We’re super excited to announce a collaboration with seventeen year old up-and-coming artist, Scarlett Harradine-Stevenson, who has designed and hand-painted 360 goodie bag totes for us ahead of New Zealand Fashion Week.
Born and bred in Auckland, Scarlett is currently studying a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Whitecliffe College of Art and Design and is excited to be working with Goodness.
"It's helping me to build my own platform, which is invaluable as I am currently in the process of launching my own Instagram business, Baudelaire Cotton and Co."
Goodness Head Gal Erica Andersen says the excitement is mutual and is proud to be helping out a young up-and-coming New Zealander.
"We’ve absolutely loved working with Scarlett, she is a creative pocket-rocket who has a strong vision that aligns so well with the Goodness brand."
“Creating one-off, unique totes for the Miss FQ audience is something a little bit special, especially as the design Scarlett has created is inspired by a new product, which we’ll also be launching at the show inside the goodie bags”.
"I think the most rewarding thing for the whole Goodness team is knowing we are playing a small part in helping to launch a young creative's career. She will no doubt go on to do amazing."
The Goodness goodie bag totes will be on offer to all guests at the Miss FQ Fashion Show on Saturday, August 27, 2016 at 2:30pm at the ANZ Viaduct Events Centre.
To pick-up tickets to the show visit: NZ Fashion Week
And here's some of Scarlett's work: