A little girl from the suburbs of Melbourne has a collection of dresses, skirts and shoes that are made with microfibre cloth.
She has been selling the items online and in stores, hoping to generate interest in her mother’s company, Target Girls Clothing.
It’s called Microfiber and it’s made from fibres, like the fibre in cloth.
It has been around for more than 20 years, but it has a certain feel and a certain texture that makes it really appealing.
“It’s definitely a fashion statement,” Ms Clements said.
“But we are also just looking for young girls who want to make the change to a more sustainable way of life and living.”
And the clothes are made to last.
“We want to help those who don’t have the ability to afford a lot of clothes.”
Ms Clements is part of a global trend, where young girls are using technology to make a change.
“When I was young, I used to wear a lot less clothing because I was more into social media,” she said.
It was all about fashion and I wanted to be that way.
I wanted girls to feel empowered and empowered to make that choice.
“So I started making my own clothes.”
Target Girls Clothing is one of several Australian companies that are making a difference in the global microfinance space.
The company helps women and girls transition from a life of poverty and domestic violence to one of greater economic opportunity.
“This is the first year we’ve had that, but we’re growing and we want to do it again,” Ms Burt said.
The young girl, whose real name is Tania, is an entrepreneur who is looking to make her dream a reality.
“I want to show girls that they can be their best self and that there are options for them if they are willing to change,” she explained.
“That there is still hope and that you can have a brighter future.”‘
I was really excited when I saw this’The first time I saw a dress from Target Girls, I was really, really excited because I wanted that dress.
“You know, my mum’s going to go shopping with me and I’m going to wear that dress, so I was just so excited.”
She’s like, ‘Oh, this is great.
I can’t wait to buy it’.
“I was like, what are you doing?'”
But it’s not that exciting, because it’s still going to cost me so much.
“And it’s just not right.”
They’re making a big deal out of this, so it’s like ‘oh, you’re really trying to change your life for the better.’
“It’s really hard.
It takes a lot for us to have a normal life.””
It takes more than just the clothes, it takes a whole life.”
Our friends, our family, our whole lives.
“Ms Burt has been in the microfactory for about two years, and says she’s had to learn about microfilling and the logistics involved.
She says she wants to do more to change the mindset of girls in the local community.”
A lot of times, girls don’t see their choices as having a price tag attached to them,” she says.”
The girls don and it takes time, but you can definitely see it.
“Target has more than 4,000 members in Australia, and it is currently making a lot more than it is spending.
The goal is to create jobs, improve infrastructure, and provide services for people who don´t have them.”
As the company grows, we want that to continue and to continue to do good work and to create positive change in the lives of our customers,” Ms Tani said.