Shop colourful jumpsuits and mini skirts at half price
Its prints our loud and proud, and its ethics are sound, which is why we get excited about clothing label Yevu. Each item is made in Ghana in a socially responsible factory owned by Australian Anna Robertson. Each summer, Robertson brings a new range to Sydney for a pop-up shop. Summer has long gone, so Robertson is having a four-day sale. There’ll be up to 50 per cent off women’s, men’s and kids’ clothing as well as accessories. There’ll be trans-seasonal pieces, such as hand-woven unisex pullovers, oversized jackets, boiler suits, bomber jackets and mini skirts. Prices will be start at $30, and the best thing about it is that you’ll know your clothing has been made by a social enterprise that aims to economically empower micro producers and manufacturers through generating jobs and income.