Anna & BoyAustralian swimwear label, Anna & Boy has become known as the go-to label for beach cool. Providing vibrant and refreshing designer swimwear for both men and women in an always eclectic array of signature prints.The label began in September 2005 when fashion editors, Anna Hewett & Lill Jenner left Vogue Australia to begin a dynamic new fashion label, Anna & Boy. Born from their realisation that fashionable beach babes and boys needed more fashionable beach options.
With an ever-growing clothing collection, the duo are becoming as known for their refreshing take on Summer dressing out of the water as much as they are for their swimwear. With the men’s shorts achieving almost cult-like status amongst the fashionable around town for their unique, vintage-inspired look.
Camilla and MarcCAMILLA AND MARC’s signature look of luxe fabrications, clean tailoring and modern silhouettes is the result of a collaboration between brother-sister team Camilla Freeman-Topper and Marc Freeman. In the summer of 2007, CAMILLA AND MARC launched C&M CAMILLA AND MARC SWIM: a range of beautifully stylish and feminine yet highly wearable swimwear.Marrying flattering shapes and classic styles with sweet and graphic prints, C&M CAMILLA AND MARC SWIM reflects the beach lifestyle of Australia with an elegant edge. This combination has made it an international hit as well as a local sell-out each season.
Collette Dinnigan is the only Australian to be invited to show as part of Paris Fashion Week. Best known for strong femininity, red carpet glamour, Bridal Wear and Lingerie, her creations are favoured amongst the world's most celebrated personalities including Nicole Kidman, Miranda Kerr and Taylor Swift.
Her new diffusion range - Collette by Collette Dinnigan is a contemporary Collection of fashion forward essentials.
Flirty feminine silk dresses, bold prints mixed with signature lace, jersey in seasonal colour palettes and intricate hand embroidered pieces highlight the Collections modern edge.
Humidity’s inspiration and designs evolve from the Margaret River region of Western Australia - one of the most beautiful regions in Australia, where “the lifestyle” is the key! Humidity is beautiful to wear and amazingly versatile… we try to create a little something for everyone. You need look no further than our lifestyle range to relax and enjoy…., where you will quite simply find - all you are looking for.
Isola Megan Gale launched her exclusive swimwear brand Isola in 2010. Meaning 'Island' in Italian,Isola is all about being glamorous and beautiful on the beach or by the pool.Gorgeous floral prints,subtle ruffles, and exquisite detail will make you stand out from the crowd this summer. The range caters for women of all shapes and sizes, including cup fitting sizes.
KalokeriKalokeri......the Greek word for summer.
Kalokeri is a new resort wear collection which offers beautiful beach to bar solutions. Designed in Australia, Kalokeri brings a twist to the everyday kaftan. Using soft fluid fabrics and beautiful original prints, Kalokeri aims to provide effortless summer clothing to suit all women. Whether you are on the beach with the family or sharing a romantic summer evening, Kalokeri has just the piece for your holiday wardrobe.
With a sparkle of Champagne, the freshness of juice and a vibrant mix of grenadine, the Mimosa cocktail is surely the best start to any special occasion. As special occasions go, could there be anything more important than standing out in the crowd, your uniqueness on full display?
Designer Amanda Gilham has a desire for everyone to stand out, no matter how big or small the occasion, and provides no excuse through her designer label MIMOSA.
The Mimosa Design Studio was established in 2009 with a team of extremely talented like minded individuals attracted to the allure of the Byron life style and the natural inspiration it provides to be creative.
With an ardent belief that the best style is only as good as the quality of the fabric it's made from, luxurious fabrications and stunning exclusive prints provide the signature to each Mimosa collection.
MorrisonFounded in Fremantle Western Australia, Morrison's collection is about balancing fashion with classic simplicity, elegance and timeless beauty. Morrison's foundation is based on quality, style and design, while creating the fashion silhouette for women to feel empowered, feminine and beautiful. An organic essence is reflected through every aspect of the brand.
In 1999 “NOBODY” was born – a label founded on the belief that making jeans could be imbued with integrity and creativity, and representative of our love of the cloth. It began by designing unique tools and techniques in hand customisation of denim. The design processes take the best fits possible by looking at the different shrinkages, reactions, life and shape retention of denim. Nobody are experts in the way the wash and finish looks, with each jean individually hand customised.
Ocean ZoneArtistic threads of the next generation.
Founded in 2007 by 15 year old Cottesloe student Reif Myers as a Scotch College school project... Oz.. Ocean Zone. All garments carry original artworks and designs, and are unique to OZ!
Reif along with fellow OZ artist Andre Lissiman, have together created 'OZ SPREAD THE COOL”
Poppy Lissiman is the self titled label which begun in 2009. The label has a strong focus on colour and prints and is designed for women with confidence who like to stand out in a crowd.
Since the label's inception Poppy Lissiman has shown Australian Fashion week, Perth Fashion Festival 3 times and been featured in Harpers Bazaar and Grazia.
Poppy Lissiman is designed and manufactured in Australia.
Three of SomethingRebecca Carmody, Jane Kidston and Bree Hay-Hendry are THREE OF SOMETHING. Three of what you might ask? Three creative forces that shared an inspired passion to design and create clean and modern, effortlessly wearable pieces that surpass what is common or usual. They are three arrows, bundled together, unbreakable in their drive to deliver a new and inspired line of clothing to young women globally. THREE OF SOMETHING is an inspirational and edgy new fashion label, born of Australian, but set for international domination.
Since 1975, Seafolly has been at the epicentre of Australian beach lifestyle and has quickly become one of the most iconic swimwear and beach lifestyle brands world-wide. Setting the seasons trends, Seafolly offers a fun, fashion forward and innovative range of swim and lifestyle wear. Seafolly has all your Summer essentials, an array of bikinis, one piece swimsuits, cover ups and apparel along with an extensive accessories collection. Bold statement prints, contrasting textures and injections of eclectic colour encapsulate and reflect the SEAFOLLY brand philosophy.
Tigerlilly was founded by Australian Jodhi Mears in the year 2000. Jodhi created a brand that represents beauty and strength, individuality and confidence. A brand that is exotic and sexy but grounded. The qualities injected into Tigerlilly are Jodhi's feelings on Australian women, and those that Australia's beautiful beaches evoke in them.. health, freedom and fun.
Unique textiles, the fusion of fashion and classic themes, the continuous quest for the perfect bikini. These are the elements that have established Tigerlilly as a leader in premium swimwear and fashion.
Violet and I
Since launching the first Violet & I collection entitled 'Open Road' in Spring 2009, Melbourne based designer Anna Linklater has continued to design beautiful, vintage inspired garments, each with a touch of bohemian elegance.
Trinkets from Spanish flea markets and rolls of antique lace adorn
Anna's workbench, along with a stack of well worn sketchpads and vintage Vogues. Feminine and dreamy, Violet & I creates quality garments using hand printed silks, cottons and rayons, with a focus on simplicity and timelesness.
We are HandsomeThe idea was to create spellbinding works of art; what resulted was We Are Handsome. Born on the cusp of summer 2009, these colourful palettes of inspiration and finely shaped cuts recall the halcyonic, sun drenched days of old, of Indhra Chagoury's big beautiful Queensland childhood and of Jeremy Jules Somers' Big Bad Smoke. We Are Handsome is the embodiment of Indhra and Jeremy and everyone else who has a love for the beautiful things in life. Their desire to create, design and share perfection has understandably made them a hit with the world, but We Are Handsome still remains true to their roots.
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