Skip to content

How Australian fashion fell to pieces | Australian fashion – The Guardian

How Australian fashion fell to pieces | Australian fashion – The Guardian

In the 90s and 00s Alannah Hill, Alice McCall and Sass & Bide became household names. Now Australians buy more clothes than ever but few are made or even designed locally. Where did it come undone?by Lucianne Tonti with additional reporting by Alyx Gorman. Illustration by Victoria Hart, development by Andy Ball.A shock of burnt-orange shaggy fleece trims the collar of a red and gold brocade coat by Lisa Ho. The fabric is so ornate it’s hard to believe the designer started her label at a stall in Sydney’s Paddington markets. Tiny glass beads gleam on the floral silk Alannah Hill dress… 

Read More

EcomEye.com Southeast Asia eCommerceFor Press Release and guest posts, feel free to reach mb[at]ecomeye.com/mb.asia[@]icloud.com 

Leave a Reply