Miss Crabb x Well Made Clothes slow fashion collab

Local fashion companies Miss Crabb and Well Made Clothes have joined together to create a range of dresses that epitomise the slow fashion trend: high quality pieces designed to last.

The dresses are part of Well Made Clothes’ Kairos collection, which is inspired by the ancient Greek word meaning “the right moment.” The dresses celebrate the notion of timelessness and spontaneity that the word Kairos encompasses, aiming to be worn during memory-worthy moments.

Photographed on Australian indie rock band, Body Type, the collaboration also promotes the creativity that is part and parcel to the word Kairos.


Check out images of the collection below.

Kairo is available exclusively on Well Made Clothes and Miss Crabb from Wednesday 13th September.

These ingredients will change your skin

1. Algae


It’s not hard to understand why nutrient-dense algae is being touted as a skincare superhero. Packed with omega-3 fatty acids, essential amino acids and vitamins A, B, C and E, this deepsea-derived organism could play an important role in keeping skin well-hydrated, evenly toned and youthful. While there are tens of thousands of species of algae, red and brown algae are skincare favourites.

Try: Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mist (from Mecca Cosmetica); Estée Lauder Nutritious Micro-Algae Pore Purifying Cleansing Jelly ($56); Clarins Hydra-Essentiel Silky Cream ($90).

2. Inside Out

With the worlds of wellness and beauty overlapping in the past few years, supplements that promise plump and luminous skin from the inside have quickly becoming a staple in our beauty regimens.  Imedeen’s marine complex was put to the test by the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition and the six-month study found that post-menopausal women taking Prime Renewal noticed a significant improvement in skin firmness, pigmentation and under eye circles.

Try: Imedeen Prime Renewal

3. Probiotics

Squeaky clean is the last thing you want your skin to feel like, and that’s nots just because over-cleansing can sap moisture from your complexion. Beauty experts believe we’re also washing away good bacteria that’s essential for well-balanced, healthy skin. While bad bacteria can cause acne, anti-inflammatory properties of good bacteria are thought to have the opposite effect. A 2012 study published in The Journal of Cosmetic Science found that containing 5% lactobacillus (a bacteria commonly found in yogurt) was effective at treating acne.

Try: The Beauty Chef Probiotic Skin Refiner ($80); Tailor Renew Probiotic Serum ($69)

4. Marula Oil

Natural beauty converts have long been singing the praises of argan oil but this relative newcomer to the skincare world could be the next big thing in beauty. Derived from the kernels of the fruit of the African Marula tree, marula oil is packed with essential fatty acids that work hard to keep skin well hydrated. The lightweight, quickly absorbed oil reduces transepidermal water loss and calms irritated skin.

Try: African Botanics Intense Skin Repair Balm ($255); Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Luxury Face Oil ($115)

5. Magnesium

Miracle mineral magnesium plays a crucial role in a number of biochemical reactions in the body – aiding digestion, improving sleep and regulating blood pressure are just a few. It comes as no surprise that magnesium is also vital for healthy skin; according to dermatologists ensuring you’re getting the recommended daily intake of magnesium will help improve your skin’s appearance and could even fight acne by stabilising hormonal imbalances and reducing cortisol levels.

Try: Estée Lauder Floralixir Dew Regenerating Water ($185); REN Kelp + Magnesium Anti-Fatigue Body Cream (from Mecca Cosmetica).