High Summer - Second Reveal!

High Summer - Second Reveal!
Our Paddington Shirt continues this season - and we found the most stunning fabric from Japan with a navy sateen stripe on a lightweight cotton - it's delicious and if we could eat it we would....it's that good. Worn with our Phi Phi Pants in the high density cotton - this is...

Video - Who Makes Your Clothes?

Video - Who Makes Your Clothes?
Fashion Revolution Week is here. It’s five years since more than 1100 garment workers lost their lives and more than 2000 people were injured at Rana Plaza, Bangladesh. The Fashion Revolution movement that stemmed from this tragedy has brought global attention to unsafe and unfair working conditions for people in...

Fashion Revolution - We Made your Clothes

Fashion Revolution - We Made your Clothes
Who made my clothes? Why thank you Belinda and Jo for asking!  Many hands! The manufacturing of clothing is a complex process, there is no magic button that just shazams out a shirt or a jacket. In Sydney we have a small but very busy local industry and Good Day Girl...

New Collection Moods

New Collection Moods
Our fabbo (we're excited!) new made to order Winter Collection launches in February - WOHOO! It's slow fashion joy! And we've put together a couple of mood boards as a taster for colours and fabrics below....stars, girls, stars! One Colour Dressing + all things Bright and BlueDelving into colour on colour has...

Transparency is the New Black

Transparency is the New Black
As published in The Australian, Wednesday 26 April 2017 Sometimes it takes a tragedy of monumental proportions to fuel change. The Rana Plaza factory disaster in Bangladesh on April 24, 2013, was one such tragedy. The collapse of the shoddy building killed more than 1100 people involved in the manufacturing...

#imadeyourclothes Fashion Revolution Week 2017

#imadeyourclothes Fashion Revolution Week 2017
Fashion Revolution Week kicks off next Monday 24th April. The event asks us all to question #whomademyclothes. It's purpose is to spotlight the makers - those who create the clothes we wear. It's intention is to open up transparency in clothing manufacturing across the globe so that everyone who works in...

We talked!

We talked!
Ethical Clothing Australia kindly invited us to a panel discussing Australian manufacturing and our business model that calls for a slower pace and zero waste in the fashion industry. From the left of this photo is the fab Zoltan of Citizen Wolf, Mel Tually who pioneers Fashion Revolution in Australia/New...