Deadly Denim is a First Nations Fashion editorial shot by Noongar photographer Cole Baxter. Blak brands include Deadly Denim, Gammin Threads, The Koorie Circle, Haus of Dizzy, Take Pride Movement and more.
“I am passionate about beauty and editorial make up, I believe skin care is key and treat all of my models and clients to a healthy dose of nutrients before I start.” Katie Saarikko of The Haus of Artists.
The importance of Pacific Runway in Australia is more than the stunning fashion walking down that runway. It is a platform of acceptance and inclusion. It embraces a culture that Australia is not too familiar with and allows young creatives to tell their story through their work, designs, styling and the fierce walks down the runway. Interviewed by Carolina De La Piedra.
What do you know about relationship goals?! Truth is, most have a hard time figuring out what they are. Welcome to Close The Gap: a visual project curated by lovers and creative directors, Miro LaFlaga and Ashgrxphics.
Yawuru Jarndu first started operating in 1987 when it was established as an Indigenous women’s resource centre by Yawuru women, with the aim of recording oral history and preserving Yawuru language and culture. The organisation evolved into an arts and textiles business, offering training in screen printing and dressmaking, producing fabrics for clothing and home wares, designed and made by local Indigenous artists.
My name is Cynthia Taylu and I’m originally from Liberia, West Africa. The arts and the natural world intrigue me. Fashion is an amazing mode of self-expression and intertwines with so many things in life. I think fashion goes past what you wear – it’s more about how you feel inside.
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.
“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.