First Nations-owned brands are making their way to the limelight as Indigenous designers from across the country continue to spotlight their culture through their creations. Influenced by traditions, roots and narratives, for the brands on this list, their designs are more than just fashion statements—they’re an ode to Indigenous lands and people. “Indigenous designs go beyond being fashion statements because they tell our families’ stories and show our pride [in] being First Nations people,” says Haus of Dizzy’s founder Kristy Dickinson. “My Indigenous heritage shapes my work as it allows me to highlight our beautiful stories and knowledge of the land and waterways—and [it] keeps our heritage alive.” 

If you’re searching for sustainable garments that give back to the community, we’ve gathered the best Indigenous Australian brands for you to shop from and support. Read on for our full list.