Meet Dui Cameron , the designer and driving force behind Boom Shankar, an indian word that means "to bless". From a childhood obsession with drawing and dress-ups, her love of colour and design has morphed into the creative talent that produces Boom Shankar’s fabulous creations. Always a free spirit, Boom Shankar’s first pieces were born out of Dui’s time spent in India in 1996 and continue to this day. Drawing inspiration from the colour and joyful spirit of India, her designs also reflect traditional sewing techniques and fabrics that are indigenous to India. A prominent Australian fashion label we love to support!




Kenana Knitters is a grassroots organisation situated near Njoro (Rift Valley area of Kenya) and was founded in 1998 by local Kenyan, Patricia Nightingale.  Patricia wanted to assist local ladies who were lacking a market for their homespun wool. Over time with clever designs, she and the knitters transformed the yarn into unique creations.With a vision to further impact the community, Kenana Knitters taught women in the area to knit beautiful, organic cotton products using local, sustainable resources.  By providing a safe, family-friendly working environment, Kenana Knitters empowers women, offering them a chance to work and take charge of their lives, with pride and dignity. Today, Kenana Knitters has 580 registered knitters on their books and currently 430 are active. There are at least 200 spinners looking after the provision of homespun wool.



 Meet 'Cristina", Spanish designer behind the Bali based fashion label "Coconut Milk Clothing". After leaving an established career in marketing in Spain for island life, Cristina followed her passion for fashion and developed an ethical brand that produces quality and timeless pieces. Working with local producers, Cristina's is involved in every step of production, each garment made with lattention to detail and lots of love!!