Posts in Open Studio
Meet | SELJAK BRAND

We caught up with Karina Seljak, Co-Founder and Director of the Tasmanian based SELJAK BRAND, to talk about their closed loop design approach, and vision for a world without waste…

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Meet | The Better Packaging Co.

Many of us are aware of the need to reduce our waste in the industry, and fashion packaging is arguably one of the major areas where we need to improve our practice.  My inquiry lead me to this amazing start up out of NZ, THE Better Packaging Co. The founders, Kate Bezar and Rebecca Percasky, are two inspiring women with a distinct vision and a game-changing product that is; biodegradable, renewable, nontoxic and durable...

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Gendry Morales | Merging Fashion & Technology and her collaboration with A.BCH

"With the rise of technology, it's becoming inevitable that it will soon, if not already, become a vital component to the future of fashion. Industry-specific incubators and accelerators such as the New York Fashion Tech Lab and Silicon Vally's Fashion Tech Accelerator are beginning to pop up and Melbourne now also has a new Fashion Tech tribe beginning to form meetups. That's how I met Gendry Morales, a leader and a change agent with an expertise in blockchain technology, an eye for fashion and an uncompromising connection to the planet's wellbeing. We caught up over coffee and I got the scoop on what's happening in the fashion tech world, what it could mean for the sustainable health of the fashion industry and what she's up to with A.BCH." Lisa Kjerulf

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MEET | Paul Castro

Meet Paul Castro, the local designer giving surplus fashion items a new light. Since graduating from RMIT's Masters of Fashion Design Program, Paul has gone on to be recognised at the iD International Emerging Design Awards. We asked about his creative practice, designing sustainably, working with surplus stock and where he is headed next!

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Amy Roberts | Vege Threads

Vege Threads is an Australian clothing label focused on keeping things simple, local and made to last. Made with intention and purpose, every step is considered to ensure minimal effect on people and the planet. Vege Threads are committed to transparency and ethical manufacturing in their supply chain and are constantly re-modelling systems to reduce their footprint. Tiarnie caught up with Amy Roberts, the woman behind Vege Threads to talk about her label and focusing on the triple bottom line in the fashion industry.

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