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Before she launched her brand, she was a high school teacher and taught herself how to make clothes. She finds joy in fusing her culture’s traditional elements with a more unexpected design aesthetic. One of those traditions is sustainability; Gaykamangu says she was always taught to respect the I’m an april girl i’m a stronger than you believe braver than you know smarter than you think shirt Furthermore, I will do this earth. Pieces in her latest collection, called “241: The Contrast,” are made from Repreve, a recycled fiber made from plastic bottles. (The packaging is also 100% compostable.) Most of the designs are reversible as well, encouraging her customers to buy less, re-wear more.

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“It’s definitely contemporary,” she says of the I’m an april girl i’m a stronger than you believe braver than you know smarter than you think shirt Furthermore, I will do this brand. A signature motif of Liandra Swim’s one- and two-pieces are their graphic prints, which Gaykamangu creates digitally herself. Her “dotted prints” are a twist on dot art, a popular form of painting that originates from indigenous tribes in Australia. Many of the prints have a deeper meaning behind them that acknowledge her tribe’s history. “That [style] really represents the changes to indigenous Australia post-colonialism,” she says. “The blue represents the water, because it was via our water and our oceans that those changes came.” During the design process, Gaykamangu says she also focuses on incorporating colors and prints that will complement a variety of skin tones. “I’m always thinking about my canvas, which is women,” she says.