NANA JUDY is designed in Melbourne, Australia since 2006.
Creating clothing for men and women for the best independents and premium department stores globally.
NANA JUDY has a driven focus on creating new boundaries in design aesthetic, innovation and quality with sustainability as a core value.
Our social brand identity is vital to us, inspired by the confident, carefree attitude of the young and free. We are committed to environmental sustainability and what we do within our global footprint.
NANA JUDY is built for the streets and designed for the
progressive. Each collection evolves yet stays true to our original legacy. We design ready to wear collections, which are like no other, inclusive for everyone.
The brand name is unique and meaningful which is what the brand stands for, transcending into each collection, continuously pushing the boundaries of premium fashion. "NANA stands for loyalty and legacy, JUDY stands for unique and rare like the that of a Dalmatian’s spots." like the name NANA JUDY has always held strong to its own identity in creating new and unique designs, it has been a key to the brand’s success.
The brand name NANA JUDY comes from founder, Glenn Coleman’s great grandmother's Dalmatian dog called Judy. The inspiration for the name came to life as Colemans’ Grandmother was a designer creating one off individual garments for the famous in the late 60’s & 70’s and this was a nod to her creativity and legacy.
The brand recently collaborated with Disney on its iconic 101 Dalmatians which launched at New York Fashion week opening with supermodels Josephine Skriver, Winnie Harlow, Shaun Ross and Neels Visser. The brand was approached by Disney to do a Collaborate with them and it was fitting to do 101 Dalmatians. The show at New York fashion week included a real Dalmatian dog walking on the runway.