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Mandi Barton Design
Mandi is an Aboriginal multidisciplinary artist and designer, Mandi’s designs explore culture through belonging and pride, strengthening identity and connections.
Urvara
SOURCING is global and local for us. We work with some of the biggest and best textile manufacturers that invest in sustainable high-tech and new-age materials, as well as artisan and boutique spinners and weavers engaged in traditional craftsmanshi.

We love fashion.

WE are a sustainable fashion sourcing company. Our head office is in Perth, WA and our operations centre is based in Chennai, with a pan India vendor network.

We believe that effort and good people makes change.

We work with the right partners who act consistently. They implement Fairtrade, adhere to compliance, invest in new technologies, recycle and reuse, revive crafts and respect human life.

Much like the diverse culture of our land, we work together to achieve our goal: to make fashion climate-neutral.

WA
Langford

We love fashion.

WE are a sustainable fashion sourcing company. Our head office is in Perth, WA and our operations centre is based in Chennai, with a pan India vendor network.

We believe that effort and good people makes change.

We work with the right partners who act consistently. They implement Fairtrade, adhere to compliance, invest in new technologies, recycle and reuse, revive crafts and respect human life.

Much like the diverse culture of our land, we work together to achieve our goal: to make fashion climate-neutral.

WA
Langford
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Clair Helen
Clair Helen Parker is a Tiwi woman, born and raised in Darwin. She is a visual artist, graphic designer, costume designer and fashion designer based in Perth, WA. Clair has had a flourishing career in design, since graduating from the Whitehouse In

Clair Helen the label has recently released a collection called 'Veins'. Veins is a sustainable collection made up of natural fibres from cottons, linen and silks. It is a collection that pays respect to the country. Veins is about the natural roots of the earth connecting throughout the country. As Clair grew up on Larrakia Country the colours represent hues of the sunset when it rises over the Northern Australian landscape.

WA
Perth

Clair Helen the label has recently released a collection called 'Veins'. Veins is a sustainable collection made up of natural fibres from cottons, linen and silks. It is a collection that pays respect to the country. Veins is about the natural roots of the earth connecting throughout the country. As Clair grew up on Larrakia Country the colours represent hues of the sunset when it rises over the Northern Australian landscape.

WA
Perth
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Mob In Fashion
Mob In Fashion is a First Nations led creative agency within the Australian fashion industry.

Mob in Fashion exists to elevate First Nations voices and representation ‘behind the scenes’ in the fashion industry. The program equips First Nations creatives with learning and training placements, networking and relationship-building opportunities, and pathways to paid work and scholarships. Mob in Fashion is First Nations-led and leading the way, providing meaningful and culturally grounded learning experiences.

Importantly, Mob in Fashion is reminding everyone that First Nations people are not just the subjects of stories, but we are the original storytellers. And we belong in every part of the fashion system.

VIC
Preston

Mob in Fashion exists to elevate First Nations voices and representation ‘behind the scenes’ in the fashion industry. The program equips First Nations creatives with learning and training placements, networking and relationship-building opportunities, and pathways to paid work and scholarships. Mob in Fashion is First Nations-led and leading the way, providing meaningful and culturally grounded learning experiences.

Importantly, Mob in Fashion is reminding everyone that First Nations people are not just the subjects of stories, but we are the original storytellers. And we belong in every part of the fashion system.

VIC
Preston
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Anne Farren
Fashion & Textile Creative | Artist, designer and maker. Researcher and Exhibition curator.

Anne Farren is a creative with a long standing practice investigating the application of materials and forms in the space between art and design. She is an advocate for sustainable practice through the application of circular principles.

WA
Ardross

Anne Farren is a creative with a long standing practice investigating the application of materials and forms in the space between art and design. She is an advocate for sustainable practice through the application of circular principles.

WA
Ardross
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Miimi & Jiinda
Miimi and Jiinda is an Indigenous Australian Art and Design label founded in 2018 by mother-daughter duo Lauren Jarrett and Melissa Greenwood. Combining traditional painting, weaving, multi media artworks and now fashion made here on Gadigal Land.

Melissa and Lauren hail from the Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti, and Bundjalung tribes of Australia’s East Coast, often referred to as “Saltwater Country.” For both mother and daughter, their art has been a powerful medium for healing intergenerational trauma.Miimi and Jiinda has collaborated with some iconic Australian brands such as Adairs, SEED and Jurlique, and their work has been featured on Channel 9’s, The Block, Vogue and Harpers Bazaar. Passionate about their Culture, Country and giving back, Melissa and Lauren are actively involved in community and supporting local efforts to preserve heritage and language also shown through their literacy and writing projects.

NSW
Hyland Park

Melissa and Lauren hail from the Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti, and Bundjalung tribes of Australia’s East Coast, often referred to as “Saltwater Country.” For both mother and daughter, their art has been a powerful medium for healing intergenerational trauma.Miimi and Jiinda has collaborated with some iconic Australian brands such as Adairs, SEED and Jurlique, and their work has been featured on Channel 9’s, The Block, Vogue and Harpers Bazaar. Passionate about their Culture, Country and giving back, Melissa and Lauren are actively involved in community and supporting local efforts to preserve heritage and language also shown through their literacy and writing projects.

NSW
Hyland Park
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Carmen Jackson Art
Here at Carmenjacksonart.com, I realise that style and prosperity begin with the correct shoes and a bright bold fashion piece that creates a statement.

Carmenjacksonart.com likewise understands that effectively finding the size and style to meet your requirements is vital to your web-based shopping knowledge.

Carmen Jackson Art was started from Carmen's Artworks. The business is intended for women, men, and children worldwide with the market taste for modern cuts and Aboriginal designs in high demand streetwear and high end fashion in edgy original designs in clothing, shoes, boots and high end art pieces that embrace and celebrate our Country and our Ancestors.

Since beginning my web-based business website in 2023, Carmenjacksonart has been endeavouring to present to you that perfect shopping experience.

Carmenjacksonart has a guarantee that my brand upholds high quality fashion and lasting comforatble shoes conveying hard-to-discover styles, sizes, and widths since realising that each individual needs contrast.

Whether you’re experiencing issues looking over the vast determination of different fashion and shoes or have a straightforward inquiry, my client customer service is prepared and willing to help.

This is the reason Carmenjacksonart will take a stab at 100% consumer loyalty, offer a 100% value coordinate guarantee and additionally making a bold fashion statement.

Next time you require another match of kicks for this experience we call life, Carmenjacksonart is here to ensure that you get the kick ass out of each pair of shoes and fashion you order.

Regardless of whether you are looking for that custom fit or have needs in requirements, let Carmenjacksonart.com enable you to choose a fitting pair of shoes or fashion piece that you can wear all day with confidence.

Carmenjacksonart maintains a mission to keep on rousing individuals to feel better…an aim to put feet with bold fashion first.

In 2023, CarmenJacksonArt will use the contract signed from Flying Solo to open a high-end Aboriginal Fashion Store in New York and continue this contract to become a worldwide famous Aboriginal Fashion Designer and Artist.

In 2023, CarmenJacksonArt will use the contract signed from Flying Solo to have my own high end fashion runway show showcasing Aboriginal custom designs in Paris Fashion Week 2023 in France.

By 2030, my company intends to reach one million paying users on my website and increase my sales.

By 2050, it expects to reach 50 million people worldwide with creating Indigenous clothing fashion designs for mass production in my own business store or stakeholder/ franchises in Australia.

Always was always will be..........

"I can always DREAM" By CarmenJacksonArt

NSW
Tumbi Umbi

Carmenjacksonart.com likewise understands that effectively finding the size and style to meet your requirements is vital to your web-based shopping knowledge.

Carmen Jackson Art was started from Carmen's Artworks. The business is intended for women, men, and children worldwide with the market taste for modern cuts and Aboriginal designs in high demand streetwear and high end fashion in edgy original designs in clothing, shoes, boots and high end art pieces that embrace and celebrate our Country and our Ancestors.

Since beginning my web-based business website in 2023, Carmenjacksonart has been endeavouring to present to you that perfect shopping experience.

Carmenjacksonart has a guarantee that my brand upholds high quality fashion and lasting comforatble shoes conveying hard-to-discover styles, sizes, and widths since realising that each individual needs contrast.

Whether you’re experiencing issues looking over the vast determination of different fashion and shoes or have a straightforward inquiry, my client customer service is prepared and willing to help.

This is the reason Carmenjacksonart will take a stab at 100% consumer loyalty, offer a 100% value coordinate guarantee and additionally making a bold fashion statement.

Next time you require another match of kicks for this experience we call life, Carmenjacksonart is here to ensure that you get the kick ass out of each pair of shoes and fashion you order.

Regardless of whether you are looking for that custom fit or have needs in requirements, let Carmenjacksonart.com enable you to choose a fitting pair of shoes or fashion piece that you can wear all day with confidence.

Carmenjacksonart maintains a mission to keep on rousing individuals to feel better…an aim to put feet with bold fashion first.

In 2023, CarmenJacksonArt will use the contract signed from Flying Solo to open a high-end Aboriginal Fashion Store in New York and continue this contract to become a worldwide famous Aboriginal Fashion Designer and Artist.

In 2023, CarmenJacksonArt will use the contract signed from Flying Solo to have my own high end fashion runway show showcasing Aboriginal custom designs in Paris Fashion Week 2023 in France.

By 2030, my company intends to reach one million paying users on my website and increase my sales.

By 2050, it expects to reach 50 million people worldwide with creating Indigenous clothing fashion designs for mass production in my own business store or stakeholder/ franchises in Australia.

Always was always will be..........

"I can always DREAM" By CarmenJacksonArt

NSW
Tumbi Umbi
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Eco Fashion Week Australia
Provide International platform for sustainable fashion community , brands , individual designers and design students in Australia.

Established 2017, artist run initiative founded by Perth visual artist and designer Zuhal Kuvan-Mills . EFWA ( Eco Fashion Week Australia ) features fashion runway shows, Fashion Art exhibitions, designer talks, work shops , seminars , Community awards and Focus on Sustainability, slow fashion and environment . Currently world's largest and longest Eco Fashion Week event.

WA
Brigadoon

Established 2017, artist run initiative founded by Perth visual artist and designer Zuhal Kuvan-Mills . EFWA ( Eco Fashion Week Australia ) features fashion runway shows, Fashion Art exhibitions, designer talks, work shops , seminars , Community awards and Focus on Sustainability, slow fashion and environment . Currently world's largest and longest Eco Fashion Week event.

WA
Brigadoon
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Kate Design
I am inspired by all things DESIGN! Collaborating and working on creative projects is at the core of Kata Design.

As part of the Kata Design brand, I am working on delivering services and creating products that you can love and use. Customisation of products, services and project requirements are available upon request.

I have worked as a designer for 25+ years and would love to help you see your brand or business come to life through the varying design communication channels available. Custom and commission work is so inspiring so if you have a project, you would like help with then please contact me.

My e-shop has a selection of illustration prints in varying formats available for sale.
Most of my illustration posts on instagram are printable, or Kata Design can create a commissioned piece.

Victoria
Yarraville

As part of the Kata Design brand, I am working on delivering services and creating products that you can love and use. Customisation of products, services and project requirements are available upon request.

I have worked as a designer for 25+ years and would love to help you see your brand or business come to life through the varying design communication channels available. Custom and commission work is so inspiring so if you have a project, you would like help with then please contact me.

My e-shop has a selection of illustration prints in varying formats available for sale.
Most of my illustration posts on instagram are printable, or Kata Design can create a commissioned piece.

Victoria
Yarraville
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Jarawee
JARAWEE infuses Cultural First Nation designs into Modern Day fashion. Bringing Cultural and spiritual connection to country through JARAWEE designs on fabric to evening wear and now Tailored Women suits.

JARAWEE Personalises and customises hand painted heels, handbags and clutches, item provided by client.

Queensland
Kuranda

JARAWEE Personalises and customises hand painted heels, handbags and clutches, item provided by client.

Queensland
Kuranda
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Kimbralou
Kimbralou is a sustainable fashion brand that salvages then customises thrifted pieces to create exclusive designs underpinned by social and political awareness. The designs show shift towards nonbInary fashion in a circular economy

The sustainable behaviours underpinning kimbralou are the actions of salvaging, recycling, reassembling for reuse, reuse as is, achieving longevity of use, sharing for maximal use, creating heirloom pieces and active repair of misuse.

The design process starts with salvaging discarded textiles. At the pre salvaging phase, the discarded textiles have to pass a strict criteria for being ‘next level’ in their virgin state.

To ultimately achieve a customised exclusive piece, the principles of reusing and reassembling is applied. The customised piece is then reintroduced into the garment life cycle as a one of one statement design.

kimbralou pieces are customised to have the one of a kind and fierce edge guarantee, with the ultimate objective of minimising disposal potential by the owner.

There has been validating feedback that owning a kimbralou piece evokes positive comments from others and usually enquiry as to where to buy the piece follows. As all kimbralou pieces are guaranteed to be one of a kind, the ‘owner’ has satisfaction knowing they are ‘owning’ a desired piece that no one else can ‘own’.

The pieces are for rule breakers. Spirit lightness and fun emanates from the kimbralou pieces as style is redefined as undefined.

Essentially kimbralou has a validated history of going beyond presenting superficial looks and instead favours showcasing deeper values pivoting around sustainable inclusiveness in diversity. In fact the pieces are all as unique as every human on earth
who tend to select them to express their freedoms, sexuality or individuality.

A very powerful validation of the brands value system outcomes occurred when it was announced, by Vogue, as the Afterpay Australian Fashion Week ‘22 winner of the Inclusive by Design Program. This accolade was given after a panel of esteemed fashion industry leaders scrutinised the physical kimbralou pieces and explored for evidence of brand value objectives and outcomes.

Ultimately, the brand has swiftly emerged as a validated brand that consistently delivers
fabulous examples of how once discarded fashion and haberdashery items can be taken apart and reassembled into a statement piece.

The common denominator underpinning the majority of kimbralou is to creatively restore to prolong garment life in the context of slow fashion.

QLD
Brisbane

The sustainable behaviours underpinning kimbralou are the actions of salvaging, recycling, reassembling for reuse, reuse as is, achieving longevity of use, sharing for maximal use, creating heirloom pieces and active repair of misuse.

The design process starts with salvaging discarded textiles. At the pre salvaging phase, the discarded textiles have to pass a strict criteria for being ‘next level’ in their virgin state.

To ultimately achieve a customised exclusive piece, the principles of reusing and reassembling is applied. The customised piece is then reintroduced into the garment life cycle as a one of one statement design.

kimbralou pieces are customised to have the one of a kind and fierce edge guarantee, with the ultimate objective of minimising disposal potential by the owner.

There has been validating feedback that owning a kimbralou piece evokes positive comments from others and usually enquiry as to where to buy the piece follows. As all kimbralou pieces are guaranteed to be one of a kind, the ‘owner’ has satisfaction knowing they are ‘owning’ a desired piece that no one else can ‘own’.

The pieces are for rule breakers. Spirit lightness and fun emanates from the kimbralou pieces as style is redefined as undefined.

Essentially kimbralou has a validated history of going beyond presenting superficial looks and instead favours showcasing deeper values pivoting around sustainable inclusiveness in diversity. In fact the pieces are all as unique as every human on earth
who tend to select them to express their freedoms, sexuality or individuality.

A very powerful validation of the brands value system outcomes occurred when it was announced, by Vogue, as the Afterpay Australian Fashion Week ‘22 winner of the Inclusive by Design Program. This accolade was given after a panel of esteemed fashion industry leaders scrutinised the physical kimbralou pieces and explored for evidence of brand value objectives and outcomes.

Ultimately, the brand has swiftly emerged as a validated brand that consistently delivers
fabulous examples of how once discarded fashion and haberdashery items can be taken apart and reassembled into a statement piece.

The common denominator underpinning the majority of kimbralou is to creatively restore to prolong garment life in the context of slow fashion.

QLD
Brisbane
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Petit Jardin Couture
Petit Jardin Couture produces individually hand crafted baby christening gowns, baptismal, little girls couture dresses and bespoke women formal wear.

At Petit Jardin Couture, every garment is individually designed and handcrafted with high standard. We use luxurious fabrics and fine accessories.

At Petit Jardin Couture, every garment is individually designed and handcrafted with high standard. We use luxurious fabrics and fine accessories.

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Tamara Design Services
Your Fashion and Graphic Design Partner

Tamara Design Services can help with all your design needs. Whether it be Creative Direction, Design of your next collection, textile prints or some other type of design, dip in and out of what you need. We like clients to feel we are an extension of their business.
We specialise in the fashion and textiles industry but we are not limited to that.
For information, estimates and turn around times, contacts us.

Victoria
Reservoir

Tamara Design Services can help with all your design needs. Whether it be Creative Direction, Design of your next collection, textile prints or some other type of design, dip in and out of what you need. We like clients to feel we are an extension of their business.
We specialise in the fashion and textiles industry but we are not limited to that.
For information, estimates and turn around times, contacts us.

Victoria
Reservoir
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Brittany Wyper
Brittany Wyper is a designer and visual artist working in pencil illustration, textile printmaking and graphic design.

Brittany's practice spans drawings, textile printmaking, graphic design, creative consultation, branding design, content marketing, advertising, merchandise, video, visual research, hand drawn typography and vinyl record design.

NSW
Sydney

Brittany's practice spans drawings, textile printmaking, graphic design, creative consultation, branding design, content marketing, advertising, merchandise, video, visual research, hand drawn typography and vinyl record design.

NSW
Sydney
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Ryota Matsumoto Interdisciplinarity Design Studio
Interdisciplinary Design and Media Production

Ryota Matsumoto is an artist, educator, designer, cultural programmer, urban planner, and architect. As a media theorist, he is highly recognized as the godfather and iconic prime mover of the postdigital culture.

Born in Tokyo, he was raised in Hong Kong and Japan. He received a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007 after his studies at the Architectural Association in London and Mackintosh School of Architecture, the Glasgow School of Art in the early 90s. Over the years, he has studied with Manuel DeLanda, Vincent Joseph Scully Jr., Cecil Balmond, and Giancarlo De Carlo, among others.

He collaborated with a cofounder of the Metabolist Movement, Kisho Kurokawa, and with Arata Isozaki, Peter Christopherson, and MIT Media Lab.

NSW
Liverpool

Ryota Matsumoto is an artist, educator, designer, cultural programmer, urban planner, and architect. As a media theorist, he is highly recognized as the godfather and iconic prime mover of the postdigital culture.

Born in Tokyo, he was raised in Hong Kong and Japan. He received a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007 after his studies at the Architectural Association in London and Mackintosh School of Architecture, the Glasgow School of Art in the early 90s. Over the years, he has studied with Manuel DeLanda, Vincent Joseph Scully Jr., Cecil Balmond, and Giancarlo De Carlo, among others.

He collaborated with a cofounder of the Metabolist Movement, Kisho Kurokawa, and with Arata Isozaki, Peter Christopherson, and MIT Media Lab.

NSW
Liverpool
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Femke Textiles
Textile designer and screen printer.

Melbourne based textile designer/printer specialising in screen printed fabric.
We offer screen printing as well as manufacturing of printed cushion covers and tote bags.

Vic
West Melbourne

Melbourne based textile designer/printer specialising in screen printed fabric.
We offer screen printing as well as manufacturing of printed cushion covers and tote bags.

Vic
West Melbourne
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Claudia Williams
Claudia Williams Artist, Reimagine Waste, Wearable Installations, Bespoke Pieces and Educator freelance.

Artist, Designer and Educator, Claudia Williams divides her time between educating and creating with recyclables.
Her studio process explores the use of recycled materials and pushing the boundaries with these mediums. The use of traditional craft methodologies within her works and her teachings helps to give her audience a new perspective of creating with recyclables and its value as a medium, not just a waste item.
The creation of one-off unique garments for editorials, musicians, film, model portfolios and her wearable art hire line are always on the go in her Brisbane based studio.
"As artists and designers, we create to inspire, social and environmental issues go hand when creating. It's a platform to voice, explore, play and discover.
For me, its about challenging people’s perception of art, fashion and recycling, while adding value and the wow factor to a reused medium”

QLD
New Farm

Artist, Designer and Educator, Claudia Williams divides her time between educating and creating with recyclables.
Her studio process explores the use of recycled materials and pushing the boundaries with these mediums. The use of traditional craft methodologies within her works and her teachings helps to give her audience a new perspective of creating with recyclables and its value as a medium, not just a waste item.
The creation of one-off unique garments for editorials, musicians, film, model portfolios and her wearable art hire line are always on the go in her Brisbane based studio.
"As artists and designers, we create to inspire, social and environmental issues go hand when creating. It's a platform to voice, explore, play and discover.
For me, its about challenging people’s perception of art, fashion and recycling, while adding value and the wow factor to a reused medium”

QLD
New Farm
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Textile Lab
Textile Lab provides full service garment production.

We enable fashion creatives to produce and distribute their collections, from initial concept through to customer delivery.
We offer digital printing onto natural fibres and a print design service.
We lasercut all of our garments and manufacture locally in WA.

WA
Wandi

We enable fashion creatives to produce and distribute their collections, from initial concept through to customer delivery.
We offer digital printing onto natural fibres and a print design service.
We lasercut all of our garments and manufacture locally in WA.

WA
Wandi
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anastasia la fey : artist - maker - designer
Anastasia La Fey is an artist/ maker/ designer working in the realms of couture, costumery, textile artistry, inhabitable and textile-centric sculpture & installation and collaborative multi-disciplinary works.

With a garment-as-artform approach, and an exceptional eye for detail, Anastasia La Fey gained a reputation for highly skilled couture craftsmanship, the employment of intricate and complex fabrication techniques, hand-worked detailing, an elegant theatricality and a work ethic bordering on the obsessive. With investigation and experimentation at the heart of her philosophy, his approach to her craft has led her from creating avant-garde couture & costume works to an increasingly art-focused practice pursuing her own solo investigations as well as collaborating with fellow artists in the areas of sculpture, painting, photography, film, sound, dance, performance and installation art.

VIC
Hexham

With a garment-as-artform approach, and an exceptional eye for detail, Anastasia La Fey gained a reputation for highly skilled couture craftsmanship, the employment of intricate and complex fabrication techniques, hand-worked detailing, an elegant theatricality and a work ethic bordering on the obsessive. With investigation and experimentation at the heart of her philosophy, his approach to her craft has led her from creating avant-garde couture & costume works to an increasingly art-focused practice pursuing her own solo investigations as well as collaborating with fellow artists in the areas of sculpture, painting, photography, film, sound, dance, performance and installation art.

VIC
Hexham
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