Blak Friday celebrating Blakmas
Love Clothing the Gap?!
Then we reckon you'll also love these Blak brands too!!
1. Big Nuzz The Label > Socks
BIG NUZZ clothing label is the development and creation of a 12-year-old KOORIprenuer. A proud Yorta Yorta, Wiradjuri, Gunditjmara, Wemba Wemba, Gunai man, the BIG NUZZ passion for identity, culture and business come together for this unique range of clothing line for his many mobs and followers.
Our fav product atm... the Big Nuzz socks. Buy a pair and support the next Gen!!
2. Bush Medijina > Healing Balm
Bush Medijina began in a small shed, fueled by a big dream; to support Warningakalina women, to share our culture with others, and to preserve their traditions and knowledge for future generations. Using recipes passed down to by their mothers, aunties and grandmothers, they hand-make their products. They harvest local bush produce and combine it with natural and sustainable ingredients sourced from the most reputable suppliers across Australia.
Our fav product atm.. the Healing Balm also know by the Elders to be a miracle cream!
3. Gammin Threads > Young Aunty's Club Tee
Tahnee, is a proud descendant of the Yorta Yorta, Taungurung, Boonwurrung & Mutti Mutti nations.
Gammin threads was born from a love of typography, language and blak pride. It consists of deadly chillwear and accessories for people who believe in living colourfully, paying respect and empowering women.
Our fav product atm... Gammin threads newest tee "Young Aunty's Club | We'll still flog ya"!.
4. Haus of Dizzy > Kiya Watt X Haus of Dizzy Collab
Wiradjuri woman, Kristy Dickinson has built Haus of Dizzy from the ground up. Kristy is an Indigenous Australian Jewellery Designer & Queen of Bling. Haus of Dizzy earrings are eye-catching and contagious. If you don't want all eyes on you, Haus of Dizzy earrings isn't for you.
Our fav product atm... Haus of Dizzy recent collab with Kiya Watt using colours and art to represent the seasons of the year. Kiya is a Menang Gnudju Noongar artist located in Albany WA. Check them out.
5. Koorie Circle > Possum Cloak Earrings
The designer and maker behind The Koorie Circle, Laura Thompson, Gunditjmara woman creates contemporary Aboriginal designed and inspired jewellery made from sustainably sourced timber.
Her collection has developed from a desire to make pieces that tell a story, celebrating the culture, history and identity of Aboriginal Australia. Each piece bears the mark of its maker and is made to be worn with pride.
Our fav product atm... the new Possum Cloak earrings which were inspired and made for the 'They Shield Us' exhibition. These possum earrings find a contemporary way to cloak.
6. Take Pride Movement > Sacred Land CapProud Wiradjuri man Ben Thompson has been killing it. We love the brand, the person behind the brand and his vision! Take Pride movement is about voicing First Nation Australians through wardrobe essentials for all races to celebrate the oldest surviving culture.
Our fav product atm... Newest hat. Illegal property soon so get in fast!!
7. Miimi and Jiinda > Stone Prints
⋒ INDIGENOUS ARTISTS ⋒
Gumbayngirr Dunghutti Bundjalung
Mother & Daughter duo.
The stone prints are all Miimi&Jiinda original artworks that have been printed on to quality stone panels and framed in beautiful reclaimed hardwood. The stone prints are sustainable, long-lasting, all hand made in Australia.
Recently featured on The Block
Our fav product atm... Stone Prints :)
8. Smoke and Ochre > Smudge Sticks
Traditional bush medicines made by three generations of strong Indigenous women. Ethically and naturally made.
Our fav atm... SMUDGE STICKS!!!
Burn this smudge stick to ward off negative energies in your space and home.
9. Jarin Street > Aboriginal Yoga Mats
Jarin Street imakes eco-friendly tree rubber mats from Aboriginal artwork. Aboriginal art done by Aboriginal people.
We lovveee their high quality non-slip eco-friendly mats made from tree rubber featuring Aboriginal artwork done by Aboriginal artists. Sweat in style in a culturally safe space.
Our fav product atm... Aboriginal yoga mats
10. Rachael Sarra > Notebook
As a contemporary Aboriginal artist from Goreng Goreng Country, Rachael uses art as a powerful tool in storytelling to educate and share Aboriginal culture and it’s evolution. Rachaels work often challenges and explores the themes of societies perception of what Aboriginal art and identity is.
Her style is feminine, fun and engaging but is strongly drawn from her heritage and her role as an Aboriginal woman in a modern world.
Hard to pick one favourite item because this goddess does so much!!! She is amazing. Our fav product atm... Notebooks
11. Taylah Aimee > Pillows
Met this tidda while she was finishing her degree and starting her business. She is lubly and talented and grassroots. If you can't buy one of her products, catch her at a basket weaving or design workshop she throws!
Taylah's designs tell a story. She seeks to evoke emotion and happiness to her customers and those viewing her artwork. She wants you to feel connected through her art but also to the world around you.
Looking for an Aboriginal artist for tattoos, Taylah has thought ahead and does voucher for this!!
Our fav product atm... Custom made Pillows!!! Taylah Aimee pillows are a perfect touch for any room.
12. Monique Rosa Photography > Mob Portraits
We love Monique Rosa Photography. Not only is her heart huge and has promoted and photographed our Clothing The Gap merch for free!!!! She's a deadly photographer.
Monique is versatile in her photography, however, who doesn't love themselves some mob portraits. Check out Monique's photos and services!!
Want more blak brands?
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