This label was named after its commitment to transparency

Words by Fashion Journal

Kicking goals.

For those on the hunt for ethical fashion, we recommend checking out Ricepaper The Label.

Eve Walton-Healey launched the brand last year, inspired to make change following the Rana Plaza collapse in 2013. She came up with the name ‘Ricepaper’, signalling the label’s commitment to transparency.

The Melbourne-based brand is committed to producing pieces which are simple and elegant, without compromising on the rights and wages of its workers. Designed locally, each garment is crafted in limited runs by a small community of women in Indonesia using durable and versatile fabrics.

With mindful consumption at the heart of the label, Ricepaper minimises waste by creating timeless pieces that’ll last a lifetime. Pick from denim dresses, culottes and roll-neck jumpers, or shop the brand’s very first bag online now.


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