Nullarbor House

Whilst travelling around Sri Lanka, Founder, Winona Bedford, came across an all girls orphanage hidden in the jungle. She began travelling to the orphanage regularly to teach art classes.

So deeply moved by seeing the joy they experienced through creation, she decided to focus her sustainable clothing business model around giving back the profits to fund art therapy for the orphanage.  Documenting the story through film, whilst also sharing the truths on the fast fashion industry.

The Story

“93% of brands surveyed by the Fashion Checker aren’t paying garment workers a living wage”
Fashion Checker, 2020

“Australia dumps 6000kg of clothing in landfill every 10 minutes.”
War on Waste

The documentary brings light to the fast fashion industry. Looking into fast fashion realties, and sharing the story

of a start up ethical clothing brand that choses to take a different path.

Employing women in the villages of Sri Lanka, paying them above award wage whilst also using the profits to fund art and music therapy for the girls orphanage.

We see the adversities faced by women in Sri Lanka, as they struggle to find equal opportunities in their societies.

A social construct is something that exists not in objective reality, but as a result of human interaction. It exists because humans agree that it exists.”
Justine Legrand