Posted on May 5, 2011
Lara and Tegan from Ink & Spindle have collaborated with studiomate Dana from Twiglet and have launched Inklet… an adorable range of kinds clothes (pictured above) printed on 100% certified organic, sweatshot-free jersey, printed and manufactured in Australia. That ticks a whole lot of boxes! They’ll also be at Bowerbird Bazaar in Adelaide this weekend.
Phoebe from Simply Phoebe is interviewed on The Little Sage‘s blog, and talks honestly about ‘listening to your gut’ when it comes to identifying your passions and turning them into businesses.
Nicole Tattersall and Megan Dell’s duo exhibtion ‘Drip’ opened last night and runs until the end of the month at For Walls, the artspace inside Miss Libertine (34 Franklin St, Melbourne).
Did you see Aisling and Neil from Designed in Brunswick in the paper last weekend?
Justine from Upon a Fold has some new things in her shop this week (she also has the most lovely website design I’ve seen in a while!)
And speaking of web stores, if you’d like to visit the Orlando and Ivy bricks-and-mortar store, their last day of trade is this Saturday 7th May (before they trade exclusively online)… go and give Ming-Zhu a high five for launching the next exciting phase of her business!
Lastly, did you know you can follow the CWC on twitter now? Our handle is @_CWC (don’t forget the underscore!).
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