The deadly duo of Rebecca Barlow and Mount Isa artist Glenda McCulloch has gone leaps and bounds in less than 12 months.
So much so that even famous actress's are donning the Deadly Denim fashion label.
Australian actress Clare Bowen, best known for her role in Nashville, recently posted photos to her Instagram and Facebook accounts with her wearing Glenda's artwork.
Creator of Deadly Denim Rebecca Barlow said it was an amazing moment.
"Deadly Denim has really taken off and this latest news is something special," Ms Barlow said.
"Glenda was actually the first artist I ever used, previously we had gone with textile fabric and Injalak Arts (Gunbalanya) designs.
"So it's unreal to think that her art is not only the first to be used but the first to be purchased and worn by a famous actress."
Ms Barlow said Deadly Denim was even all set to feature in Los Angeles fashion week but then COVID hit.
"All the clothes were ready to go but after the pandemic took over the event was cancelled. But we are hopeful it will be up and running again soon."
Mount Isa artist Glenda McCulloch said out of all the artists work Clare Bowen could have chosen she picked hers.
"It was pretty exciting to say the least," Ms McCulloch said.
"My husband and I had watched the series Nashville on Netflix so we actually knew who the actress was."
From here Glenda hopes to create fashion of her own.
"I love to paint but I also love indigenous fashion so I would love to get into that," she said.
"The feedback and response we been getting on Deadly Denim has been huge so it is definitely inspiring to keep at it."
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