our most recent release - the Sisterly Collection - was a product of creative alchemy, born from the collision of incredible creative minds, one of whom was Bianca Balliro, the artist behind the illustration on our Sisterly Totes. we have the absolute pleasure of sharing Bianca's story and artistic practice.
at simétrie, our team is made up of artisan craftswomen creating the works of wearable art in our bag range. we’re also lucky enough to have opportunities to collaborate with others in the local community who are just as passionate about quality and style as we are - and to share the talents of our team with them.
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.
at simétrie, we are so excited to reveal our collaboration with SisterWorks as well as the process & heart behind each piece of the Sisterly Collection.
as a true artisan, Clem brings a wealth of experience, heart and traditional construction techniques to her practice. whilst Clem is not able to create in the studio with us, we are taking this opportunity for you to get to know her.
at simétrie, we have put together a collection of australian BIPOC individuals and businesses to amplify and support - now and in the future.
an appreciation post for how we are celebrating Mother's Day a little differently this year. simétrie founder Simone, interviewed three amazing women on being a new mum, and the challenges they are facing right now during the covid-19 restrictions.
an interview with Amy & Sharifa about their craft, what International Women’s Day means to them & how they came to work with simétrie.