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Sustainable Traders 18 October 2022

Sustainable Traders 18 October 2022

Kathmandu | Jackfruit The Label | All The Wild Roses | In The Soulshine | Maggie Marilyn | Dimples | BAYTHE | HoMie | Untouched World | Clothing The Gaps


Kathmandu specialises in outdoor gear designed for rugged landscapes and adventure. As a B-Corp, Kathmandu wants to use business to have positive effects on the environment, and to protect our planet and the places we play. They do this through responsible sourcing of materials, diverting 90% of their waste from ending up in landfill, and offsetting their carbon emissions. They also now have three buildings with a 5-star Green Star rating.

Jackfruit The Label

Born out of a desire for body and earth loving garments that are comfortable, ethical, sustainable, and cute, Jackfruit The Label produces in small batches, using solar energy. From the beginning of the process, designs and patterns, to dying fabric and the construction of garments, they do everything themselves and ship to you in home compostable shipping bags.

All the Wild Roses

All the Wild Roses is an Australian label forging fashion for a better future with a vision to connect and empower women through sustainable design, creating opportunity for people to thrive. A Certified B Corp, they create vintage-inspired dresses with a bohemian vibe, opting to use natural and biodegradable upcycled fabrics, like cotton, silk, and linens.

In The Soulshine

In The Soulshine is an Australian vegan and cruelty-free label that focuses on creating clothes that do not exploit people or destroy our planet. Their tees are made from GOTS-certified cotton, coloured using plant dyes, and are shipped plastic-free.

Maggie Marilyn

Maggie Marilyn believes that the future of fashion is one rooted in transparency, circularity, regeneration and inclusion. A B-Corp certified label, their designs are timeless, with the intention of being loved for a lifetime. They are committed to using the best quality fabrics that are kind to both people and the planet including organic cotton, linen, tencel, econyl, post-consumer waste recycled polyester and deadstock fabrics. 


Dimples is a New Zealand-based baby-wear label focused on producing garments made from natural materials. All garments are manufactured in New Zealand using soft textured cotton-rich fabrics, the finest 100% certified organic cotton and merino wool, and natural silk for those special occasions. Originally designed by a mother for her own babies, their clothing and accessories are still made and hand-embroidered in New Zealand.


BAYTHE is a considered swim and athleisure brand deeply rooted in a journey through self-exploration and wellness, guided by movement. Each piece is carefully constructed to assist you on your wellness journey, with a focus on comfort and versatility, using innovative and responsible fabrics to ensure a sustainable approach in their production. BAYTHE works with Australian manufacturers to create high-quality pieces to stand the test of time.


HoMie stands for Homelessness of Melbourne incorporated enterprise. HoMie is a not-for-profit supporting young people affected by homelessness or hardship equipping them with skills, confidence and experiences to be more work-ready and better prepared for their future. Their REBORN range focuses on using pre-loved garments, upcycled and redeveloped to produce high quality one-of-a-kind pieces.

Untouched World

Untouched World is a sustainable lifestyle brand that celebrates living in harmony with nature. Using beautiful natural fibres and earth inspired hues, clothes are designed to travel, work, and play without compromising on comfort or style, thoughtfully designed with pared back silhouettes that remain relevant season after season.  

Clothing The Gaps

Clothing The Gaps is a fresh and dynamic fashion label managed by health professionals that celebrates Aboriginal people and culture. Named after a play on the words "Closing the Gap", which is an Australian Government health initiative to help close the life expectancy gap between Aboriginal people and non-Indigenous Australians, they produce merch to influence and unite people through fashion and causes so that Aboriginal people and communities can thrive. 

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