Who Are We?

If we were a martini we would take a shot of friendship, stir in the love of simple, ethical fashion and pour over a great cause. To us a nod to the martini sums up what good times are all about, friends sharing stories, laughter and supporting each other.
Our mission is to #causeastir by supporting women worldwide. We donate $10 from the sale of every Martini Tee to United Women Singapore (formerly known as The Singapore Committee for UN Women). 

How It All Started

We are ladies with many passions: Family, friends, martinis, silliness, yoga and a party bus with dual dancing poles.
We all need to let our hair down, so we started a group who regularly meet for ‘Martini Night' - our excuse to have a few drinks, a good laugh and occasionally a good sob. This tribe is our support, our solace and our lifeline.  We joke that we've saved loads on therapy and botox bills, but in reality we know how important and therapeutic these friendships are and we cherish them.
Whilst we like to have a laugh and don't take ourselves too seriously, we do care about our planet and it's people. We only use 100% organic cotton and only support Fair Wear certified factories. 
Feel good, do good, knowing that $10 from every Martini Tee goes to the Singapore Committee for UN Women.

Meet the Martini Team

 

I'm Sarah, mum of two sons; one single- minded and thoughtful and the other a sociable style guru man-child. I love playing tennis, meditation, watching dramas (the tv kind), still hold a torch for Rob Lowe, collect vinyl and become an annoying wannabe karaoke queen (after 2 or more martinis). We started this company with a simple mission - to spread love and laughter. Fortunately, we get to do that one martini tee at a time.

                               

I'm Nic, mum to three of the most hilarious and kind hearted people I know. I'm a reality tv addict who is obsessed with animals, soy lattes, 80's music and rap (my carpool karaoke is equally atrocious for both genres). I love to make people laugh and like to think of myself as a glass half full kind of woman, except for when it's a martini glass, that's never quite full enough.