Celebrating Australia Made Week
16 May 2023

Australian Designed and Made Fashion

Afterpay Australian Fashion Week #AAFW coincides with Australian Made Week, which celebrates Australian Made products.

Australia has a dazzling number of fashion designers but amongst them you may be less familiar with the makers of Australian fashion.

Let’s start with the biggest manufacturer of Australian fashion, Cue. Yes, Cue! Not everything is made in Australia, but the majority is.

Cue is committed to sustainability, and it is worth exploring what this commitment looks like on their website.

Leina & Fleur is a fashion firm achieving 100% when it comes to manufacturing in Australia. This fashion house understands women have busy and complicated lives. The fabrics are easy care which reduces the need for ironing.

Melbourne based Arnsdorf is another brand committed to ethical manufacturing and sustainability. All Arnsdorf clothing is designed, cut, sewn, and finished in Australia. With a classic aesthetic the garments offer stylish minimalism.  

Maara Collective works with indigenous artists and collectives to crate luxury resort wear. Through its luxe fabrication and beautiful prints this brand celebrates indigenous art and fashion. The Maara Collective has Australian Made accreditation. Supporting the brand contributes directly to digital skills training and education in remote Aboriginal communities.

Perri Cutten is an Australian brand with a household name. What is perhaps less well know is that this brand’s garments are designed and made in Australia. Producing classically tailored pieces this brand offers you as a consumer accreditation from ethical clothing Australia.

Find out about more Australian fashion brands that are making and designing their garments in Australia here.

Contact Bottlegreen and Yellow Personal Stylist about refreshing your style sustainably and Let’s go Shopping!

Images: Perric Cutten houndstooth jacket; Leina & Fleur indigo denim jacket; Arnsdorf vegan jacket; Maara Collective suit

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