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Fresh and Colourful Vegan Fashion

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Style Board: Add colour and personality to fashion basics with Mainie's gorgeous vegan-friendly, Aboriginal art design scarves.

A simple t-shirt and jeans combination provides the perfect blank canvas to create your own individual style story.

Our Mainie Modal scarf collection offers a colourful array of eye-catching wearable art pieces that will effortlessly transform the routine pairing of a plain cotton t-shirt with a pair of blue jeans into a super chic fashion look.

Wrap, tie, knot, belt or bow, these infinitely versatile scarves can be worn in any manner of ways to put your own personal style stamp on otherwise mundane wardrobe basics.  

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­­­­­Made from a naturally biodegradable, plant-based textile called Modal, Mainie's vegan-friendly scarves are super soft and lightweight, and designed especially for socially conscious fashion lovers who are seeking ecologically sustainable alternatives to animal-derived products such as silk and wool.  

The Mainie Modal collection features artwork designs by traditional Aboriginal women artists from Central Australia, and contemporary Aboriginal artists from Far North Queensland.

All artworks featured in the Mainie fashion collection are ethically acquired under licence in accordance with the Indigenous Art Code. Royalties are paid to the artists.

As an Aboriginal owned and operated business, Mainie embraces social responsibility ethics and is committed to supporting Aboriginal artists to earn an income from their own work and preserve their traditional cultural heritage for future generations.

Mainie is a Supply Nation verified Indigenous owned business and an approved Dealer Member of the Indigenous Art Code. 

Learn more at:  https://www.mainie.com.au/collections/modal-scarves

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