We are delighted to let you know that a selection of our Treasures from a Shipwreck Coast jewellery is now available at Debbie Moses Daylesford. So if you are heading to central Victoria make sure you drop into this gorgeous boutique!
– how do we give antique textiles a new wearable life whilst preserving the integrity of the original design and garment.
This comes with a responsibility and we hope you will like how we have done this with our new Limited Edition poncho scarves, made from antique ethnic Thai textiles.
The textiles come from a village in Nghe An province who produce handwoven textiles for us. Whilst keeping pieces for their own textile heritage, some are available for us. We have been thinking about this design for some time and we’re pretty pleased with the result.
Future Traditions will be in Melbourne, this Saturday and Sunday, 8th & 9th December
at 73 Cromwell Street, Collingwood.
An initiative of the Pop-Up Collective Australia and Temples and Markets, this event brings together a wonderful range of ethical and fair trade designers and brands for ONE-WEEKEND-ONLY!
We’re delighted to be a part of this event and will not only have a selection of our clothing range, but also our jewellery, new silk velvet shawls and shrugs, and our Christmas decorations. Lots of gift ideas to help you get into the festive spirit.
To celebrate Vietnamese Women’s Day and United Nations Day, Future Traditions is offering 15% off our Ao Dai until 27th October.
This includes short and long ao dai, yoke neck and cap sleeve ao dai featuring Hmong handcrafted indigo batik as well as the limited ao dai which feature handwoven, naturally dyed panels of ethnic Thai textiles.
It’s a early start to get into the mood for the festive season. See you in our showroom.