At uluru, there is great intent in each silhouette, seam, and detail. I believe that less is more. I believe clothing speaks your identity and that your identity should be yours; fluid not fickle, and definitely not defined by a label. There is space in my garments for women to interpret, move, accessorize, layer, and wear.
My inspirations come from history, others and mine. A time when fashion (or life for that matter) was slower, producer and consumer were closer and quality was valued over quantity.
In developing a sustainable business model it is my wish that everyone in the process, from farmer to consumer wins.
Your new Uluru is soft and supple. You want to keep it that way, right?
Here are our suggestions:
Be gentle with your sweaters, they are pretty amazing but they are not as indestructible as your jeans.
Despite sourcing the finest grade A cashmere yarn, slight "pilling" may occur.*
Wash them in your sink or on the delicate cycle, then lay flat to dry. It's hard to believe, but they dry even softer.
We also suggest eliminating anything that might rub against your garment, such as a purse or zipper on a jacket.