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how we make the Universal Tote Pack

how we make the Universal Tote Pack

October 03 2020

we share with you the craftsmanship and process that goes into each of our made-to-order Universal Tote Packs, which take over 17 hours to make in our Brunswick atelier. by making each of these totes through a made-to-order model, each piece receives the love and attention it truly deserves. 

SisterWorks x simétrie | Sisterly Collection

sisterly collection - the story behind the collaboration

September 17 2020
we’re pausing international shipping on our leather goods

we’re pausing international shipping on our leather goods

September 13 2020

in our latest update on the news feed, we explain the costs involved in shipping our leather collections to your place in the world outside of Australia & why we have made the hard decision to hit pause on the international shipping of our leather collections as of 17th September 2020.

meet the craftswoman behind the thick tote bag: kim ryan

meet the craftswoman behind the thick tote bag: kim ryan

July 17 2020

to celebrate the re-stocking of our much-loved Thick Tote Bag, in collaboration with Mosey Me, we are shining a spotlight on the craftswoman behind each tote - Ballarat based, Kim Ryan.

the torch: supporting life beyond incarceration

the torch: supporting life beyond incarceration

June 18 2020
at simétrie, we are shining a light on The Torch, an incredible organisation in Victoria that provides an avenue for change for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders and ex-offenders. 50% of proceeds from our archive sale are going towards this incredible organisation. find out more about how you can also support The Torch.
it's time to show our support

it's time to show our support

June 08 2020
at simétrie, we have put together a collection of australian BIPOC individuals and businesses to amplify and support - now and in the future.
comfort in creativity | part 2

comfort in creativity | part 2

April 26 2020
shortly after social distancing measures were put in place & creative industries were drastically affected, I reached out to a few creative individuals to ask them how their creative practice is helping them through it. this week in the series we hear from artist Delta Venus, jeweller Elizabeth Herman, & weaver Rachel Wood. 
comfort in creativity | part 1

comfort in creativity | part 1

April 12 2020
at times of uncertainty, we all turn to art for comfort. i asked some of the creatives in the fashion/art world around me how they are dealing with the current situation, & how their creative practice is helping them get through it.
here’s why we make locally in Melbourne

here’s why we make locally in Melbourne

March 28 2020
we are incredibly proud to craft all our products in Melbourne. we explore why making locally forms a vital part of our brand ethos – as well as the challenges that can come with it. discover our processes and why during these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to support Australian businesses.