About Us

Caressa Designs Tradition, Care, Fashion – a woven narrative

Caressa Designs' Founder

Caressa, a Proud Gumbayngirr woman, is the founder and creator of Caressa Designs. Located on Dharawal country, Caressa is passionate about sharing culture through her range of children’s fashion—ensuring the world’s oldest living culture continues to thrive in modern times.

Caressa's Vision

Caressa Murphy, the visionary behind Caressa Designs, envisions a world where every child grows up with a sense of pride in their cultural identity. As a Proud Gumbayngirr woman, her journey resonates in every design, transforming each garment into a celebration of a living culture thriving in the modern era.

Discover the vision that propels Caressa Designs into a realm where tradition meets contemporary expression.

Our Philosophy

At Caressa Designs, we believe in weaving the threads of tradition into the fabric of modernity. Our garments are not just clothing; they are stories, a living tribute to the ancient Aboriginal narratives.

Rooted in tradition, crafted with care, and committed to sustainability, we invite you to embrace a world where culture meets couture.


    “My boy loves his hoodie, he wears it to school everyday and on weekends. I can't get it off him long enough to wash it and I know how bad that sounds, but he really loves it that much! I'm going to have to buy him a bigger one so I have one ready for when he grows out of this one.”


    "It was pleasure meeting you and seeing your beautiful work at the Blak Markets. Belated but sincere thanks for sending the lovley dresses so quickly. They arrived on the day of my granddaughter Juliet's third birthday, and she wore her lovely dress to a performacne of Spot at the Opera House. My great-niece who lives in London will be wearing the little red dress in their summer, and her parents love it. Best wishes for the continuing success of your creative work and your company."


    “Love love love the Seven Sisters Dress. It's for my granddaughter whose birthday is mid-October. I might not be able to wait that long. Thanks so much!”