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Mainie: A unique melding of authentic Aboriginal art and luxurious fashion

Posted on March 20 2023

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"I like painting ‘cause it's my Dreaming. I like to teach kids my Dreaming. I want everyone to know my Dreaming from all over the world. I know and they can know." - Bessie Nakamarra Sims

Seven Sisters Dreaming

Posted on March 10 2023

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"I want my art to tell the story of my ancestors and be able to 
show the world my culture and my traditions"
Alma Nungarrayi Granites 

Authentic Aboriginal Art - Luxurious Australian Wool

Posted on March 03 2023

Authentic Aboriginal Art - Luxurious Australian Wool
“A Mainie pure wool scarf is so much more than just a beautiful fashion piece. It is a tangible and meaningful celebration of our 60,000-year-old Indigenous cultural heritage and a tribute our shared Australian story."

Authentic Aboriginal Art - Luxurious Australian Wool

Posted on March 03 2023

Authentic Aboriginal Art - Luxurious Australian Wool
“A Mainie pure wool scarf is so much more than just a beautiful fashion piece. It is a tangible and meaningful celebration of our 60,000-year-old Indigenous cultural heritage and a tribute our shared Australian story."

Simply Tops

Posted on February 14 2023

Simply Tops
Mainie Silk Kaftan Tops: Water Bird, Desert Journey, Women’s Journey,  Journey of a Woman’s Strength Loved by stylish women around the world, our gorgeous Mainie kaftan tops are a fabulous fusion of authentic...

Mainie: The world's oldest art brought to life on luxurious pure silk

Posted on March 08 2022

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The Mainie silk scarf collection features authentic Aboriginal art designs  Each exquisite wearable art piece in the Mainie silk scarf collection is a unique melding of two ancient artisan cultures -...

The Dreamtime Stories Behind Our Aboriginal Designs

Posted on February 18 2022

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  Mainie’s luxury fashion collection of pure Australian Merino wool scarves features authentic Aboriginal art designs by Warlpiri women artists from Central Australia. Every design in the collection depicts a...

Mainie Wool - A Uniquely Australian Fashion Story

Posted on February 14 2022

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Authentic Aboriginal Designs from Mainie's Woolmark Australian Merino Wool Collection Since the launch of the first Mainie fashion collection in 2015, our exquisite melding of luxurious textiles and the world’s...

Mainie: Timeless, Versatile & Meaningful Fashion

Posted on February 01 2022

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At Mainie, we lead by example as "Slow Fashion" advocates. Every one of our exquisite wearable art pieces is consciously designed to be a timeless, versatile and meaningful fashion garment. ...

Mainie Wool - A Uniquely Australian Fashion Story

Posted on December 01 2021

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Authentic Aboriginal Designs from Mainie's Woolmark Australian Merino Wool Collection In 2015, Mainie launched our maiden collection of pure silk scarves, wraps and tops that featured authentic Aboriginal art designs by...

The Mainie Story: Who we are, what we do and why we do it.

Posted on November 10 2021

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A unique melding of authentic Aboriginal art and luxurious fashion Mainie Australia is an Australian Aboriginal company that has been consciously built on a solid foundation of impeccable business ethics...

Passing on the flame of Australia's traditional Aboriginal cultural heritage

Posted on November 09 2021

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Sacred Water Dreaming site located on the ancestral homelands of the Warlpiri Aboriginal people in the Tanami Desert region of Central Australia  “Tradition is not to preserve the ashes but...

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