Camille Moir-Smith‘s Aprons
Creativity is a craft that fuels us; it is an outlet for our emotions and ideas. Camille Moir-Smith understands this and realizes the hard part is in the making. ‘Carpenter’s Daughter‘ makes handcrafted aprons that support individuals in the studio – the ones getting messy, collaborating with others, and those who are not afraid to create.
Think of an apron. Now, envision who uses them – a doer, a maker, a creator. Camille Moir-Smith, founder of Carpenter’s Daughter, is all three. It is a personalized design label crafted out of a large studio in Northcote, Melbourne. Moir-Smith creates beautiful handmade aprons perfect for the creative in all of us. “I initially started Carpenter’s Daughter as I really love supporting and encouraging people to explore their creativity. Perhaps the aprons, as an object, symbolize this. I designed the business model to allow me a lot of time to explore my own creative interests and connect with many other creatives; it’s a supportive win-win”, she explains. She started her business in 2014 and, at the young age of 25, it has already garnered interest and acclaim around the community.
Find the whole story inside our second issue ‘Sirens’.