The world's first mirror reflective clothing range was launched last year by Andrew Lorimer-Derham.
This range of clothing was inspired by Ambigrams (words that read when rotated 180').
A very clever and unique range of shirts, hoodies and caps.
Andrew's background as a passionate educator primarily a math's teacher, certainly enabled him to connect with young people who were inspired by his creative designs. Andrew has given many free presentations to schools, youth and community groups on social justice, fashion and image.
Andrew has taken a few trips to Nepal and India where his fundraising campaigns were inspired for some of his range.
Andrew's passion for Ambigrams started about 5 years ago, experimenting with the English language, he thrived on the challenge of combining 2 words into 1 design.
All Mirrorgram garments are designed and screen printed in Australia.
The purpose of Mirrorgram Clothing range is to 'look good' and start a conversation. Literally getting people to "stop and reflect".
Andrew's frequent trips to the developing world means that $3 from every purchase will be put towards his campaign Generosi-tee, 1 of 4 life changing programs customers get to choose from.
Mirrorgram Clothing is sold online and in select stockists around the country.
Price range is $30-$65 plus postage for online purchases.
Select stockists of Mirrorgram Clothing include;
Fairly Cambodian (Healesville) Rustic Simplicity @ The Shear ‘N’ Sheds (Alexandra) Just Planet (Sunbury) Threadmill (Horsham) This That and Whatever (Alexandra) The COG Bike Cafe (Warburton)
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