About MTTC

 
 
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Jesinta Franklin in our vintage apron, photographed by Nick Leary and styled by Naomi Smith for Harpers BAZAAR Australia, Jan/Feb '17 issue.

Jesinta Franklin in our vintage apron, photographed by Nick Leary and styled by Naomi Smith for Harpers BAZAAR Australia, Jan/Feb '17 issue.

 
 
 

THE STORY

MTTC is an Australian designer label, run by a mother daughter team, that specialises in unique couture, handmade and vintage pieces. Although MTTC began their work back in 2010 sourcing and restoring vintage pieces, the label was launched by their first handmade millinery collection in 2017. This was followed by their first fashion haute couture and cruise collections in 2018. All MTTC designer pieces are proudly designed and handmade by the team in Australia, and the pair love to use vintage materials in their designs, making each piece rare and unique.

As a team, MTTC has created custom orders for people all around the world, sold items to customers like Alice McCall, and their vintage and handmade items have been featured in theatre shows, such as the Broadway production of "Sunday in the Park with George", short films, and fashion shoots with Harper's BAZAAR Australia, Elléments Magazine and Salysé Magazine. Most recently their Ma Nostalgie couture collection was published in the latest issue of SHUBA Magazine.

 
 

 

THE TEAM

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Tamila

Tamila has had a love for design since she was a little girl when she would watch both her mother and grandmother sewing their own clothes. It was at this early stage that she picked up all the essential skills which she has since developed and now uses to create her own designs. It wasn't long before Tamila discovered her love for vintage and antique treasures and it brings her much joy to restore and find a new home for original pieces from a past era. MTTC sprung from the goal to combine the vintage into everyday living.

 
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Mariya

Mariya is a trained actor with a Bachelor of Performance from the Australian Institute of Music, Dramatic Arts. Since completing her studies Mariya has worked as a production designer, actor, visual merchandiser and stylist. She loves being the other half of MTTC as it allows her to combine her love of history with her passion for all things creative.