Zaket & Plover
The name was derived from Greek roots. ZAKET meaning Cardigan & PLOVER meaning Pullover
Zaket & Plover is a family business based in Melbourne, Australia, whose core values are creativity and quality. Every style is designed with those values in mind. Zaket & Plover is a leading Australian luxury knitwear brand.
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Joseph Ribkoff began his journey as a fashion pioneer, in 1957, at the age of 21. Through creativity, hard work, and dedication, he developed a brand for women with a youthful state of mind.
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Sympli creates versatile pieces that best express your unique personal style. Like you, we are always experimenting—pushing boundaries, not always playing by the rules. It’s a reflection of being a constantly evolving woman, showing the world who you are.
Serious Sun Protection
Look for the sun icon to determine which hats have a UPF rating of 30+ or 50+. These fabrics are tested by the Australian Radiation Protection Agency and block 96 to 97.5% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Ultraviolet radiation, or UV, is present in sunlight. The Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) shows how well a fabric protects your skin from solar UV. Always remember that a Wallaroo Skin Cancer Foundation approved hat only protects the skin it covers. Safeguard the rest of your body by wearing sunglasses and sunscreen.
Guaranteed For Life
The year was 1980, and Alex Tilley had just founded his company, then a sailing apparel retailer. Among its first available pieces was the T3 Hat , a humble hat that packed a punch, made from cotton duck fabric and featuring a wind cord designed to keep it steady on the tousled heads of seaward sailors. Before long, Tilley expanded, attracting the attention of worldly travellers and big dreamers alike, offshore and on. Adventurers both aspiring and on the move donned the hat, a champion of practical comfort, functionality, and style. Over time Tilley has evolved and changed as the world did, but one thing has stayed the same: the beloved T3.
Orientique specialises in natural fabrics.
Orientique's “plant to garment” philosophy means that the cotton , linen and rayon used in all their garments has been carefully selected from some of the worlds finest mills and woven specifically for the Orientique production. Orientique proudly displays all natural garments with the distinctive “Orientique Naturally Australian” tag.