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january updates & insights

january updates & insights

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Written by simone agius
an update from Simone, and some highlights from the customer survey that was conducted over the holidays
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no black friday sales here

no black friday sales here

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Written by simone agius
why making in Australia means that we don’t do sales.
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the wholehearted story on why i designed the pisces collection

the wholehearted story on why i designed the pisces collection

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Written by simone agius
read an honest portrayal of why the simétrie handbag designs needed a new direction, why they are not made from kangaroo leather and why it’s called pisces
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how can fashion brands be meaningful allies to indigenous people?

how can fashion brands be meaningful allies to indigenous people?

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Written by Gabrielle Parker Capes

ahead of Reconciliation Week 2023, simétrie sat down with Wergaia woman, Gabby Parker Capes, to do a takeover on our blog around this year's focus to “be a voice for a generation.”

amongst beautiful discussion, Gabby gets to the core of what it means for brands and simétrie to be allies for First Nations communities.

 

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an ode to nurturers

an ode to nurturers

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Written by simone agius
simone, the founder of simétrie, celebrates the nurturers in our lives, recognising that care and support can come from a variety of people regardless of gender, age, or familial status. she shares her Nonna's sugar biscuit recipe as a symbol of the love and care that nurturers provide and encourages others to pass on a little love and care to those who have freely given it.
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fashion forward: a guide to conscious consumption

fashion forward: a guide to conscious consumption

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Written by Imogen Kerr
at simétrie we believe in creating products that prioritise the health of our planet and the well-being of those who make them. we've collated five practical recommendations to help you consciously consume, helping you prioritise the health of our planet and the livelihoods of the people behind the items you wear. 
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Gifting Connection

Gifting Connection

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Written by Ella Smith
Our marketing assistant, Ella, speaks to how our garments and accessories can build much more than just an outfit. Through her great grandmothers and grandmothers handbags she explores how the gifts we give and receive can foster connection, bring our awareness to slow fashion and even help forward a circular economy. 
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meet our artisan leathercraft makers

meet our artisan leathercraft makers

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Written by Ella Smith
the utmost care is taken at every stage of our bag making process to ensure we bring you pieces that never harm people or the planet. we've expanded our studio and our the team of artisan crafters and like our bags, upholding our ethos, is made possible by their human hands ~
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meet our founder and learn why she created simétrie

meet our founder and learn why she created simétrie

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Written by simone agius
Meet our founder, Simone Agius, as she shares her story about why she set out to create simétrie; the slow fashion bag brand that makes us feel good without impacting our people or our planet.
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creative women series: the woman behind Acid Flwrs

creative women series: the woman behind Acid Flwrs

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Written by simone agius
meet the multi-talented & skilled creative, Claire Muellercreative stylist & brand consultant. Her practice involves wearing many hats , stretching her talents in styling, marketing & fashion to solve problems in the various industries she's worked in. 
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creative women series: turning toads into treasure

creative women series: turning toads into treasure

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Written by simone agius
Inherently a visual artist & maker of jewellery with a bold & humorous Australiana 80’s aesthetic, Lia Tabrah's creative journey has led her to working with the ‘grotesque’ cane toad. We caught up with Lia to discover how this has evolved in her practice & how her connection to country has influenced her creative practice more broadly.
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