''We caught up with State of Disarray's Tabitha, who’s tale is an unsuspecting story of conscious fashion with heart. You may have seen their wares around the festival circuit. Bold and incredibly sparkly, their “reckless” party wear is hard to miss. You’d be forgiven for thinking that amongst all the shimmer and sequins, sustainability was on the back foot. However, from source to surplus, State of Disarray are a model of ethical fashion practices''.- Kate Burgess, Shambala FestivalContinue reading
Working remotely on a collection is something I never thought we would achieve. As a designer, I'm usually super hands-on in the studio, plus I've always handpicked every fabric, fastening, and faux fur trim. I have to feel the fabrics and live with them, and love them, and hate them, until I love them again. In short, it's my vision and that's not something that can be easily outsourced.