FASHION JOURNAL AUSTRALIA
the label’s approach to production is something to write home about.
LE BUNS takes a no-waste attitude to manufacturing, working with a family-owned boutique business in Bali, known for its ethical practices.
Not even cuttings or scraps are thrown away, with all remnants given to a local charity to make dolls for disadvantaged youth in the local area.
On the topic of sustainable production, designer Keisha Dessaix’s opinion carries some weight ...
[FULL ARTICLE via. FJ website]
SUNDAY LIFE - THE AGE
Underwear - wise, there's little middle ground between OTT lace and nanna knickers. LE BUNS has found the sweet spot with its super-soft organic cotton intimates in a myriad of flattering silhouettes.
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Meet the eco-friendly Australian brand that creates the everyday underwear you've been searching for your whole life. Using organic fabrics only, its separates are just as beautiful as they are ethical.
[FULL ARTICLE via. P.SGR website]
MBFWA 17' VOGUE feature
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LE BUNS creates high end pieces that don't harm the environment. The label uses a regenerative nylon made from discarded fishing nets. Now that's clever.
[FULL ARTICLE via. DUO website]