Born into Australian fashion history, Tiffany Treloar continues to contribute to the Australian fashion landscape.
When Tiffany was 10 years old, her mother, Prue Acton, gave her a sewing machine. By the time she turned 18, Tiffany was working within her mother’s company, learning pattern making, production management, and fabric coordination and buying.
Later, while working within the corporate wardrobe division of her father Mike Treloar’s clothing business, Tiffany recognised the infinite potential for clothing design with the introduction of computer-aided design.
Tiffany Treloar’s industry experience continued to grow as she worked freelance and sold her own textile designs in the US and European markets.
Whilst selling her own textiles, Tiffany Treloar identified a niche market for high quality, feminine and timeless garments featuring vibrant prints, inspiring her to start her own label in 1999.
Tiffany began creating digitally printed textiles for her first range of T shirts, a sustainable process that has become a signature within all of Tiffany Treloar’s collections. Taking inspiration from nature, Tiffany now creates biannual ranges of unique garments and accessories.
Wanting a complete synergy between her environmental values and her work, her commitment to promoting better ways of living and working has resulted in a new sustainable collection called PROJECT 332 under the Tiffany Treloar umbrella.
In 2012 Tiffany Treloar launched her successful scarves range; and is now working on home wares and other accessories, applying her digital printing techniques and her eye for colour to a wider range of textiles. The homewares and accessories are an extension of what she does with clothing – they’re simultaneously practical and quirky; useful and beautiful. They all have in common the Tiffany Treloar signature: those striking digital prints and her sense of fun. Just the beginning of a journey into new product lines, the range includes tote bags, cushions and versatile vinyl boxes.