In 2021 Anna Thomas celebrates its eighteenth year as part of the Australian fashion landscape. The label is now well established with boutiques in ten prestigious locations across Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, with two new flagships on the way.

The brand Anna Thomas has become synonymous with timeless style and quality, and the label, continues to grow throughout Australia.

After winning the prestigious IWS Young Designer of the Year, Anna had several senior roles with fashion companies most notably as Design Director in Italy for luxury fashion house Max Mara’s Weekend brand.

Over the last decade, Anna made a significant impact on women’s fashion in Australia by creating a culture around the Anna Thomas label. Her brand principles are immersed in tactility, quality and a synergy of fabric and craftsmanship.

All the while, the essence of Anna Thomas and core of her inspiration is her customer.

Embracing the foundation of quality fabric and detailed tailoring, the clothing is designed for women who love luxury and have an appreciation for timeless fashion pieces with a contemporary twist.


Anna produced her first collection in 2003 and guided the growth of the label as it developed its own handwriting and customer following. While the brand signature remains consistent each season, we continue to push the evolution of her product, keeping it on-trend which defines the Anna Thomas style.

The key to this evolution is in the fabric. We collaborate with creative textile designers in Italy directly and our team sources fabrics through a network of exclusive high end fabric mills who share similar design and quality values. A determination and willingness to find the most beautiful cloth has allowed us the opportunity to develop some long standing and personal relationships with these exclusive mills. This has enabled the brand to offer something very unique in the fashion landscape of Australia.

Our design process starts with fabric and colour as we build a collection. This is where the creativity begins and evolves. The aesthetic of the garment is a result of a well considered research into fabric, cut, pattern and trim. Every detail matters.