Delilah Devine is a fantastic sustainable, handmade jewellery label created by Linda Marek. Linda is based in the Adelaide Hills and is very tapped into the ethical opportunities for her business. She uses forestry certified wood in her wood pieces, her studio runs on renewable energy, and she uses recycled packaging materials to send all her times. She also works with Adelaide based suppliers, reducing the miles of each product, and she is committed to working with and supporting other local businesses. She also donates 10% of her online sales to Kiva (alleviating poverty through lending).
Emily Green is a Melbourne based jewellery and accessories designer whose bright and vibrant work explores bold patterning and clever colour combinations. Made from polymer clay in a variety of colours, with textures and patterns added, they are truly unique creative works. All Emily Green pieces are designed and individually handmade by Emily and her team in her Brunswick studio.
Milly Dent Design reimagines daily routine through uniquely handcrafted, exclusive ceramic goods.
Handmade by Milly using small-scale production methods along with distinctive marbling and geometric pattern work, the result challenges conventional expectations of tableware.
Inspired by the natural world, the vessels invariably display a whirlpool of inky blues frozen in the fluidity that they are created.
The underlying philosophy is based on the simple ideal of producing work that results in outcomes which are both utilitarian and sculptural.
Two Warm Hands is the work of Miya Valmadre-McCrae who creates artistic, small batch, quality stoneware that will last, be loved and provide enjoyment for those who use it in their daily lives.
Miya lives and makes in Brisbane with a passion for natural materials and creating functional art.
Wild Wattle is the creation of sisters Lisa Grant and Anita Miles capture the beauty of the Australian landscape and cast it in porcelain, timber, and recycled sterling silver, and a new biodegradable material. Based in the Blue Mountains (where they’re never short of inspiration), Wild Wattle jewellery showcases organic shapes inspired by native flora.
Will and Bear is a sustainable Australian hat label. All Will and Bear hats are made from Australian wool and straw, and the wool hats are made by expert milliners in Mongolia. For every Will and Bear hat sold the company commits to planting 10 trees through trees.org. Currently they are developing a new range of hats all created from recycled materials.