The Jonté brand was launched in 2012 after showcasing at Perth Fashion Week and obtaining the labels first stockists. Head designer Jonté Pike was reared surrounded by fashion as she sat in on her mother’s fashion lectures as a child in South Africa. After moving to Australia Jonté pursued her studies in Fashion Design and was selected to travel to Japan for a textile scholarship on two separate occasions as well as South Korea for Preview International Trade Show.
When co-designers Kathryn Forth and Julia Ritorto first met to conceptualise Acler, their common goal was to rebel against cookie-cutter digital design and bring the design process back to its fundamentally tactile roots. Each Acler piece is developed over a process of 12 months, and is subtly redrafted, and redraped along the way, allowing the design to take on its own form naturally. The end result is a meticulously constructed piece, which has an organic sculptural shape and an ultimately refined minimalism.
Alexandra Blak jewellery is futuristic in design and materials.
Pieces are individually handcrafted in Lucite, Silver, Textile and Stone.
Unique modern design exudes strength and fiercely individual style.
ANNA QUAN is an emerging Australian designer who believes everyday clothes should be special.
Less is more, a principle that the brand abides by, means each piece is designed with the wearer in mind, ensuring functional yet desirable garments that easily transition from day to night, or work to play.
Specialising in tailoring and using the finest fabrications, ANNA QUAN focuses on subtle details that ultimately makes her garment unique, whether it be well executed fit, perfectly placed pockets, faultless lining or exaggerated sleeves.
Since debuting her SS15 collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia, ANNA QUAN has dressed international celebrities including Kendall Jenner and Karlie Kloss.
Minimal, Chic and Rock’n’Roll. Luxury fragrances and perfumes for Men and Women. Discover the new fragrances: 21, cyber garden, so nude, intense, scents, pop, gloss and sheer.
The style of Costume National is marked by an unmistakably slim and sexy silhouette, resulting from Ennio Capasa's ability to merge Italian craftsmanship and a metropolitan, creative and avant-garde attitude.
Custommade is inspired by a dream about creating custom made and beautiful clothing that defies trends. It was established in 2002 by Christian Dam in Copenhagen, Denmark. Custommade offers an array of urban essentials appealing to modern-minded and cosmopolitan women who crave simple sophistication.
Custommade is creatively driven by creative director and founder, Christian Dam and head designer, Anne Rasmussen. Anne Rasmussen is focusing on timeless designs with contemporary edge and energy specially focusing on fabrics with a fantastic feel. Understated enough for relaxing at weekends, easy enough to dress up for a quick trip to Paris. With its strong and recognisable brand identity, it perfectly underlines the sophisticated Scandinavian design.
In 1985 two artists began a collaboration based on the understanding that Australia’s cultural future was a shared one. Steve Culley and Jimmy Pike began working together to share Jimmy's artwork around the world through Desert Designs.
Jimmy was a Walmajarri man from the Great Sandy Desert, and one of Australia’s most celebrated Aboriginal artists. Jimmy depicted Walmajarri country, its physical and spiritual realms, its beauty and its sacredness.
For over 30 years Desert Designs has communicated the work of Jimmy and other indigenous artists from the oldest living culture on the planet, with vibrant energy and pinpoint accuracy. Today this collaboration between ancient and modern cultures continues, from the Great Sandy Desert to the desert homes of ancient peoples around the planet.
We believe in a shared cultural future; Ancient and modern knowledge in symbiotic harmony.
The use of mass produced materials to create one of a kind apparel, and the transformation of industrial products into handcraft – Rich Fashion.
“It is a problem solving strategy, I want to make something that’s unique but I don’t want to start making clothes as the way people do. Loving vintage collectable t-shirts but also needed something unique. We also show our respect to those items by leaving the original label as it is, and inserting our label underneath.” said Mr. Patipat Chaipukdee.
With a passion for jeans and pants, FIVEUNITS embarked on a journey in a relentless pursuit to combine fashion forward design with perfect functionality.
This mission was accomplished with a dedicated and experienced design team to create collections of instant solutions to any outfit. We maintain our focus on designing only bottom parts, a strategy which has made us synonymous with comfort, clean shapes, perfect fit.
At the FIVEUNITS headquarters in Copenhagen, our vibrant design team continues to create contemporary and flexible styles, paying homage to traditional tailoring as well as embracing modern femininity. Each design springing from a love of detail to raw elegance.
Apart from our four annual collections, we carry four signature items, which are universally flattering and inspiring. These are our bestselling anchor pieces, cherished by our customers for their enduring design and casual luxury.
When art meets fashion.
Whilst searching for a fresh alternative to traditional gallery canvases, artist Marguerite Bartherotte turned her hands to fashion.
Reworking garments into hand painted work of art.
G.KERO is the result of Marguerite Bartherotte's vision to transform high quality fabrics into technicoloured statement pieces. Original creations that blur the borders between art and fashion, G.KERO is nothing short of unique works of art. Relaxed yet sophisticated, G.kero can be worn either casually or dressed up.
I Love Mr Mittens is not only a fashion label, it is a label based upon community and sustainability whilst maintaining timeless aesthetics. This ideal also flows through to the I Love Mr Mittens stockists. The I Love Mr Mittens range is available through a carefully selected array of stockists.
Quality over quantity is Stephanie’s vision for her brand and this is seen through her select group of stockists across the globe. It is also important to recognise I love Mr Mittens “Heartworking” philosophy. Each garment is hand knitted with love by Stephanie and her team.
This collaboration of small, independent businesses (rather than large conglomerates) completes the vision of I love Mr Mittens to create a brand that provides a genuine contribution back to the local community.
University students and retired pensioners alike, work with a common objective of executing Stephanie’s vision of how knitwear should be, simple, elegant, timeless and fashionable.
Jonté Designs now includes Evening Wear, Ready-to-Wear and Accessories. This women’s wear fashion label utilizes fine fabrics such as silk, cotton, leathers, hand beading and interesting blends upholding the beautifully produced clothing. Jonté encapsulates feminine beauty through its clothing empowering a woman with confidence and design flare in quality fabrics.
From NYC to Paris, Moscow or Sydney… Juliette intrigues the world. Armed with her perfume, the Shakespearian heroine goes wild. Life is too short, and pleasures too many, says Juliette. The Gun, metaphor for the perfume, weapon of seduction, or simple accessory of bluff, essentially symbolizes the liberation of women towards men. And sometimes with a taste for revenge… But the concept is also influenced by romantism. A modern version, where reinventing couple and femininity is a constant quest
Juliette Has A gun's philosophy is to approach perfumery as an art and to be present only through a limited distribution such as concept stores, department stores or specialised perfumeries.
Born in North of France, Justine Clenquet studied fashion design at ESAA Duperré in Paris, and after few internships with Parisians fashion designers such as Baptiste Viry, Regina Dabdab or Emmanuelle Khahn, she launched her eponym jewellery brand in 2010.
Today, the brand is part of the French label “Maison de Mode” and is developing its creations in a workshop based in Lille (North of France).
The designer explores her much-loved punk aesthetic to creat new classics. Studs and rings are adorned with palladium and pale gold 24k. Swarovski pearls surround the neck and chains add lift to a torc. Justine Clenquet jewellery’s is a perfect mix between elegance, underground culture and a nostalgic hint of the nineties.
New Zealand designer Kate Sylvester’s conceptual collections embody intelligence, witty irreverence, sophistication and modern femininity. Ever the subtle subversive, Kate Sylvester plays off disparate references, seamlessly stitching sportswear with couture, menswear with womenswear, pop culture with history, high art with punk rock. Her resulting collections are at once eccentric, beautiful and intelligent. Each collection challenges nostalgic sensibilities with modern use of colour, cut and exclusive in-house prints. Striving for sustainability and producing product in New Zealand wherever possible, Kate Sylvester offers an effortless sartorial solution for the contemporary woman.
global fashion market, spotted on celebrities including Kate Moss, Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Beyoncé. Le Specs is available in over 30
countries worldwide and is stocked in top retailers internationally including Harvey Nichols, Galeries Lafayette and Net-a-Porter.
Maaike collection are the perfect mix of dark flowing silks mixed with more playful and sporty knits. Their custom fabrics are quickly becoming the cornerstone of their design seen in fluid digital silks as well as cotton knits with a more bold and graphic edge.
Julia was born in the midst of wool balls. The 30 years of family knowledge in the knitting industry drove her to create her own story: MAISON ANJE.
Julia’s challenge is to offer a feminine and trendy vision of knitting while remaining trans-generational with high quality and precious yarn. To this end she chooses Italian spinning and she relies on a European factory.
The collections are enriched with a t-shirt line and ready-to-wear in exclusive prints to combine with soft, airy and colorful knits. On each piece, a knitted detail marks the signature of the brand.
design, concepts and the esoteric. Described as “mystical adornment for
modern times”, the ubiquitous label is prevalent with symbolic meaning,
ancient and modern mysticism, the occult, symbology, astrology and the
ultimate muses of times gone by. The collections are lovingly crafted
from gold, gemstones and ethically sourced diamonds. Each piece being as
personal, as they are prolific with symbolic meaning, making them feel
alive and powerful to wear.
concept of consciousness and capture the fragility and distortion of
fashion in the digital age. Monster Alphabets was one of the six national winners of the Project
Nextgen for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 2016, recognised for
creative and future business potential.
Co-designed by Nina Ergic and Dan Romanin, Australian womenswear label, One Fell Swoop is lauded for their precision drapery and proficient tailoring. In 2015, the West Australian-based brand celebrated its 10th anniversary.
They work predominately with natural fibers including European silk and Australian merino wool and are renowned for their use of crepe de Chine. Their designs are heavily inspired by nature, in particular, the concepts of minimalism, amplified fluidity and molecular structure.
Over the past decade, One Fell Swoop has cultivated a cultish-like coterie of loyal clients and have become a go-to brand for celebrities including Michelle Williams, Natalie Imbruglia, Bambi, Emma Leung and Holly Throsby.
P.E Nation was established in Sydney, Australia by Pip Edwards and Claire Tregoning. Since its launch in 2016, the brand's range of street-meets-sportswear has expanded to include technical activewear, retro-inspired streetwear, footwear, eyewear and accessories. 2018 will see the introduction of menswear, new capsules and international collaborations for the brand.
P.E Nation is a reflection of Pip and Claire's busy lifestyles and the need for multi-faceted activewear. This gap in the market is what led two friends with an impressive history in fashion to create P.E Nation. Their design and business pedigree together with a clear vision for the brand, has seen them create covetable and adaptable activewear that is quickly attracting a global cult following.
The P.E Nation philosophy is centred around quality design and construction while offering stylish, comfortable and functional pieces designed take you to from the studio to the street. The brand reflects a sense of unity, and celebrates an active way of life.
Welcome to the Nation.
PREMIUM TRASH is a collaboration of producer Kelly Price, stylist Luke Meakins and artist Alex Maciver, to create a diverse and engaging embracement on arts, fashion and culture.
PREMIUM TRASH launched in 2019 with a limited edition capsule collection in partnership with iksentrik vintage of digital collage tees, screen printed sweaters and custom painted jackets. The collection is a commentary on early 2000s celebrity culture and draws from the Scottish heritage of our resident artist, Alex Maciver. Think iconic moments from history - Britney & Justin in double denim on the red carpet and the infamous Paris vs Lindsay feud meets Eurotrash.
For Varga Girl, PREMIUM TRASH have created an exclusive AW19 collection embracing the history of tartan - from the Scottish highlands to the Los Angeles street gang subculture to modern punk rockers.
Inspired by vintage fashionistas such as Debbie Harry, the team behind the Rockins’ phenomenon created a new and contemporary twist on the classic silk scarf.
The range, which is adored by names such as Keith Richards, Lady Gaga and Kate Moss, are made from the finest, 100% Crepe de Chine to ensure that they are as soft and comfortable, as they are effortlessly cool. Additionally, thanks to our signature bias cut, the scarves will only improve with time and will undoubtedly one day become the same vintage heirloom that they are inspired by.
From graphic paisley prints that are an eclectic blend of nostalgia and striking graphics, to classic fringed scarfs that pay homage to the stunning botanical creations of Flora Starkey, the Rockins range of silk scarves really do have something for every kind of rock chick.
When it comes to styling the silk scarves from our range, let your intuition do the talking. Hand finished with a mitred point, our range of scarves fall in a fluid line against the body. Rock it draped around the neck, tied in a feminine pussy bow to glam up a crisp white shirt, or perhaps slung across the hips for a nod to the legendary guitarist, Keith Richards’, inimitable wardrobe.
Rummage is a designer accessories label from Australia.
Established by professional costume designer Emily Gibson in 2005, rummage has created a brighter world for the devilish consumer.
Emily has a love for the over the top, statement jewellery, colour, dressing up, and blingfest parties.
throughout the world. Each product in the range retains an essence of
character and style that will merge with your own particular tastes and
preferences. Whether intended as a gift, or for your own personal use, a
SQUIRE LAD product will enhance the elegance and fun that all gentlemen
Stand pay tribute to the simplicity of pure leather, making every piece highly wearable and the perfect companion to a capsule wardrobe.
Inspiration is found in the French feminine effortless chic aire, with an iconic Scandinavian simplicity and purity to every garment.
This contemporary label reflects Australias unique landscape and colour palette through the use of hand-collected indigenous rocks- and highly detailed flora and fauna designs.
Born with the idea of wearing luxurious velvet on the feet, Simone Wild launched in 2016 these colourful accessories that look elegant and feel cosy at the same time.
With her background in tailoring, fashion design and solid experience as a buyer for contemporary fashion, she creates perfect fitting socks in different sizes and in a huge colour range.
A passion for trading and creating, a positive atmosphere and not taking themselves too seriously; those were the basic ingredients that started YAYA in 1992. YAYA’s style is remarkable, casual with a little edge, yet always feminine and real.
true to themselves, and who are looking for the perfect balance between
a natural and sophisticated look.