01/12/2015
This girl just keeps getting better.

Words by

Naomi Hatton

One of our favourite creative gals, Martha Brown (aka Banoffee), is showing no signs of slowing down, with a new collaboration alongside Puma adding another notch to her belt.

She appears in Puma's new campaign to highlight the 'first steps' creatives take when embarking on their journey. The talented young singer and producer is followed by Melbourne-based photographer, Ben Clement, who featured in Puma's first series of the concept.

Having just finished touring around sold out Australian and New Zealand shows promoting her second EP, Brown's impeccable interest in creativity and eccentricity make her a sought-after style icon and muse for local designers. 

Reflecting on where it all began, Banoffee takes viewers on a journey back to her childhood in Clifton Hill, highlighting the important part women played in her creative development. 

au.puma.com

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