Tag: Pants

  • 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…

  • The Boy & I

    The Boy & I

    THE BOY&I is an Australian made and designed high-quality, contemporary fashion label. Mindfully made in small collections, encompassing sustainability throughout the entire process. Using only the highest quality natural fabrics ethically sourced from around the world. Feminine, Seasonless pieces, simplistically designed to take you from season to season. Now including Our Travels Collection. THE BOY&I…

  • Lumi Clothing

    Lumi Clothing

    Lumi Clothing was born from a desire to create beautiful, timeless pieces using sustainable textiles to slow the negative impact of the fashion industry.Since 2006 Lumi’s head designer, Maryna, has been a prominent figure in the Melbourne Fashion Industry. Running boutiques that housed both independent and local designers along with her own first label, Preap…

  • Kumo


    Kumo is an independent women’s clothing label established by Jen Deery in 2015. Our ranges feature original, edgy styles, with a minimalist aesthetic. Kumo’s small run collections are designed and made in Melbourne, with an emphasis on sustainability and minimising waste.https://www.kumoclothing.com.au/

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Dot & Herbey

    Dot & Herbey

    The Dot & Herbey Boutique is an Australian owned and manufactured label. Our pieces are limited and hand crafted, ethically sort and manufactured here in Melbourne from luxurious and unique Japanese and European fabrics.When you purchase an item from Dot & Herbey you are purchasing something that will stand the test of time.https://www.dotandherbey.com/

  • Mim Found Ena

    Mim Found Ena

    Mim Found Ena is an independent design studio. A collaboration of Melbourne made labels – MiM, Ena Designs & Found Textiles. You can see us making our clothes in store and view our wide-range of handmade, handpicked accessories, jewellery, ceramics, artworks & homewares. We provide a range of products that reflect the environmentally conscious values…

  • Honest Studios

    Honest Studios

    Honest Studio’s garments are all made in house. We source the fabric from high-end fashion houses selling their surplus or vintage cloth. Our use of excess fabrics means each collection is sustainable and limited, but that is what makes each piece so special.With comfort at the forefront of our designs, our simple cuts suit all…

  • FuMoso


    “FuMoso” is the Home of Thompson Clothing.The brand is designed, owned and managed by Gail Thompson.Gail has had over 30 years’ experience in the Australian fashion industry. The love of design led to the launch of ‘Thompson Clothing’ in 2002 which continues to hold its place in the Fashion Industry today.All designs are purely Gail’s…

  • 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,…