Jasmin’s connection with denim, natural dyeing and used fabric evolved from a young age where growing up on a self-sufficient farm and the need for hard wearing fabrics was a must.
Fast forward 25 years later and the realisation that the years of dedication and hard work to achieve success in the corporate world no longer held the value it once did and with the arrival of her son a change of mindset and self was put into motion.
Using recycled materials like denim, pallets and driftwood provides the opportunity for each piece to be truly unique and to Jasmin, and her home-based business, represents the opportunity to facilitate a change of mindset, repurposing and conscious buying for the local community.
We are blessed at The Sound Temple to have Jasmin join us to as an advocate and presenter in the Perth Hills as part of our Common Threads Woven Through Community Exhibition.
Common Threads Woven Through Community is a week-long community engagement project proudly brought to you directly following the World Fashion Revolution week held in late April each year and happily leads into the local Toodyay Fibre Festival of 2019.
This exhibition includes topics of integrating sustainability, creativity, and traditional hand-crafted wisdom of the ages. These events are designed for you to leave feeling deeply inspired to become part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.