Upcycled streetwear and accessories brand AARLI has been invited to showcase at Australian Indigenous Fashion Week 2014 in Sydney – and founder Tegan Cowlishaw could do with some help! She’s launched a Pozible campaign to assist with the development of her latest collection so she can make the most of this exciting opportunity. AARLI designs are made from vintage and secondhand materials that have been embellished with recycled trims, accessories and fabrics – and the most recent collection uses local organic fabric and upcycled dead stock from Australian jeans brand Nobody Denim. Tegan is mentored by Peppermint friend Kelly Elkin from sustainable sleepwear label ALAS, and all AARLI garments are designed and handcrafted in Western Australia. We’d love to see this range brought to life, and if you would too, you can help Tegan be part of Australian Indigenous Fashion Week by digging deep and donating here. Good luck, AARLI!