ARTICLE 22 designs beautiful and meaningful collections that tell unknown stories and give back.
PEACEBOMB, the first collection, is jewelry made from Vietnam War era bombs by Laotian artisans.
ARTICLE 22 seeks to embody a new luxury that intimately relates our objects and ideas.
Driven dually by design and development, ARTICLE 22 cultivates the untapped talents of artisans in forgotten or off-the-beaten-track places, promoting entrepreneurship and community development.
As appropriate, additional giveback benefits a broader cause.
For PEACEBOMB, each bracelet sold demines 3m2 of bomb littered land.
The collections are composed of modern artifacts with a distinct hand feel.
They are designed for those concerned by authenticity and quality, those curious to discover.
ARTICLE 22 has been recognized by global consumers and press as pioneering the transformation of weapons to jewellery and, more generally, the tangible value of transformation through fashion.
Pioneering Assembly Label with men’s collections based around beachside living and wardrobe essentials, offering core staples and tailored garments, the brand’s offering expanded to embrace denim, outerwear and accessories.
Assembly Label debuted its women’s collection in July 2014, comprised of high quality cottons, silks and denims. The collection draws on the original fundamentals of the brand, creating an ageless wardrobe for the everywoman.
Bellroy's mission is to improve the way folk carry. Whether buying a morning coffee, cycling in the rain, a city commute or a weekend away, Bellroy have the right wallet for you.
Made from premium leathers in Australia.
Pitbull Mansion’s “Born in Tas” collection is the beginning of our transition from a boutique to a label. “Born in Tas” is significant in terms of Pitbull Mansion’s roots and where it was founded in Hobart, Tasmania.
The aim behind our self-produced collection is not to just create another clothing label but to bring Pitbull Mansion to life by sharing the story behind each of our products as well as the lifestyle that is created through the people that wear it.
The first items that feature in our collection also happen to be “Born in Tas” and are just a starting point. The collection will continue to grow and we are always planning, working, and collaborating on new things we think you might like.
Inspired by music, culture, and the people who surround them, Brixton is the collaboration of three friends who wanted to convey their lifestyle through unique products.
Created in 2004, the timeless and clean design of the Brixton collection is hard to duplicate and comes in a variety of modern yet traditional styles. Each piece is constructed with the commitment to bringing you a high quality and limited product that you'll want to hold onto forever.
The brothers Alexander and Johannes Graah and their father Morten founded Dr. Denim 2004 in Gothenburg. Every individual’s engagement and well-being is of greatest importance and run as a core through the organisation. The familiar and permissive climate creates a dynamic and personal atmosphere where the collective skills are highly recognised.
Dr. Denim's values are found in the company’s corners where community, innovation and development are leading lights.
Our most important piece of advice is to wash your jeans as rarely as possible. If you have only worn your jeans for a few hours, you don't need to throw them in the laundry. When they break, we encourage you to have them repaired, by a professional or by yourself (it's not that difficult) partly because it gives them a longer life but also because it looks great.
FLUX is a Melbourne based menswear label, making denim & tees for Australian men to kick around in for over 10 years.
Having met at Melbourne punk gigs in the 1980's, creators of FLUX, Julian & Denis grew a strong friendship which eventually led to the brand's inception in 1999. Both Denis and Julian have extensive backgrounds in graphic design. The pair bring together a diverse array of influences; rare vintage menswear, abstract art, innovative graphic design and the urgency of the punk movement.
Their attention to detail is second to none. Each pair of jeans is hand sanded, drilled, rubbed and washed to the highest standard. Finally each jean is finished with individually painted hardware and stamps.
Maria Black Jewellery is founded on the pure idea of combining aesthetics and artistry. Allowing contemporary fashion jewellery to emphasize the everyday look of modern women, and to challenge the common perception of body adornment.
Maria Black creates each collection with an underlying expression of her passions and experiences, so every collection owns a feeling or personality and becomes a complete story. Two halves becomes one unit, triangles appear in triplicate, skinny rings and stacking makes delicate fragments, strong statements and earrings requiring only one piercing create the unexpected illusion of multiple piercings. Maria’s designs are intended to encourage individual creative freedom.
Memobottle™ co-founders Jesse Leeworthy and Jonathan Byrt grew up together in a small coastal town south of Melbourne, Australia. Noticing an alarming number of plastic water bottles polluting local waterways and parks, they started looking into the global impact of this problem.
The memobottle™ is a premium, re-usable, flat water bottle designed to neatly slide into carry bags alongside computers, books and valuables. Every element of the memobottle™ has been carefully considered, from its innovative shape to the recycled cardboard packaging.
Permanent Vacation is a collection of future-focused womenswear that embodies a lo-fi sensibility with ease and intention.
Effortless and timeless women's wear made to be worn all seasons, and every garment from each Project is produced to minimise waste, and it's all made in Melbourne!
SISTER is joyful everyday clothing made in Melbourne, Australia. Not so long ago, we were making clothes for our surrounding sisters and friends, then friends of friends until…they intuitively created SISTER.
SISTER'S clothes are designed and manufactured in Brunswick, Australia. They use new Italian linens, New Zealand wools and vintage fabrics to create limited edition garments.
St. Agni's philosophy is that less is more, and combined with the integrity and passion they bring to the design process, their minimalistic approach has created a range of versatile pieces that work with a structured wardrobe or everyday style.
They take pride in their products and the relationships they have with the people and factories they choose to work with. St. Agni work with a small leather factory in Java that consists of approximately 50 staff members. It is only by working directly with the artisans that they can ensure the quality of their product.