following a lifelong appreciation of the mythical good tee (and unable to find it),

i began designing and sewing my own,

eventually founding bon in february 2016.

i now run bon from sydney's northern beaches with my very dear friend libby .

our goal is to supply women just like us with the ultimate

in luxe tees and supporting wardrobe essentials,

and do some genuine good along the way ...

as well as having fun and drinking possibly a few too many margaritas.

i've also just hit full on menopause (a touch early, i'm in my forties with a not quite 3 year old son).

i'd been feeling for a long time that i wanted to write about this life-full journey through the forties

+ celebrate all the wonderful women in it.

menopause also has a terrible reputation (granted, it's kind of warranted)

but it doesn't mean old, or the end of useful you, and neither does being in your forties.

so i'm combining the two and expanding bon to become a place to share my very hot menopause experience

+ shine a light on the very cool journey into middle age.

with the aim to 'de-old' menopause + create a community in the process.

i'm so happy you're here.

thank you for joining me on this journey, it's going to be a good one. linda x



we use only certified organic cotton jersey for all our garments.

to read more about organic cotton and why it's so important go here (it's about a minute and a half read)


garments are printed and embroidered locally, minimising travel miles and carbon footprint per garment.

enviro-friendly waterbased dyes are used for all of our regular prints.

we’re not perfect, but we’re pretty good, and always striving to improve our production practises and processes.

the bon studio

we do our best to run the studio as sustainably as possible.

currently we refuse to individually bag our garments in plastic sleeves.

use 100% renewable energy via momentum energy.

use recyclable/biodegradable/sustainable forestry packaging.

recycle our paper & plastics (we are on a mission to reduce plastics in the studio to zero).

use keep cups and swell water bottles.

print our brand collateral locally (reducing our carbon footprint).

use fsc certified and australian made paper (we’re constantly looking at ways to reduce our environmental impact and we’ve dramatically reduced the amount of collateral we print).

donate samples and seconds to charity.

use sampling fabric off cuts as rags.

keep the lights off and use natural light for as long as the sunshine will allow.