In 2017 Pia du Pradal as a fashion label took a new direction. We introduced Aboriginal art onto fabric for exclusive use in our range. This has led to a stimulating, on-going collaboration with Louise Numina Napananka which has evoked great interest from the general public and the media.
When this article by Jane Armistead appeared in U on Sunday, Sunday Mail April 8,2018 I was delighted in the interest shown in what we are doing. As a small Brisbane business we certainly appreciate the support of local media. What has surprised me is that many people do not realise that our label is produced entirely in our Milton studio. Being so ‘hands on’ allows us adjust our garments to achieve the perfect fit to the quality that has become associated with our label.
Cotton Australia 2014
A five minute film about the Australian cotton industry and the value it offers to the world's textile market - including interviews with cotton growers, Cotton Australia, the Australian Cotton Shippers Association and fashion designer Pia du Pradal.