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Design your own label with ease, while we handle everything from samples to manufacture to delivery.

Yes, it’s that simple.

Here’s why you’re into us.

Are you a brand? An influencer? An individual looking to start your own label? Or maybe you are trying to simplify your existing production process?

Yes?

Then we’re a perfect fit. We’re into you too.

We're ready. So let’s get set and go.

We've teamed up with ethical manufacturers that are the perfect fit for you. So rest assured you will get the highest quality product to suit your needs.

When sustainability meets speed...

That's where it's AT.

We like putting in the work.

So you don’t have to.

We like being flexible and getting as involved in the process as you want us to be.

Be it branding and shipping, or anything else you might be missing!

Our Blog

What You Might Not Know: How Do You Get That Pink?

What You Might Not Know: How Do You Get That Pink?

Where did that stunning pink that you’ve got in your closet come from? How do your food, candies and drinks get that particular hue of red? Click to find out more about the centuries-old method used to get all those shades of pink, red, and purple!
August 31, 2020 — Alex Heinemann
The Most Ethical Materials For Your Own Clothing Line

The Most Ethical Materials For Your Own Clothing Line

What is the impact of the contents of your closet on the environment? Which qualities and industry standards should you prioritise when selecting fabrics for your own clothing line? From orange and pineapple fibre to recycled polyester, there is so much variety when it comes to choosing the perfect fabric for you.
August 08, 2020 — Amelia Williams
How to Recycle Used Clothes in Australia

How to Recycle Used Clothes in Australia

Donating clothes to charity isn't always the best way to get rid of unwanted clothes. Be creative when it comes to recycling and repurposing your old fabrics - from in-store recycle bins to making shopping bags, there is so much more you can do!
July 10, 2020 — Amelia Williams