25/08/2017
Art you can wear.

Words by

Kaitlyn Wilson

Clan Collective is the brainchild of a fashion designer and an architect and specialises in expertly crafted, one of a kind products.

Since Claire Quirk and Daniel van Schaik launched the label in summer 2015, they’ve built a multidisciplinary design studio, creating handmade resin bangles, bowls, and vases. 

The collective also includes a textile-focused line with silk scarves and linen tote bags. 

Following multiple exhibitions, including an appearance at Melbourne Fashion Week last year, the slow-fashion and accessories label will be opening a permanent gallery in Preston in 2018. 

Until then, you can grab your own piece on Etsy here.

clancollective.etsy

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