Manning Cartell | Say No to the Fashion Calendar

News| 26th August 2020
Manning Cartell | Say No to the Fashion Calendar
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It has not been business as usual at Manning Cartell's Headquarters.

Manning Cartell have been considering many things since the global pandemic has erupted, both personally and professionally. They are proud to be a family owned, Australian made brand and right now it means more than ever.

They have always focused on an ethical approach to doing business, it’s part of the Manning Cartell DNA. It’s built on the foundation of what the sisters had instilled growing up in the Manning family, to be kind to one another and to encourage others to explore what inspires them.

So now, to approach things differently, to reduce waste and make what they present to you more relevant, they will no longer be following the fashion calendar. Manning Cartell will instead be showcasing inspiring pieces to you at a time that is relevant to the weather patterns. As an example, right now the temperatures are dropping throughout most regions in Australia, so they will be presenting you with pieces that you can work into your wardrobe for the cooler months ahead. In the past, following the fashion calendar, those pieces would typically be showcased in the summer months.

Although this pandemic has been destructive and affected so many of our lives, Manning Cartell would like to focus on the positive that will come from this. We are hopeful that this will create the change that has been required in our industry for such a long time, to reduce the waste and speed of fashion. We are excited for what the future holds.

As part of the launch, limited edition 'Join the Cartell' tees will be available. The tee features an exclusive graphic print that details 'Say No to the Fashion Calendar'.

This tee is ethically made in Australia and available in store now.

Manning Cartell | Shop 63, Level 1 | Open Monday - Friday: 11am - 5pm, Saturday: 10am - 5pm and Sunday: 11am - 4pm

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