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Kirrikin is a uniquely Australian endeavour. Luxury accessories feature artworks of contemporary Indigenous Australian artists, showcased on stunning handcrafted fashion and accessories. Their exclusive designs revolve around identity through exploring Aboriginal people, traditions, and their land. Kirrikin is spirited, capturing the essence of Australia.

Kirrikin is an Aboriginal word that roughly translates as ‘Sunday's best clothes’. The team are proud to introduce the word Kirrikin to you, as it was a part of the original language recorded by missionaries visiting the Hunter Valley early in the 1820s. It is also part of Wonnarua language revitalisation.

The Kirrikin Summer artwork is digitally printed onto sustainable fabric including Viscose (wood pulp) and Vita Lycra (Recycled Plastic Bottle lycra) to make unique and luxurious garments.

Kirrikin is an Indigenous registered social enterprise and a percentage of each and every Kirrikin purchase is directly returned to the featured Indigenous Australian artist involved in the design.

BRAND VALUES
+ Australian designed
All Kirrikin collections are designed in Perth, Western Australia.

+ Sustainable 
Kirrikin's collections are based around transeasonal pieces, they are made to be loved and looked after so that they can be worn year after year. 

+ Ethical
Kirrikin's collections are made offshore by ethical and traditional craftspeople, who are paid above minimum wages. No child labour is used in Kirrikin's production process and founder, Amanda visits Kirrikin's facility once a year so ensure working condition standards are kept.

+ Eco-friendly fabrics
Kirrikin uses some eco-friendly fabrics in their production including 100% environmentally friendly viscose, silk, cashmere and Tencel.

+ Transparent
You can ask the team at Kirrikin anything you want about their supply chain, practices and manufacturing processes. 

+ Social enterprise
Kirrkin's profits are shared with local indigenous artists to support their trade and livelihood. Kirrikin donates a portion of their profits across several charities, they particularly support Aboriginal women in prison by running a yarning circle and arts programme to help them develop a new skill.

+ Recycled
Kirrikin's collections include some pieces made with Econyl and advanced recycled Vita Xtra Life Lycra. 

Kirrikin is designed in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

Support an ethical fashion future and shop the full Kirrikin collection here.