Wanderlust is the latest collection from Sydney based brand, Junior Blvd. Created by Louise Sykes, emerging designer and mother of two young boys.
Simone Ryan has created her own brand of sustainable girls clothing inspired by her travels, vintage prints and of course her grandmother (and namesake), Peggy. With a strong focus on sustainable fabrics, manufacturing and thoughtful design, Peggy is a considered collection for girls made with love, to be loved.
Alana and Chris are the friends behind the Australian brand Goldie + Ace. Their philosophy centres around sustainable clothing, and the mantra “buy less, wear more and pass it on”. They only use the best quality fabrics for their easy-to-wear range, and close attention to detail ensures clothing that will last.
Today we chat to sisters Naomi and Tenille who are both owners of the stylish kids decor store, Poppy’s Little Treasures.
Noami is the behind the scenes girl who does everything from website design to marketing and ordering. Tenille is the face of the bricks and mortar Poppy’s Little Treasures store in Penrith which she manages. There is nothing we love more at Minty than seeing strong, amazing mumma’s turn their hard work and passion into a business.
Minty Magazine is proud to support small businesses like Pip + Lenny who possess a passion for sustainable fashion. Today, we had the opportunity to chat to Bec and Justine who are the co-owners of the uber stylish and ethical brand.
Their attention to detail and quality in all of their products is astounding. We promise you will absolutely love their beautiful and minimal designs!
We are so excited to bring this weeks Behind the Brand blog post to our Minty readers today. Peter Jansson has just been announced as the new head designer for Anarkid!
Anarkid is the epitome of ‘cool’ in the kidswear industry. If you’re looking for some rad threads then they are an absolute MUST to check out!
Peter Jansson was educated at Central Saint Martins in London, Peter is best known for his Cheap Monday and Weekday designs which achieved international recognition for over a decade. Peter has joined the Sydney-based team with enthusiasm towards steering Anarkid in a new direction towards the brand values of acceptance, confidence, creativity, transparency and rebellion.
If you’re anything like me and Jayni Assirati, owner of Billie the Kid then you essentially own a wardrobe consisting of only black and white. Billie the Kid launched in 2015 when Jayni, an entrepreneurial mum of 2 boys had struck gold on a business idea.
Their style is iconic and the brand runs a killer Instagram account with content you’ll fall in love with. Their trucker hats and bags are great for gifts or just when you feel like spoiling a little loved one in your life.