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About Zaziba Studio


Pronounced: Zah-Zee-bah

Zaziba Studio is an Australian fashion label making simple, urban-surf inspired clothing. 

All artworks are created in-house by South African born artist and dress maker Verity Joy Wilson. 

Originally started in Byron Bay in 2014, the brand has set down new roots in Mollymook Beach, on the South Coast of NSW, Australia.
With it's beach culture and rural lifestyle, the label draws on the simplicity of a slower paced life.


About the name:

Zaziba is a word used by my grandmother for the cloth in the kitchen - an item that is woven into all our lives -

My aim is to make ready to wear, slow fashion using natural and sustainable fabrics. 
ZAZIBA STUDIO is here to weave connection and joy into your daily life.


It is important to me to build something of substance; a brand that offers classic shapes that won’t date in 3 months. I strongly believe that sustainability and ethical practices should come as standard in any business, not just the fashion industry.


The majority of ZA-ZIBA is produced in Bali, Indonesia.
I've been working with my Bali sewing collective for over 9 years and have visited the factory many, many times to observe safe and fair working conditions. Tailors are able to work at the factory or take work home to sew in their own time. I do not have strict delivery schedules meaning that the workers aren't forced to do overtime to meet deadlines. 
The wonderful Chinese factory I have been working with for over 5 years is based in Shanghai and is a SMETA Audited factory - with a third party Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit certificate.

I understand art takes time, and I respect the incredible craftspeople who bring Zaziba to life.


I was once told that I’m too sentimental (it was actually directed as an insult), but I love that I am, because I feel that being sentimental means I care about the little things; those tiny details that make a favourite garment so special.

Making clothes completes me. I love the feeling of fabric, imagining the possibilities of a small piece of cotton, developing a new design out of something I found in a dusty textile shop…

Fitting, tucking, pinning and unpicking until it’s transformed into something completely new, something unique.

I want to share that passion with you.

Verity x