Limited edition tees
Twice a year we partner with amazing local artists to release limited editions tees. You can find our current tees on our products website. Find our more about our current and past artists below.
January - March 2022
Not this first time we’ve had a Fussy Gus collab, with Jen lending her chops to our first ever Christmas Tee. We are constantly inspired by Jens fun feminist designs for her own Tshirt business that she describes as ‘a bit spesh’. Fussy Gus is a one-woman show with Jen at the helm- design, cut, sew each tee, as well as all the other bit and bobs that go along with owning a small business.
We are thrilled to pieces and know this ‘Stay Golden’ tee is gonna go off, just like a Golden Girl zinger in 1985.
Ruby's art on stuff
October - December 2021
Ruby Herrneberg is a young artist from Brisbane. She is hilarious and an excellent hugger. Ruby draws things from her surroundings. She loves Michael Jackson and Star Wars. She also has down syndrome. Her drawings are electric and enduring, and we are so happy to have this beautiful soul join the dangerous female’s gang.
Sage & Clare
April - June 2021
Sage x Clare designs homewares, apparel and accessories that are hand crafted, bohemian, soulful and eclectic. Husband and wife duo, Chris and Phoebe, had always been passionate about colour, texture and the sense that some objects have real heart. This became the crux of Sage x Clare and they started it with the aim of offering fellow interior lovers a place where they could find global treasures that are handmade, bohemian, soulful and eclectic.
Nardurna: Ryhia Dank
April - June 2021
First Nations contemporary artist and graphic designer, a Gudanji and Wakaja woman currently residing on Gubbi Gubbi land. Ryhia has called her design for Dangerous Females ‘Resilient’. It is the face of her grandmother, one of the few of her generation left for her people. The name is in reference to women leaders, in her Gudanji culture women are the force behind their people and the physical fighters. Ryhia hopes the design will bring strength to any who wear it.
Obus: Kylie Zerbst
October - December 2020
Obus is an independent womenswear label, founded by Kylie Zerbst and based in Melbourne, Australia. They make quality garments that stand the test of time, with a strong emphasis on prints. Each season brings you a new splash of colour and shape combined with high quality fabrics sourced from around the globe.
Christmas Tee 2020
Sokoke Creative is Geelong based artist, designer and teacher, Sam Elevato.
Sokoke’s wearable and functional art pieces are a reflection of Sam’s deep desire to bring environments and people to life through colour. Each piece Sam creates is totally handmade and one of a kind thanks to the pendants being cut from a larger original artwork. Sam finds inspiration predominantly in urban and pop culture. Street art, graphic design and fashion inspire much of her work.
April - June 2020 and January - March 2021
Rachel Castle has spent the past 20 years in the homeware industry both in Australia and the UK, and currently lives in Sydney. Founded in 2008, the brand has become a haven for lovers of all things sunny. We couldn't be happier that Rachel has joined the Dangerous Females Team! Check out her website here.
April - June 2020
Dangerous Females is very happy to welcome Jodie from Bode Burnout to the family. Bode Burnout is known for her sarcastic yet relatable sketches – and has delivered this stella tee to our limited edition collection. Check her out here.
Christmas Tee 2019
Fussy Gus started out in 2014 as strictly kids clothes, but it's evolved and changed and here we are... Now it's all about the laaaaaadies. Tops and tees, in sizes 8 to 26, that are quirky, nostalgic or feminist. Jen loves what she does, every day she wake up thinking about Fussy Gus. She gave up my day job at the end of 2018, to focus those work hours on her venture. Check her out here.
October - December 2019
Designer, illustrator and creative director Laura Blythman is renowned for her vibrant use of colour and paper collage. Her recognisable aesthetic has garnered her a legion of fans and a super happy + colourful portfolio of work with clients ranging from start up businesses to high profile Australian and International brands. You can check her out here.
October - December 2019
Charlotte Allingham is a 26 year old Wiradjuri, Ngiyampaa woman from new south wales, with family ties to Condobolin and Ivanhoe. She currently lives in Naarm, creating Illustrations about her culture and identity and the impacts of Colonization.
She focuses on community love and body positivity as well as Blak strength and power. Challenging the perception of her people through her own creative expression in a range of themes of modern subcultures, occultism and the First Nation's futurism. Check her out here.
Jericho Road Clothing
March - June 2019
"Our tee design is inspired by all of our customers that are wonderfully different in age, shape and size. We want to celebrate the fact that all woman are strong and beautiful. Expressing your personality and feeling confident through fashion is at the core of what we do and we love that JRC pieces can make women feel this way. In our opinion, being inclusive is the coolest trait that an individual could possess.
We are so excited that we get to help celebrate that exact thing through our tee design for Dangerous Females."
Jericho Road Clothing is a Brisbane business run by two amazing sisters, Kate and Chloe. Their collections are made up of beautiful prints and patterns. Check them out here.
March - June 2019
"Tiddas and Sisters, diverse, strong, empowered, united. This design represents all women coming together to support and empower each other. It represents diversity as a strength rather than a divide. The vibrant colours are a celebration of strong, resilient women."
- Rachael Sarra (Aritst and Designer)
TIDDAS AND SISTERS is Rachael Sarra’s limited edition tee collab for Dangerous Females. 2019 is the International Year of Indigenous Languages, so Rachael has included ‘Tiddas’- meaning female, or sisters in some Aboriginal languages. Her tee is about culture, diversity, empowerment and modern tradition. Rachael Sarra is an artist and designer whose work does the talking.
As a contemporary Aboriginal artist from Goreng Goreng Country, Rachael uses art as a powerful tool in storytelling to educate and share Aboriginal culture. Her style is feminine, fun and engaging but is strongly drawn from her heritage and her role as an Aboriginal woman in a modern world. You can check out her artwork here.