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5 Australian Designers To Get Behind This Australia Day

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A circular fashion philosophy is what A.B.CH leads with, inspiring all within the fashion industry that change is possible. In addition, they endeavour to showcase every step of their production process to build trust with the consumer and to facilitate understanding about slow fashion, pricing and their overall creative process


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For those with an affinity for tailored pieces, Bul is for the woman with a penchant for wanderlust. Their wardrobe staples can take you from home to anywhere in the world. Crafted with versatility and timelessness in mind they further embrace natural materials to reduce their environmental impact.

viktoria & woods

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Sustainable practices are not only part of Viktoria & Woods business practices but their creative vision for their collections. Pared back, low impact essentials are at the core of their design philosophy. Their desire to effect change is further executed in selecting sustainable fabrications, producing locally where possible and employing ethical manufacturing procedures


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Consumer transparency is a value important to Arnsdorf as with their dedication to reducing the impact the fashion industry has on the planet. Their collections consistently represent their values as a brand from sustainability, transparency to being well considered their designs are ethical and intentional

laura keogh

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With a focus on natural fabrics, craftsmanship and investing in the production of quality timeless designs, Laura Keogh is a burgeoning brand to watch. Furthermore, by keeping production runs small Laura is committed to building a brand that is slow, sustainable and built to last