New and exciting to Father Rabbit Select is Sydney based brand Friend of Audrey. Founded in 2015, Friend of Audrey directs their focus on quality over quantity, these are values that we at Father Rabbit love and appreciate.
Friend of Audrey's vision is to create a curated wardrobe that is thoughtfully designed, responsibly produced and never goes out of style.
‘The label pays homage to style icon Audrey Hepburn and the notion of timeless style - simplicity, comfort and sophistication - all that came to define her persona.’
Friend of Audrey collections are long lasting, both in style and quality. Friend of Audrey embrace classic silhouettes with a modern spin. Their array of simple, yet refined pieces are tailored to the lifestyle of the modern woman on the go. Effortless classics, with a thoughtful approach, are at the centre of the brand’s ethos.
Out of care for the planet, Friend of Audrey supports slow consumption, selling garments in a more timeless design that will have a longer lifespan than the average piece of clothing. Each piece is designed with a purpose, with quality and durability in mind, avoiding mass consumption and overproduction.
‘Slow consumption, elevated, quality - These are the key values of Friend of Audrey.’
With a goal to get rid of single-use plastic completely, Friend of Audrey uses raw materials that are recyclable or compostable, including swing tags, tissue paper, stickers, packaging tape, and any printed marketing materials.
Friend of Audrey have a diverse and inclusive work environment with core values to build and support while also integrating ethical and socially responsible business practices into all operations.
Supporting local communities and giving back is something close to the heart of Friend of Audrey. They make clothing and financial contributions as well as work closely with their charity partners such as Worn for Good, Dress for Success, Thread Together, The Smith Family, St Vincent de Paul and Clothing Clean Up.
‘We hope you love and treasure your Friend of Audrey pieces.’