Friday, February 26, 2010


Participating in exhibitions is something that helps me as a sustainable design practitioner to push my ideas and creativity. These little rings and necklaces were created using recycled t-shirts and draw on memories of things found in vending machines as youngster. The exhibtion Insert Coin Here is launching this Monday as part of the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival. You will find many wonderful little 'fashion items' all placed in vending machine capsules, distrubuted for just $2! The vending machines change location throughout the festival. Here's the details:

Mon 1 March - Sat 6 March Craft Victoria : 31 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Tue 8 March - Sat 13 March Captains of Industry: Level 1, 2 Somerset Place, Melbourne (off Little Bourke Street)

Sun 14 March - Sun 21 March Alice Euphemia: Shop 6, Cathedral Arcade, 37 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Mon 22 March - Wed 31 March The Thousands Shop: Level 6, Curtin House, 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne

The exhibition will also officially open on Friday 12 March at 1000 £ Bend from 7pm onwards. Come by and celebrate with us by having a drink!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


This weekend we are making a surprise appearance at the Sisters Market in Brunswick! You'll find us in the Atrium, hanging out with likes of Betty Jo, Anamiro, Maru and many more. We'll have new shirtdresses and shirttops, pantpants, SALE stock as well as a whole array of T-lace styles.

Brunswick Town hall
Corner, Glenlyon and Sydney Rd's

BTW: This is our last appearance before gracing the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival with a couple of events around town...Fun!! More on that later though...

Monday, February 8, 2010


We would like to welcome our lovely new stockists, Lamington! Not only are they situated in the lovely town of Noosa, but they are the first of our stockists to sell the shirtdresses and shirttops outside of Melbourne. Stocking all fabulous Australian goods they love to support Aussie companies that care for the environment. Mmmm lamingtons, yum, its definitely worth a visit!