean – Artist

    Internationally celebrated artist Sandy McLean The Outback Artist, brings to life the beauty and splendour of the Australian outback with her unique use of bright and bold colours…reflected in her paintings and products.Each Sandy McLean legging, tote and duffel bags has a story, showing Sandy’s connection to and love of the outback following a lifetime…