We're always searching for new brands who are making a significant impact when it comes to ethical and sustainable fashion and the three brands we have launched this week are no exception. So let's get to know the new residents at the Thread Harvest "house of fashion":
The baby of an Italian shoe dude who loves watches and two eco-smart entrepreneurs with a crush on the environment, WE fashions wooden timepieces made from mostly scrap-wood and use state-of-the-art Miyota movements, resulting in a unique watch that's handsome, earth-friendly, and splash-proof.
Their collection includes various woods, face styles and bands, all WeWood watches are made from recycled and reclaimed timber including Indian rosewood, mahogany, coffee tree and teak, with each combination of style and wood offering a unique story. Most of the wood is sourced from offcuts from furniture factories.
We love the style of these watches and think you will too - check out their range today!
ELLE EVANS SWIMWEAR & ACTIVEWEAR
Tanya Evans and Ellie Evans met in 2010 (and no, they're not related, they like to think it was just fate!), and worked for the same fashion label for several years and became fast friends. A few years after the duo had both left the company found Tanya raising her two beautiful daughters in Sydney, and Ellie nursing her own "baby" Elle Evans Swimwear in Melbourne. Elle Evans Swimwear grew (so did Tanya's babes!) and when Ellie finally plucked up the courage to ask Tanya if she would join as a business partner, Tanya was not so secretly thrilled! Each talented in their separate fields they feel like they have found the ying to each others yang, and can't wait to bring Elle Evans Swimwear into the foreground of the Australian Fashion scene.
We're proud to partner with them in that endeavour and absolutely love their collection of Swim and Active wear along with their Teens and Kids ranges.
I know, I know, we've had Proof on the site for a while now, but what we haven't had is their ENTIRE COLLECTION of amazing sunglasses.
The idea to start Proof surfaced in 2010, when founder Brooks was trying to create a bamboo ski pole in his garage. The idea was a failure, but it planted the seed that would eventually morph into Proof. In the following year, while building up the idea of a bamboo or wood consumer product, the first prototypes for Proof were created.
Check out the full range of the amazing Proof Sunnies, you won't be disappointed!
So there you have it - our three new brands this week and we're not stopping there! Over the coming weeks you can expect to see more variety as we continue our mission to bring you the best brands that embody style and substance.
Image: Renegrades Of Chic | Model: Cintia de Marchi | Photographer: Thiago Siqueira