We're pleased to be hosting the incredibly talented Asiyam and The Social Studio, as our first AFC Curated Guest labels this pop-up at MFW! If you're not already familiar with their work, have a little look below, and be sure to stop by the pop-up at Melbourne Town Hall this Aug 31 - Sep 7.
When Rebecca Koster opened her silver smithing studio in 2015 , Melbourne welcomed a new age of minimalist jewellery to its already vibrant creative-collective. Working with 100% recycled sterling silver, sourced from like minded Australians, Rebecca incorporates ethically acquired stones or synthetics into her pieces - because no one can tell the difference and she's not an asshole.
Established in 2013, GEHRICH is the eponymous label of Melbourne designer - Samantha Gehrich. Incorporating a philosophy of sustainability, exceptional fibres and limited collections, each GEHRICH piece is exclusive, luxurious and crafted to stand the test of time. Blending classic style with contemporary flair and an element of 60's mod, Samantha strives to design wearable garments that can seamlessly fit into any modern wardrobe.
Millicent Elizabeth elevates the everyday with the use of exquisite natural fibres and exclusive modern cuts, dedicated to providing enduring styles for the discerning modern woman. The label, by designer Tiffany Stuckey, offers sustainable fashion made in Adelaide, Australia from 100% natural fibres.
A.BCH is a designer basics label that offers a simple solution to a complex problem. We create beautiful garments made to last, complete with full transparency as to how each piece came to be. Our goal is to inform customers of the toll fast fashion is taking on the planet and its people, and offer them an easy alternative with the power to make a difference.
Harlow’s core belief is that every woman has the right to find fashion that reflects her personality. Designed and made in Melbourne, Harlow is a range of women’s clothing for sizes 12-26 by local duo Kerry & Angelo Pietrobon. "The label is for women who yearn to change the world, the movers and the shakers, for women who stand tall and proud, for women who want to set themselves apart from the crowd."