21/07/2016
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Fashion Journal

RMIT design graduate, Hannah McMullin, is shaking up the local fashion scene with her creative baby Hid the Label. It’s evident within the label’s two-part debut collection that producing sustainable, ethical and local garments is a top priority for McMullin.

Hid the Label’s A is for collection delivers a selection of classic basics – think soft jersey dresses, singlets and culottes.

B is for is McMullin’s statement AW collection and features versatile striped prints and playful logo sweaters matched with free-flowing coats, capes and pants.

Both Melbourne-made collections are now available online so get in fast, before the rest of us do.

hidthelabel.com

This article was originally published in Fashion Journal 159. You can read it here.

hidthelabel.com RMIT design alumni, Hannah McMullin, is shaking up the
local fashion scene with her creative baby Hid the Label. It’
within the label’s two-part debut collection that producing sustainable,
ethical and local garments is a top priority for McMullin. Hid the
Label’s
A is for
collection delivers a selection of classic basics – think soft
jersey dresses, singlets and culottes.
B is for
is McMullin’s statement AW
collection and features versatile striped prints and playful logo sweaters
matched with free-flowing coats, capes and pants. Both Melbourne-made
collections are now available online so get in fast, before the rest of us do.
hidthelabel.com

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