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Monday, 12 October 2009

Fashion Rocks the Convent

Thea & Sami has been invited to participate in a Frugal Fashion Parade. You may be wondering what our organic garments have to do with being frugal? Surely, anything that can be worn for a long time and not categorized as disposable fashion, is frugal indeed.








The fashion parade is taking place on Sunday, 23rd October at lovely Benedict House in Queanbeyan, New South Wales. Please click here for more information on the fashion parade and the participants.



I love buildings with a history and Benedict House was originally built as a boarding school by the Good Samaritan Sisters. It has had a colourful history including having former Australian Prime Ministers, Ben Chifley named after it and Paul Keating as an owner in the 1980's.


You may be excited to know that the gallery not only sells lovely jewellery but also runs regular beading workshops so you can make you own masterpieces. These delicious images are borrowed from their website here.


Back to fashion, don't forget that Botanique is on tomorrow night although I believe they were close to being sold out.

Our Summer organic fashion collection is now in-store at Bliss Ecowear!

5 comments:

Michelle said...

What an amazing building to have a lovely event like this...
And even more amazed that Paul Keating was an owner too..

Little Jane St said...

Congrats Thea!

Beach Vintage said...

Congrats on being selected. What a great event.

Candice Herne said...

Hi Thea lovely to meet you last night. I look forward to meeting you again and catching up with all your studio news through the blog. I'd like to get to one of your screen printing workshops oneday. Candyxx

6p00e54fc7264c8834 said...

Wow! You must be busy! The blog is looking great too. Have to catch up soon. J

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