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Harpers Bazaar

Harpers Bazaar

Miimi & Jiinda by Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti and Bundjalung women, Melissa Greenwood and Lauren Jarrett

Harper’s BAZAAR Australia: What was the starting point of your design process for this collection?

Melissa Greenwood: I started with a concept close to my heart, telling stories from my family’s homelands. The name of our collection ‘Yarilla’ is a Gumbaynggirr word meaning to ‘light up and illuminate’. 

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Australian Fashion Week 2024

National Indigenous Times

Miimi & Jiinda on presenting at Australian Fashion Week, launching a new mentoring program and working with Indigenous Fashion Projects Despite initially selling paintings she and her mother La...

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Commbank 'The Brighter Side'

Commbank 'The Brighter Side'

From side hustle to a successful small business: Miimi & Jiinda When Melissa Greenwood launched Indigenous art and apparel brand Miimi & Jiinda in 2018, she never dreamt that she’d be show...

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