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About CLEAN the Label

Christina graduated at South Metropolitan TAFE in 2016 with an Advanced Diploma in Applied Fashion Design and Technology where the label was developed. Originally the unisex label was created for lots of play on colour and giving fashion a much needed element of disorder whilst still making garments wearable. Heavy influences from Japanese street fashion play a very big part in the design and brand identity.

In 2017, the label became more focused on ethical and sustainable ways of creating garments for those who are interested in slow fashion but also seek pieces that aren’t neutral or basic. Current works now focus more on one off designs that are made from unwanted garments and fabrics using tricky zero waste design methods. It puts the lost DIY roots of alternative fashion back in place which will continue in future works. Everything is either unique or made in very limited runs.