sustainable clothing workshops

Have you got a wardrobe full of things you never wear? Perhaps you collect ill-fitting op-shop garments that you never get around to altering? From mid August to the end of October, I will be running clothing reconstruction wardrobes, where participants can bring along a suitcase full of old (unworn) favourites, and over the course of 2, 3 or 4 sessions, we will turn these garments upside down, inside out... read more

refashion workshops

I’m running a series of clothing reconstruction workshops in central victoria over the next few months. An opportunity to clear out and reinvigorate your wardrobe, these workshops are a fun, practical way to custom-design existing garments while reducing your fashion... read more

80/20 rule

In keeping with the Pareto Principle, there is a rough statistic floating around that we wear 20% of our wardrobe 80% of the time, and yet most of us still complain of having nothing to wear. As a personal stylist, I have the intimate privilege of meeting many people and getting to know them through their closets – sometimes skeletons and all. It is an incredibly private and brave decision to let a... read more


“The German chemist, Michael Braungart, and the American designer-architect William McDonough are fundamentally changing the way we produce and build. If waste would become food for the biosphere or the technosphere (all the technical products we make), producĀ­tion and consumption could become beneficial for the planet. A design and production concept that they call Cradle to Cradle.” Words... read more

make more

…frocks & friperies….. gluten-free baking….. d.i.y….. tip-shop building….. hard-rubbish interiors….. kid-craft….. l’amour….. read more

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