The chic, eco-friendly clothing line empowering female entrepreneurs

All The Wild Roses provides microloans to help women fund their businesses in developing countries

All The Wild Roses cotton Georgia dress, about £165
All The Wild Roses cotton Georgia dress, about £165

Hang Osment-Le arrived in Australia aged seven from her native Vietnam. At 19, she visited her home country and, struck by some of the basic living and working conditions she encountered, began donating money to seamstresses – her mother’s trade before the family emigrated. In 2015, Osment-Le founded womenswear brand All The Wild Roses and pledged to make at least one microloan per week to help a woman fund her own business, through Australian charity Opportunity International.

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Osment-Le is strict about her eco credentials, offsetting the brand’s carbon emissions and using recycled fabrics and packaging. Highlights from the collection include a 1970s-inspired shift dress ($245) and gypsy top ($135) in a summery mint-green print; a palm-leaf basket ($45) with rainbow pom-poms; and a lace and cotton cap-sleeved dress ($265) with mother-of-pearl buttons.

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