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  • Shades of Deadly

    Shades of Deadly is a campaign celebrating deadly Aboriginal people!

    #TooStrongForYouKaren

     

  • Blak Friday celebrating Blakmas

    Love Clothing the Gap?! Then we reckon you'll love these Blak brands too!!

    Let us lighten your Christmas load and fill your spirit with deadly blak pressies.

    You're welcome <3

    Clothing the Gap to celebrate is giving away Free Postage for the next 48 Hours

    Code: BLAK SANTA

  • Aboriginal Flag: Danger of Becoming Invisible & meanining less at Sporting events

    The Aboriginal flag is in danger of becoming "invisible and meaningless" as an increasing number of sporting groups ditch the iconic image. Followi...
  • Carla Scotto X Clothing the Gap Collab

    Carla Scotto is an illustrator and designer heavily involved in climate action and environmental art. Carla believes environmental activism cannot...
  • Demand action from your local MP - put pen to paper or email for change!

    Download our template letter to send your Local Member of Parliament (MP) to urge them to take action to Free the Flag! Add your voice to the movement, together we can make this happen!
  • Tees Creating Controversy

    Clothing the Gap is more than just a label. It’s a conversation starter.

    We want to unite people through fashion and a cause. We believe the clothes you wear and what you buy can make a difference and social impact.

  • Monopoly with WAM

    GAME ON! 

    WAM Clothing hold the complete MONOPOLY over the Aboriginal flag with their world wide exclusive rights on clothing, physical and digital media and now the flag emoji.

  • Fun with Flags

    Welcome to Clothing the Gap's 'Fun with Flags'! Here you will find our newest installment in fighting to #FreeTheFlag inspired by the very own 'The Big Bang Theory'. 

  • Free the Flag Fundraiser

    Section 8 and Clothing the Gap are coming together to put on a 'Free the Flag' eventThe Aboriginal flag is a symbol that has united all the Aborigi...
  • Clothing The Gap @ YIRRAMBOI Blak Markets Sunday 5 May 2019

    Clothing The Gap will showcase along with another 20 First Nation businesses as part of the YIRRAMBOI Blak Markets on Sunday 5th May at the Meat Ma...
  • Clothing The Gap Proud Sponsors

    We are so stoked to be sponsoring the Merindas at their Album Fundraiser event on Thursday 18 April.   This  Melbourne based duo, The Merindas, are...