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LOLL
Lara Solomon
LOLL is a range of towel ponchos for grownups, use them on the beach at the pool or even at home.

The LOLL towel is designed by Lara Solomon and sold online. It came about because Lara was jealous of the little kids in their poncho towels on the beach and thought I WANT ONE! LOLL towels come with 2 internal pockets for your phone, money, keys and more and zips down each side – zip them up for a poncho, unzip for a towel. The range is ever changing with new designs coming every few months and each design is a limited addition.

Mosman
NSW
Country 1
0448 999877
Orenda Studios
Nikola Colls
Orenda Studios is a Fashion Hub based in Tasmania promoting local industry and it’s future through sustainable practices.

Orenda: n. a mystical force present in all people that empowers them to affect the world, or to effect change in their own lives.

Orenda Studios has been created from a background and love for fashion design, building community, sustainability and ethical practices.

By providing a range of short courses specialising in fashion design, sewing skills, garment construction, pattern making and more; Orenda Studios offers a different style of relaxed and empowering creative learning within the field of fashion in Tasmania.

With an aim to educate, mentor and foster each individuals creativity, confidence and abilities, we strive to provide ways for our students to adapt their skills into meaningful practices within their own lives and to the world around them.

Orenda Studios also provides ongoing support for local designers and labels, partnerships with organisations to promote ethical and sustainable industry practices, as well as promoting industry presence across the state of Tasmania.

Hobart
TAS
Country 1
0418550329
The Aurum Collective
Ashley Freeman
The Aurum Collective is a premium, online fashion house dedicated to the modern, professional woman. Our signature is informed by high-end sophistication, versatility and ease.

The Aurum Collective is committed to positively influencing how women feel about themselves. Our collections are designed to empower women to feel confident, strong and feminine.

As a producer in the fashion industry, we are conscious of striving for superior quality, not just in the garments we create, but in the lives of the people who make our designs. That is why we choose to manufacture ethically in Australia.

Starting with the idea to create a sophisticated collection of heirloom quality workwear staples that help make women feel powerful, the evolution of The Aurum Collective style has been a carefully considered process. Our signature tailored pieces are informed by high-end sophistication, versatility and ease. We are constantly perfecting our processes in pursuit of the ultimate women’s power suit, which can seamlessly transition from the desk to dinner.

Founder and Creative Director, Ashley Freeman, was exposed to the fashion industry from a young age. The daughter of a seamstress, Ashley’s family home doubled as a design studio. Instead of pursuing a career in fashion, Ashley first entered the corporate arena as a litigation lawyer. Living in suits, she was consistently disappointed with the lack of beautiful and functional designs available to young professional women. And from her frustration, The Aurum Collective was born.

Since the launch of The Aurum Collective in April this year, the label has attracted high-profile publicity and a loyal following. From featuring on Australia’s national television program ‘Everyday Innovators’ to landing on the cover of an international fashion magazine, The Aurum Collective has received remarkable support from industry tastemakers and professional women alike. If you would like to be involved in the journey and have your say in future collections, please contact us at info@theaurumcollective.com.

Australia
QLD
Country 1
The Sew Good Company
thesewgoodcompany
Ethical, Handmade clothing supporting women in sustainable business.

The Sew Good Company creates beautiful ethical, handmade clothing while supporting Cambodian and Nepalese women in sustainable, socially responsible business!

We work with small businesses in Australia, helping them to make better ethical choices when choosing which brands to carry in their stores. We want it to be easier & more affordable to make the right decisions when buying clothing.

Sunbury
VIC
Country 1
0468840479