Blak, Loud and Proud is this year's NAIDOC Week theme, encouraging those from both Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities to shout out, rally behind and share in the proud successes of our First Nations peoples. 

What better way to show your support, wear your values and ignite critical conversations than to shop deadly fashion and accessories from Aboriginal-owned businesses.

Here’s 6 of the loudest and proudest mob run Mates Rates partner brands to check out this NAIDOC Week, that we think are beyond deserving of your dollar.

Magpie Goose:

Creating garments inspired by art, you’ll *almost* want to frame them. Referencing thousands of years of Aboriginal stories and design, it’s all the motifs you love, with a fresh contemporary spin.

Clothing the Gaps:

Merch that does all the talking, but make it *fashion*. Infused with notes of streetwear and an undercurrent of activism, kit your entire wardrobe from head-to-toe with empowered threads that you’ll never tire of. Consider it a promise.

House Of Darwin:

Fashion forward tees and accessories hailing from the sunny northern lands of - yep - Darwin. Ultra cool and trendy, it’s merch with all the Territory paraphernalia you can poke a stick at. 


The Koorie Circle:

Drawing from traditional designs and practices infused with contemporary silhouettes, The Koorie Circle are slinging the next generation of Aboriginal wearable art with the next destination; your earlobes.


Haus of Dizzy:

Using the formidable power of glitter as a vehicle for social change, pick up a pair of dare-to-dazzle accessories emblazoned with Indigenous, feminist and ally friendly statements that will really make you want to stick-it-to-the-man.


Gammin Threads

It’s tongue-in-cheek chillwear and accessories for mob and allies who believe in living colourfully, paying respect and empowering women all with a touch of rebellion.