Peppermint Magazine

colour me happy

What do dumplings, galahs and mix-tapes have in common? Besides all being a veritable delight for the senses, they also feature on the bright and beautiful designs of Kablooie – a Brisbane-born label that offers slow, personalised and handmade fashion in a size-inclusive range. The brainchild of designer Keneena Fanning, Kablooie promises “unexpected, oversized and playful” designs that see loose, comfortable dresses, tops, pants and skirts covered in happy motifs.

With a background in economics and project management, Keneena was perhaps – on paper – an unlikely candidate for fashion designer. However, her love of brightness and pattern (“Colour just makes my heart leap”), combined with an itch to abandon office life and the need for a family-friendly schedule, saw her make the move – first with a

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