Bras N Things Mother's Day collection - She's my mum, she's my everything - featuring Chelsea Scanlan and her son Rueben

Mother’s Day might be a little different for us all this year, but there are still so many ways you can show the special women in your life just how much they mean to you.

Whatever Mother’s Day means to you, now is a great time to honour the strong women in your life with something heartfelt whether that person is your mum, your partner, best friend or even yourself.

Nothing beats a warm hug, but you can get close with Bras N Things’ new range of snuggly sleepwear sets, robes, and slippers featuring fleecy fabrics and luxe liquid satin. Whether she likes to be cosy or enjoys the lush feeling of satin – there is something for everyone.

The new range also features fun novelty print sleepwear from sleeping panda bears with the quote, ‘Inhale… eat. Exhale… sleep’, to a cute cream set with the phrase, ‘Head in the clouds’. Motifs to match any mood.

Chelsea Scanlan, along with her son Rueben, star in this campaign which is all about celebrating simple pleasures.

Bras N Things’ National Marketing Manager Natalie Chalmers said: “This campaign is all about embracing the little things that make us feel good and showing the special women in our life how much they mean to us. With many of us now physically separated from our extended family and friends we’ve all embraced virtual ways to connect, but there is still something deeply special about receiving a little gift in the mail or sending something to brighten your loved one’s day. Whether it’s fleecy and cosy, fun prints, lush satin or snuggly slippers – this range is all about making the important women in our lives, feel as special as we know they are.”

For a full list of stores or to shop online visit http://www.brasnthings.com/

Source: Bras N Things


Zegna Group To Manufacture Hospital Suits

“Let’s look out for each other. Let’s get through this together.” – Gildo Zegna, CEO of Ermenegildo Zegna.

As part of the Zegna Group’s efforts to aid in the fight against the global COVID-19 crisis, they have started manufacturing protective hospital suits for medical staff, with the aim of producing 280,000 units. These efforts will help provide urgently needed supplies to the Piedmont Region (250,000 units) and Canton Ticino (30,000 units), where they have converted a portion of there INCO plant in Novara and CONSITEX in Mendrisio to accommodate the suit production.

This is a collective effort made possible by the collaboration between the Zegna Group, Fondazione Zegna, the Piedmont Region, Italy and Canton Ticino, Switzerland. The protective suits are constructed with a non-woven fabric, produced by Pratrivero SpA in Biella, Italy.

The Zegna Group is incredibly pleased that the Biella textile district and Unione Industriale Biellese responded immediately to our appeal to work together during this difficult period. We are proactively collaborating with the Piedmont Crisis Unit and Canton Ticino relevant authority to speed up the production process in an effort to meet the pressing need for vital medical supplies.

The crisis we are all facing is a stark reminder that we must join together in every effort to combat the outbreak. UNITED, WE WILL MAKE IT!

Source: Ermenegildo Zegna


Coronavirus fashion industry campaign: #WeWearAustralian

We Wear Australian is an initiative to raise awareness for those in the Australian fashion industry who have been deeply affected by the global situation at hand, and are drawing together to contribute to the rebuild of our community.

Richard Poulson, Co-Founder of Morrison and CEO of new eCommerce environment Showroom-X, has led the We Wear Australian initiative. “The Australian fashion industry has never experienced tougher times, but we are a creative and resilient industry, by uniting and putting a spotlight on the industry impact and response we are able to support each other and contribute to the rebuild of Australia.” said Poulson.

The sudden and unplanned closure of bricks and mortar retail and the cancellation of many wholesale orders has left designers with empty stores and warehouses full of stock.

We Wear Australian is a three week initiative to drive awareness and sales to Australian designer’s e-commerce sites. Each designer will be offering special offers on their new season merchandise.

#WeWearAustralian participating brands will make a cash or clothing donation to support two Australian Charities; Dress for Success who assist women wanting to return to the workforce, and Thread Together who take excess new stock from designers and manufacturers and redistributes to vulnerable people, while at the same ensuring it stays out of landfill.

Leila Naja Hibri, CEO of The Australian Fashion Council said, “Despite the havoc of these unprecedented times, it is so wonderful to see the Australian Fashion community step up and come together. For those who can, please support your favourite Australian designer by buying Australian and wearing Australian. Help Australian Fashion unite, help Australian Fashion survive.”

By buying Australian brands you are supporting our fashion industry right now when it needs you, and in turn, ensuring we still have a thriving industry once we get to the other side.

We are #BetterTogether

Source:  We Wear Australian


Witchery and the OCRF announce Morgan Mitchell as an ambassador for the 2020 Witchery White Shirt Campaign

Witchery and the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF) have announced Morgan Mitchell as an official ambassador for the 2020 Witchery White Shirt Campaign.

Inspired by Cathy Freeman, Morgan Mitchell became an Olympian at the age of 21, as a 400-metre sprinter in the 2016 Summer Olympics. In 2019, Mitchell switched focus to 800-metre sprinting and is now training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Off the field, Mitchell is studying, has a passion for fashion and style and follows a vegan diet, recently featuring in the documentary Game Changers which challenges the idea that athletes need meat to excel in their field.

An inspiring sportsperson, Mitchell wants to be a role model to others and encourages everyone to follow their dreams and do what makes them happy.

The White Shirt Campaign’s mission is to raise much needed funds to support vital research endeavours to develop an early detection test for ovarian cancer as readily available and habitual as a pap smear or mammogram. For every Witchery White Cotton Shirt sold, Witchery will donate 100% of the gross proceeds to the OCRF.

The Witchery White Cotton Shirt is available online at witchery.com.au.


Swimwear? Yup, a new collection from Montce.

Montce Swim’s Swim 2020 collection is almost here and their summer collection is beyond stunning!

With crushed velvet, rhinestone straps, and sexy one and two piece suit coming in a large array of different colors, styles and textures; this collection is truly nothing like you’ve seen before.

Source: Montce