Womenswear designer Bianca Spender has returned for a venture with a conscience.
This November, Spender and The Social Outfit will launch a limited-edition capsule collection.
All profits will go back to the organisation, which supports refugee and new migrant women through jobs and education in the fashion industry.
Earlier this year, the duo collaborated on collection with David Jones as part of Fashion Revolution Week.
The Social Outfit diverts excess and unused textiles from the fashion communit each season.
Spender, who has donated remnant silk from her archives for the capsule collection, has designed two layered silk tops retailing for $199.00.
"I welcomed the opportunity to create some more unique garments with The Social Outfit," she said.
"This season I was inspired by the idea of birds and migration and have chosen two prints that reference feather textures and patterns.
"To me, these garments symbolically represent the empowering idea of a woman unfurling her wings and soaring into the sky."
The Bianca Spender x The Social Outfit capsule collection was made on-site at The Social Outfit's Newtown store.
It was also created using The Social Outfit’s sewing technicians.
“I am thrilled with the result of this collaboration. I recognise how our support has a tangible impact in developing the skills of refugee and new migrant women and it’s a pleasure to continue to assist the creative community work at The Social Outfit,” Spender added.
The collection will be available via www.socialoutfit.org or The Social Outfit store from November 27.