WE COLLABORATE WITH ARTISTS TO DESIGN ART YOU CAN WEAR
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More than just a fashion label
Oh, hey you! We’re Consequence of Change.
And we’re not your average fashion
label. We’re a small (but super passionate) brand based in
Melbourne, Australia, and we collaborate with both local and international creators
to design colourful and quirky limited edition art you can wear.
Yep, wearable art is our jam. Because we believe art deserves to be admired anywhere and everywhere; on the train during your morning commute, while swung over your shoulder when visiting the
local market, or when carried on your back as you hop on a plane.
We’re big on colour and creativity,
and passionate about supporting artists by providing them with a platform to
get their art out to market in a way that’s both fun and accessible. Our
creators are paid up front for their work.
After shopping with us? We pinky
promise you’ll never ever attend another birthday brunch without someone asking
where on earth you got that beautiful top, dress or bag from.
There’s more to us than aesthetics. Our ongoing partnership with The Sewing The Seeds Project provides support to marginalised women
residing in India, enabling them to develop economic independence through their
craft – something we are, and always will be, extremely passionate about. We are committed to promoting
equality, social mobility and education for everyone, no matter who you are or
where you live.
We’re working hard to become as
sustainable as possible. The materials we use, our exclusive smaller collection runs, and our packaging are focussed on minimising our impact on the planet. Ethical trading is high on our list of priorities. We work with recycled materials and 100% cotton to create pieces that are gentle on the planet, and designed to last a lifetime.
A brand with a mission
Hey there, I am Beverley and the person behind the brand. I am a passionate lover of the arts who founded Consequence of Change in 2019. Having a creative son who would often submit his work to platforms like Red Bubble and Society 6, so I decied to start the business when I realised there was a need for artists to be paid fairly, while providing them with exclusivity and the autonomy to decide how their pieces were printed. Mass production? It’s a #nothanks
from me. Earning $2 for the art you spent hours creating? Also a #nothanks. We’re not your average fashion label, and I'm not your average Founder. Don't let anyone dull your sparkle x