5 Australian Fashion Brands At The Top Of My Wishlist This Summer

Alice Hartwell

Summer appears to be, slowly but surely, kicking into gear this year. A rise in temps sets a style shift in force: out with the coats and long sleeves, in with the beachy, breathable and relaxed fits. No fashion culture captures this essence greater than brands hailing from the land of sun itself – Australia. These Aussie labels hitting the mainstream, optimistically, share a mutual commitment to sustainable production and responsible materials. Pair this with timeless, contemporary designs and you have a capsule summer wardrobe to see you through a lifetime. Slather on the SPF 50 –  here’s 5 Australian sustainable fashion brands filling up my wish list fast this season.

Open-back LENZING™ Lyocell and ECOVERO™-blend twill top
St. Agni

Most likely featured in the OOTD of your favourite, minimalist fashion influencer, St. Agni’s enduring, elevated designs never fail to hit the mark. Relaxed yet refined, their pieces are expertly crafted to last with conscious materials and transparent, ethical supply chains.

Open-back LENZING™ Lyocell and ECOVERO™-blend twill top

Strapless cutout wool-blend twill mini dress

Twist leather slingback sandals

The 03 washed-linen shirt and shorts set
Two Tie Linen Tank and Shorts Set
Deiji Studios

The brand that defines comfort – allow me to introduce you to Deiji Studios. I was lucky enough to snag one of their sets second-hand on Depop a few months back, and have essentially lived in it every time the sun comes out. Specialising in OEKO-TEX® certified loungewear-meets-daywear sets, their simplistic, no-fuss garms serve as core pieces for regular rotation in any summer wardrobe.

The 03 washed-linen shirt and shorts set

Two Tie linen tank and shorts set

One-shoulder organic cotton-poplin top

Mila Asymmetric Rib Top
Marjolaine Shirred Full Dress
Friend of Audrey

Founded in Sydney, this label seeks to deliver collections that forever stay in style, with its namesake honouring the iconic timelessness of Audrey Hepburn. Each considered collection takes an innovative twist on classic silhouettes, creating an unfailingly stylish uniform for the modern woman. 

Mila Asymmetric Rib Top

Marjolaine Shirred Full Dress

Sete Linen Elastic Waist Pant

Serena Linen Halter Top
Issey Pleated Skort
DISSH

Celebrated across the pages of VOGUE, Harper’s Bazaar and Grazia to name a few, DISSH is proving quite the trailblazer in Australia’s eco-fashion scene. With a proactive, sustainable mission at the centre of its philosophy, including a partnership with Thread Together, this brand also delivers on laidback, comforting summer-friendly designs.

Serena linen halter top

Sophie strapless midi dress

Issey pleated skort

Halliday fringed crocheted cotton maxi skirt
Zimmerman

If you’re ready to welcome the trending Chloé-esque boho vibes this season, Zimmerman has you taken care of. Curators of “the perfect beach wardrobe”, natural fibres are used in 70% of the label’s collections, so while there’s room for improvement, Zimmerman demonstrates a clear dedication to a sustainable output.

Waverly printed silk shirt

Halliday fringed crocheted cotton maxi skirt

Harmony metallic-knit maxi dress

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