Anthea, the creator and designer of the Australian fashion label, has always committed to design and produce locally since its creation in 1976. The ECA accreditation is the natural result of the longstanding relationships Anthea has always had with her makers.
“It’s inspiring seeing such an iconic brand committed to producing ethically and embracing local manufacturing over 35 years after its creation in Melbourne” says Simon McRae, ECA National Manager. “This is great for the Australian fashion industry and a fantastic addition to ECA accredited brands.”
Anthea Crawford’s garments will soon display swing tags carrying their ECA accreditation in all their free-standing boutiques in Melbourne and Sydney and across 25 David Jones and Myers department stores throughout Australia.
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