7 Home-Grown Labels That Are Designed and Made Locally

Where your clothes and accessories are made might not cross your mind every day, but shopping local designers is a huge tick for the Australian fashion industry—you’re supporting someone just like you or I. Right now there’s a fresh hunger sweeping the globe to know where your products come from.

We’ve put together some of our favourite Australian-made brands that you can shop right now. Keep scrolling for the seven home-grown labels that are designed and made locally.

Designers Sarah Gittoes and Robert Sebastian Grynkofki handmake every Sarah & Sebastian piece, whilst utilising the finest fabrications, and responsible resources.


A national icon, Cue stays local to support the Australian fashion industry, and be able to bring of-the-minute designs and trends straight to store, as quickly as possible.

Celeste Tesoriero's A/W 16 collection features Australian Merino wool. By using this natural, biodegradable and renewable fibre, Tesoriero's clothing has a minimal impact on the environment.

The team work closely with local manufacturers, pattern makers and fabric specialists to create its original swimwear designs.

Ae'lkemi focuses on unique prints and organic textile processes to bring to life feminine designs, perfect for special occasions. 

Daniel Avakian's Australian-made designs mean that he's across the process every step of the way. We especially love his use premium fabrications (and we are counting down for his Fashion Week Australia presentation). 

Each Yasmin Raquel piece is crafted with a combination of premium natural fibers and luxurious fabrics that are globally sourced and constructed exclusively in Australia.

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Opening image: Celeste Tesoriero

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