Australian label releasing a summer and winter collection each year. Beautiful feminine prints in subtle pastel and muted tones offering a modern and fresh look. Shapes are relaxed and casual with a summery lightness. All fabric designs are original and hand printed. The winter collection offers cosy and soft knitwear, beautiful styles which can be layered or worn separately to suit any occasion.
Specialists in quality knitwear and lovers of natural fibres, the Elm design team provide beautiful apparel inspired by a colourful lifestyle, art and travel. Designed in Geelong, Australia.
Effortless dress and tops in exclusive, artistic prints pared with breathe easy linen cotton knitwear make everyday wardrobe choices both simple and luxurious.
Elm has an emphasis on flattering every body type so appeals to a broader captive market and has a timeless fashionability, cutting through the main fashion trends for a fresher and more unique look.
Island Jade began in 2009 with one beautiful and timeless kaftan and it has given Designer, Meagan Sachr,the opportunity to do what she loves best – create diverse and exciting designs with beautiful prints and fabric. Her passion comes from wanting to feel wonderful in what she wears. Meagan hopes that her Collections will inspire you and help create a sense of peace in your life, especially while on vacation or enjoying time with your family.
Little Lies, established in 2012, represents the relaxed, but on-trend and versatile Australian woman.
Mist has no age barriers, it caters to a certain personal attitude where the style is relaxed, fresh, feminine and easy to wear.
People from all around the world are enjoying the relaxed wardrobe made from good quality cottons and linens and unique hand blocked prints. Mist also has a team of beautiful, devoted Balinese staff who love being part of an expanding business, also that they can go to work everyday and have fun, lots of laughs and get to share in the good fortune.
Plural is an established brand designed and made in Brazil. The brand’s identity fuses clean and timeless pieces, the shapes are cool, interesting and relaxed. Revealing a contemporary feel through the use of cottons, viscose and textured organza all with a premium hand feel. The collection offers highlight prints alongside understated classic shapes with attention to detail.
Puravida is designed for women who like feeling naturally sexy, happily beautiful and fresh in a comfortable way, no matter the age.
The main fabrics used for the collections are light fabrics such as cotton voile or thin jerseys, and other kinds of cotton.
The designs are all original using vibrant colours, patterns and graphics. Puravida promotes fair labour practices and safe working conditions throughout the supply chain, ensuring that the products are produced under safe, fair, legal and humane working conditions.
The company also sustains many eco projects in Bali and always improves its standards trying to find the best ways to respect the environment. They also donate 1% of company profits to local environmental organisations.
Australian lifestyle fashion with a nomadic heart. The concept behind Solito originated from the desire to create everyday pieces that present a cultural identity, quirk and personality. Solito pieces form part of our ‘usual’ everyday wardrobe and like life itself, the brand flourishes on the ‘unusual’ details and unexpected elements.
Totem is all about colour, style, personality and comfort. From office, to evening, to casual style, Totem has the perfect outfit for every occasion. Always well-behaved and comfortable, the feather-light caressing natural bamboo fabrics are as seductive to wear as to look at, while the fluid lines, bright colours and innovative details at hem and neck evoke the pulsating street culture and laid-back lifestyle of Rio. Inspired by the ocean, by popular culture, and tropical sunshine, Brazilian surfing legend Fred D’Orey started Totem in 1995 . His passion for colour, individuality and comfort drives the design of every piece and fits not only the upbeat cosmopolitan culture of Brazil, but also the Australian climate and lifestyle.
Based in New York and founded by Columbian born designer Paola Buendia and her husband in 1992. Inspired by a passion for literature, travel, fashion and the environment, plus the colours and beauty of Indonesia. And of course knitwear. As Paola says, there is something so comforting about knits – looking good is totally connected to feeling comfortable. Knits have a slouchiness that makes them immediately casual. Wooden Ships gets to be the “comfort food” – who doesn’t love a snuggly knit cardi or jumper.
Wooden Ships promotes fair trade practices and minimal carbon footprint. Also donating to several important environmental causes.