Craig and Arnie
To celebrate diversity in all of its forms, we're proud to showcase our latest collection worn by the people that have helped shape Et Al. Get to know Craig and Arnie. #EtAlFamilia
Craig Braybrook is Melbourne’s finest couturiers who recently opened Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. He is a long time friend of the Et Al family and also our neighbour with his Collingwood studio just around the corner. We photographed Craig with his partner, Arnold James.
Arnie is a member of Melbourne’s Gay and Lesbian Chorus who recently celebrated their 25th Anniversary. Over the years the choir has been dedicated to empowering the community through music. Their members share a passion for music excellence and are shining examples of joy and diversity.
Et Al’s designers Christine Doughty and Anthony Capon proudly presents their SS15 Collection Et Al Familia.
“When we approached this season’s campaign, we felt it was important to focus on the clients who walk through our doors. What we love about our clients is the diversity, ranging from grandmothers to granddaughters, to fathers and sons. Amongst the many forms of relationships which we wanted to celebrate, we felt it was important to highlight equality of gender and the right to love”. - Anthony Capon.
“This season has been exciting as we endeavoured to push the boundaries once again through design and construction. All our patterns are done in-house and we have formed solid working relationships with our manufacturers, many of whom we have worked with for over 10 years.
We are a close-knit team of 6 at our Collingwood studio in Melbourne and we continue to commit to creating beautiful product each season. This level of commitment extends to the store experience given by our wonderful styling team. We are very fortunate to have such loyal clients and over the years, many have become like family to us. We hope you all enjoy our Et Al Familia collection”. - Christine Doughty.
We take pride in being a family owned business since 1987, welcome to the family.