We have spent a lot of time recently waxing lyrical about Scandinavia and of course British clothing. Declaring these to be the new style hubs the world is loving at the moment. Well we are all about the new and the now, and bring you the news that we have a new it location.

Grab the sun cream and your hat because we are going down under. Yes that’s right, Australia. With fashon being a truly global affair we look to Australia’s brands and designers for a fresh take on trends and style.

Australian made clothing is having its moment. Keep reading to find out about the brands we love.



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Triangl are an Aussie brand through and through, being a predominately swimwear focused brand. This mid range swimwear is bright, fun and more importantly trend lead. With an exhaustive range of colours, prints, shapes and cuts there is something for everyone.



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You know all about Roxy don’t you? Well if you don’t, let us catch you up. Roxy is an Australian surf brand specialising in active wear. The brand creates garments that empower women and have been proudly doing so in Australia since 1990.

Réalisation Par


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Do you remember that silky slip skirt that was all over your insta feed last summer? Well that skirt is the Naomi and is from Australian brand Réalisation Par. Created in 2015 the brand -which translates to ‘made by, styled by’- was created by a designer and a fashion blogger. It has gone from insta famous to being a cult worldwide brand.

The brand pumps out style, and you can pretty much bet on the fact that if you a a peice, you will look incredible in it.

Alice Mccall


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Mccall’s label began when she moved to London at 19. She began creating one off six pieces that garnered attention and press. The brand’s debut at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in 2004 launched its successful journey to where it is killing the game right now. Fans and influencers across the world include Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, Kaia Gerber, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Minogue.

Bec + Bridge


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Bec & Bridge strike a fine balance between aspirational and achievable fashion, a niche its creators have worked hard to perfect since the label’s origins in 2003.

We love the sleek sexy slip dresses that they are creating at the moment. They take classics and put a fresh and vibrant twist on them.



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KOOKAÏ is an Australian brand via Paris, France. Which means it is extra chic. The brand creates super feminine clothing that oozes charm and personality. The majority of the The collections are produced in their own manufacturing facilities in Fiji and Sri Lanka, as part of KOOKAÏ’s overall pursuit of an ethical and meaningful existence.



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Zimmerman was founded in Sydney by Nicky and Simone Zimmermann. Known for its swimwear and relaxed ready to wear, the brand say it is “sophisticated femininity, a passion for detail and a love of color and print.” Combining bohemian and sporty influences, this brand will allow you to curate the perfect holiday wardrobe.

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7 Australian clothing brands you need to know

7 Australian clothing brands you need to know