In need of a luxury getaway? Well, do we have a Facebook competition for you! To celebrate the launch of our new range of Home Grown™ tees, we’re giving one lucky person the chance to win a weekend escape for two to Elements of Byron in Byron Bay, worth $3,000!
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Bonds Swim is back and it’s better (and bolder) than ever! This season, we’re excited to bring you a whole new collection of shapes, colours and prints in swimwear to suit the whole family. Shot on location in Malibu, our latest Bonds Swim campaign stars our very own Shanina Shaik and fellow Aussie model, Jay Alvarrez. The pair teamed up to hit the beach in our latest range of swim separates that’ll take you from poolside to beachside.
To the new Dads, the old Dads, the tired Dads, the childish Dads, the jokey Dads, the grumpy Dads, and the Mums / Grandparents / Aunts / Uncles / Friends who double as Dads… Happy Father’s Day to you! 💝
Enjoy this sneak peek behind-the-scenes at our photo shoot with Jimmy Bartel and his beautiful son, Aston…
Check out our interview with Jimmy here >
Get ready for a class in cotton. It was the late 1920s, when Bonds founder, George A. Bond, turned to growing some of the first ever cotton in Australia in New South Wales. By the early 1930s, he’d opened Australia’s first-ever cotton spinning mill in Wentworthville, New South Wales. So, you can see when it comes to cotton, Bonds has history!
When it came to sourcing cotton for our new range of Home Grown™ tees, there was no doubt as to who we’d call upon to help. Since only the purest cotton would do, we teamed up with Cotton Australia to tap into our local cotton farming industry and strengthen our commitment to sustainability. Producing some of the world’s purest cotton, there was no better resource than our Aussie farmers to help us achieve our softest, most colour-saturated tees to date.
All Australian cotton is farmed under a set of standards based on environmental and ethical practices and is fully traceable from farm to store. We met with local Darlington Point farmer, Scott Anderson, to discuss how the Aussie cotton farming industry has evolved over the years and why sourcing local materials is essential to ensuring its future.