Maggie Marilyn Finds New Home in Sydney

New Zealand designer Maggie Hewitt has taken her label’s signature intimate friendliness to Australian shores, opening a store in Sydney’s Paddington’s swish ‘The Intersection’ precinct, Dani Maher reports for Harper’s Bazaar Australia.

For founder Hewitt, 27, the creation of a like-minded community has always been at the fore of the brand’s ethos.

Maggie Marilyn’s mission to realise a socially and environmentally responsible fashion industry, won’t happen without the support of our global customer,” Hewitt says. “Our ‘bricks and mortar’ Homes are pivotal to educating our customers about our brand pillars – it’s about building and nurturing a community that will champion the collective ‘good’ we are seeking.”

Original article by Dani Maher, Harper’s Bazaar Australia, August 19, 2022.

Photo by Dan Roberts.

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