Chloe’s design was described by one of the judges as “a vivid print that makes a statement of strength, yet with an inherent softness.” Another judge noted her delicate treatment of the specified colour palette, and how the pattern leant itself beautifully to repeated usage when printed on fabric.
Based in Sydney, Chloe has had a passion for drawing and painting from a young age, and feels very lucky to have turned that passion into a career as a freelance print designer.
She told us her winning print was inspired by the huge palms that grew in her Grandmother’s garden in New Zealand, and proudly dedicates this design to her Nan, who has faced her own battle with breast cancer and survived.
Chloe’s design will be printed on a Limited Edition Berlei ‘Barely There’ bra that will be on sale this October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month as part of The Pink Bra Project. $10 from the purchase of this bra will be donated to Breast Cancer Network Australia to help support those affected by breast cancer.
Congratulations from all of us at Berlei and BCNA.