“At this time in history, when women are marching, protesting, and working to reclaim their voices and their rightful place in the world, the her words team feel it’s more important than ever to provide opportunities for women to be heard - and to create a platform that allows others to share in their experiences.” Domini Marshall.
Harriet Jane is an original luxe eco women’s label that celebrates the beauty of nature. All designs are made using silks printed with Harriet’s original photography, the silk adds a visually luminous effect to the vibrant images of nature.
“Because every woman deserves to feel inspired by new experience, to be struck down by beauty, to rub their eyes with disbelief at a spectacular view, to feel tiny next to a volcanic mountain or massive gorge, to feel brave and adventurous, to experience their body coming alive to the beat of new sounds and unfamiliar music.” Jirra Lulla Harvey.
My favourite part of Black Girl Magic is the commitment to one another to participate in each other’s magic, orchestrating a whole inconceivable reality that truly makes Hogwarts look lame. Celebrating and uplifting one another to reach higher, to laugh louder and to stay winning like Serena Williams. Sometimes, you need a visual to really grasp a concept, so God gave us Serena Williams, Michelle Obama, Beyoncé Knowles, Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas and Elaine Thompson. Kyah Parrott
“Too few are prepared to adopt a zero tolerance to racism in fashion and film and yet if we had a collective approach to fighting the lack of diversity that exists, I believe change would be inevitable and swift.” Debra Ojumu.
They say a cat has nine lives – and for Ruby, a First Nations woman navigating the 21st century, ‘nine lives’ are but one way to explain her idiosyncrasies. Join the enigmatic Ruby on her quest for connection, as she unites the truths of history with her experience of the present to uncover the binding threads of people and place. A one-woman exploration of hope, longing and connection.
Maminydjama Magnolia Maymuru burst onto the Australian fashion scene as the first Traditional Aboriginal woman to represent Northern Territory at Miss World Australia 2016. In her first fashion editorial, Grace & Grandeur: The Eternal Beauty of East Arnhem Land, we take you behind the scenes, on set with the stunning beauty from Yirrkala.
“If this place is lost, I’m lost, and so is everybody else. We’ll be lost forever. Forgetting those traditional songlines, forgetting traditional languages and ceremonies. If all of that was lost, I would feel so lost myself. I’d feel like my mother worked her butt off for nothing.” Noni Eather.