A deadly collaboration has been formed after Kalkadoon artist Glenda McCulloch's work featured on the growing Deadly Denim fashion label.
Deadly Denim is an exclusive range of recycled denim jackets, showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander artists.
Creator of Deadly Denim Rebecca Barlow said she saw Glenda's work and knew it would fit perfectly on her clothes.
"Glenda is actually the first artist I have used, previously we have gone with textile fabric and Injalak Arts (Gunbalanya) designs," Ms Barlow said.
Mount Isa artist Glenda McCulloch said Ms Barlow saw her work on Instagram and sent her a message.
"Rebecca messaged me out of the blue and told me about her label, then she told me she supports indigenous midwifes and I really wanted to collaborate with her," Ms McCulloch said.
Ms Barlow said her business started when she noticed all the different textiles and fabrics that were around in the fashion industry.
"I sold vintage clothing while I was studying at university so it kind of gave me a boost, then I created Deadly Denim last year, bringing a way to be creative whilst bringing some publicity and some fundraising to Rhodanthe Lipssett, who support student midwives like myself to finish their studies."
Deadly Denim has been in operation for twelve months and recently made an appearance at the Perth fashion festival on the indigenous runway.
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