1. Haus of Dizzy
This cult fashion label creates a range of handmade accessories and jewellery and has been worn by famous faces including Brooke, musician Baker Boy as well as international stars including Ms Lauryn Hill and Lady Leshurr.
The pieces are bright, bold and known as "conversation starters" and feature strong political and social messages to make anyone who wears them feel strong and confident in who they are.
2. Kirrikin Australia
Kirrikin is an Aboriginal word that roughly translates as "Sunday's best clothes" and if you need some fancy new clothes for summer, this is the place.
The brand features authentic Aboriginal art that's digitally printed onto sustainable fabrics to create everything from dresses to swimwear to pocket squares.
Sustainability doesn't end there either - a percentage of every purchase is directly returned to the featured Indigenous Australian artist involved in the design.
3. Clothing the Gap
T-shirts, masks, tote bags and more are available to purchase at Clothing the Gap - an Aboriginal owned and led social enterprise.
Many of their products are a celebration of the Aboriginal flag and this year they also spearheaded a national campaign to free the flag.
Shopping has been made even easier with new 'ally friendly' and 'mob only' symbols found on all products so anyone can buy and wear these products.
4. The Minority Co
2020 has been the year of loungewear and comfy clothes so if you're looking to add more to your wardrobe, look no further.
We're big fans of the hoodies and crew neck jumpers that have phrases embroidered on them including "Define 'Normal'", "F*** beauty Standards", "Be You Unapologetically" and "I understand I'll never understand. However, I stand."
5. Take Pride Movement
This fashion label creates everything from hats, T-shirts, jumpers, socks and more "representing First Nation Australian culture as a symbol of unity and strength for all races to wear with pride."
There's even a Future Leaders collection for the kids and if that doesn't bring a tear to your eye we don't know what else will.