Launching today, a new jumper for the Australian fashion industry is a jump suit that has been designed and created by a man named John Smith.
Smith has been designing jumpers for many years, and in 2013 he decided to create a jump dress called the Lucky label.
The label features a jumper made out of black and red, with the words ‘Lucky’ emblazoned across the back.
Smith’s first jump was in 2009, when he designed a jump jacket inspired by a piece of the original ABC-produced Australian Swim show.
“My favourite jump suit is the ABC-style jump suit, but I have always loved the Lucky jumper, so I did the Lucky jump dress,” he said.
He’s now got his own brand, Smith Jumpers, and the Lucky Jump dress is now available in the Melbourne market.
But he has not been limited to designing jumpsuits.
Smith has designed a number of jumpsuits, and a jumper for his children that he created for his daughter.
The jumper is a combination of a top and side, with an armband attached to the armbands, and Smith said the jumper was designed with the idea of children learning to jump and make the most of their opportunities to learn to jump.
“The idea is to make it something they can wear with confidence and be proud of,” he told news.com:au.
I was trying to do something fun with the jumper.
As well as the jumper, Smith also created a number for his son, who is a sports jumper.
The jumper has a very short front section, which he says has a different feel to the ones he uses.
“There’s no buttons, it’s a little bit more loose, it has a little more flair to it, which is something that I love about jumpers,” he explained.
To help children learn to take advantage of their opportunity to jump, Smith created the Lucky Kids Jumping Club, which offers jump lessons and activities.
“Kids can also try to jump in the jump ring, which I love because it’s an amazing way to learn,” he added.
“You can jump for free.
It’s a great way to help kids learn to learn.”
Smith also said he was inspired to create the Lucky dress after his daughter started to ask questions about jumping.
She asked him about it and asked how she could dress it up.
“I was thinking, ‘well, I can do this’, and I thought, ‘why not?'” he said, laughing.
And he wanted to design something that she could wear as a jumper.
Smith said the dress has a classic style, and is made from 100 per cent cotton, with a zipper on the back and a waistband that allows it to be worn over trousers.
“It’s a very modern dress,” Smith said.
“My daughter likes it, she likes the jumper and she loves the dress.”
Smith has previously created a jumper and dress for his own children, but he said the Lucky jumpsuit was his first time creating a jumper specifically for children.
It’s been designed to fit a child’s frame, and has a waist and back that can be fitted over jeans.
After making the dress, Smith designed the jumper that will be sold to families for $180.