Grow community, harvest change.
Working closely with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation (SAKGF), Gorman developed a capsule collection for anyone who loves growing and harvesting, and preparing and sharing those fresh produce goodies with a little bit of colour in their life.
The Harvest and Grow styles were an addition to our SS21 range. With a dancing array of vegetables and fruits adorning our aprons, lunch bags, raincoats, hats and tablecloths, this sustainable and vibrant range is perfect for any parent or child who loves to spend time getting creative in their kitchen or garden.
The SAKGF program teaches children and young people the skills to become bold, collaborative, sustainably-minded future leaders, a philosophy that we share at Gorman. A minimum of $100,000 was donated to SAKGF, with the net profits of every item purchased going to the Foundation to help ensure more students across Australia can experience pleasurable food education.
Over the past 17 years, the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation has introduced food education to children in over 1,600 schools, with the aim of forming positive food habits for life throughout their learning years. The program teaches children and young people the skills to become bold, collaborative, sustainably-minded future leaders, a philosophy that we share at Gorman.
‘What an exciting collaboration this is. We love this colourful and practical Gorman collection and know it will protect and delight young gardeners, artists and picnickers.’ - Stephanie Alexander AO