The Alumni

MAGPIE GOOSE

MAGPIE GOOSE

Named after a bird native to the top end of Australia, Magpie Goose is bright, bold and unapologetic. The Social Fashion Enterprise co-founded by Maggie McGowan and Laura Egan in Katherine NT, showcases beautiful textiles, designed and hand screen-printed in remote Aboriginal communities. Their bright, bold prints are crafted into simple statement pieces that let the textiles do the talking. They express traditional aboriginal art and design in a contemporary, fun and exciting way, each design telling a story - of people, place and culture.

NATALIJA

NATALIJA

Focused on lasting style and quality NATALIJA was born out of the desire to create clothing to be treasured. The Sydney based label by self taught designer Natalija Bouropoulos, is committed to making women feel comfortable in the clothes they are wearing and subsequently in their own skin. Designed and made in Australia, NATALIJA pieces are created for ease of wear, using luxurious natural fibre materials, made with care and consciousness for the environment.

CITIZEN WOLF

CITIZEN WOLF

Citizen Wolf is taking on traditional fashion and changing the way clothes are made and sold. Starting with the humble T-Shirt they offer perfect fit based around a core belief in buying better by buying less. Tailored to your body and made on-demand locally and ethically, you can finally get the T-Shirt you’ve always dreamed of...

MR WILLO

MR WILLO

Born out of a boyswear 'black hole', mr willo specialises in inspired, eye-catching shirts and well considered, practical wear for the littles in your life. Handmade in Melbourne, the unisex children's wear label by Lesley Bakker & Melanie Grattidge is designed for play, growth and freedom of movement in style! "We are mr willo and we love to play".

ERIK YVON

ERIK YVON

Self titled label Erik Yvon is ethically produced in Melbourne and endeavors to support local businesses by engaging with the community. The designs are reflective of a modern world where; cultures have collided, gender has neutralised and we are learning how to be expressively fluid and accepting.