Ever since she was a younger woman, Corina Muir can at all times keep in mind being into style. ‘Mum tells me this story of after I simply began talking and I put a full sentence collectively asking her if my outfit matched’, she remembers. ‘This was not an idea actually spoken about by my mum, so I suppose it shocked her just a little, however I used to be simply making ready myself for my style profession’. The proud Yorta Yorta and Boonwurrung lady who describes herself as a ‘mom, nature protector, artist, designer and campaigner’ is the one-woman present behind Amber Days, an moral clothes that’s impressed by the Australian bush, desert and sea.
Up till this level Amber Days has been a label for youngsters’s clothes, however quickly Corina will make her foray into womenswear. The Wanala (which means spring/summer season in Yorta Yorta language) assortment launches