With the ever-evolving nature of the fashion industry, we believe it is important to support local Australian sustainable fashion brands who focus on eco-friendly and ethical sourcing and production methods. As our industry makes the move towards eco-friendly and sustainably made nail polish, so does the fashion industry. The impact fast-fashion has on our environment is devastating, and choosing Australian sustainable fashion over international, mass-produced and unaccountable brands is imperative. We have compiled a list of our favourite Australian sustainable fashion labels, to share the love for you too!
Annukka focusses on creating certified organic cotton garments, free from toxic dyes and treatments. The Byron based brand believe in the wellness benefits of an organic, chemical free lifestyle, and incorporate this into their beautiful eco threads.
Another Byron based label, Liar is an ethical swimwear and athleisure wear brand. All Liar garments are manufactured in Australia, with their swim and active collections made from the best recycled polyester. 10% of profits from their ‘Exoskeleton’ collection is donated to marine conservation.
Celeste Tesoriero are anti-fast fashion. The garments are sustainable, ethical and conscious. Celeste’s design style is inspired by Japanese silhouettes, artistic prints and natural fabrications.
Pure Pod celebrates 10 years of creating ethical sustainable fashion in 2017. Pure Pod garments are created with premium sustainable textiles, and strive to have transparent and traceable manufacturing and sourcing practices. As well as their seasonal collections, the brand includes ethical accessories and bamboo layering basics.
Vege Threads tread lightly, keep things simple and their garments made local. Their basics are knitted, dyed and made within Melbourne, with limited runs to minimise waste of unwanted stock. Vege Threads styles are timeless, with shapes that carry through each season.