Unreal Fur x Miimi & Jiinda

From $489 Unreal Fur x Miimi & Jiinda Vegan outerwear brand Unreal Fur has teamed up with Indigenous artists from art and design label Miimi & Jiinda to create a striking four-piece capsule. It features two reversible puffer jackets and two faux-fur styles complete with vibrant print motifs. The mother-daughter duo behind Miimi & Jiinda are from Gumbaynggirr Country on NSW’s north coast. Proceeds from the range will go towards building a new classroom at Gumbaynggirr Giingana Freedom School, a bilingual primary school in Coffs Harbour.

Wah Wah x Kaylene Whiskey

$280 Wah Wah x Kaylene Whiskey Cult Aussie knitwear label Wah Wah, founded by post-punk drummer and designer Kaylene Milner, is known for its vivid rock’n’roll designs. Milner has collaborated with bands and artists including Amyl & the Sniffers, Sonic Youth and Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran. The brand’s knit with Yankunytjatjara artist and Archibald finalist Kaylene Whiskey is a celebration of strong women with nods to Country and pop culture motifs. There’s also a groovy forest green collab with Indigenous streetwear label House of Darwin we’re obsessing over. Made from 100 per cent superfine Aussie merino wool, both styles are sure to keep you warm through face-numbingly cold days.

Amble x Yapa Mali

From $229 Amble x Yapa Mali Waterproof jackets are a wardrobe staple when it comes to navigating wet and wintery weather. Melbourne-based outdoors brand Amble’s latest team-up sees its Refugee and Elements rain jackets adorned with the Makukara Ngurra print. Designed by Wangaaypuwan and Wiradjuri artist Maddy Hodgetts, behind fashion label Yapa Mali, the print is inspired by the idea of flying over Country and mapping out its rich landscapes. The lightweight, breathable style is made from recycled plastic bottles and is also windproof, keeping you protected from all the elements.

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Babici x Helena Geiger

$229 Babici x Helena Geiger If you’re feeling brave enough to cycle in the cold, here’s something stylish for your next Hell Ride (or leisurely spin to the shops). Sydney cycling apparel brand Babici has teamed up with award-winning Indigenous artist Helena Geiger for a limited-edition jersey. Geiger’s striking motifs and bold hues tell the stories of Australian landscapes, turning technical performance wear – made from premium Italian fabrics – into some very aerodynamic works of art. Choose from Lagoon, Pindan, Sand Dunes and Sand Hills designs in a tight range of colourways.

Additional reporting by Alice Jeffery and Jo Walker.