Kristy Dickinson is a proud Wiradjuri woman, mother of Ziggy Lee and the brainchild behind cult fashion label Haus of Dizzy.

Dickinson grew up in Sydney’s inner west and now lives in Melbourne, Australia. She has been making jewellery for 20 years and created Haus of Dizzy in 2015 where she began selling her creations at local markets and retailers in Sydney. 



Haus of Dizzy is a range of handmade jewellery and accessories which include Earrings, necklaces, pins, charm bracelets, hair accessories, personalised pieces, wall art and jewellery stands. All pieces are designed, laser cut, hand painted and assembled in the Haus of Dizzy studio in Fitzroy in Melbourne.

Haus of Dizzy products are bright and bold statement pieces often referred to as ‘conversation starters’. Featuring strong political and social messages and a strong focus on her Indigenous culture, Kristy’s pieces are designed with inclusivity in mind with the hopes to make her customers feel strong and confident in who they are.

There is no doubt that there is a huge buzz around Haus of Dizzy and you can find our handmade bling in over 15 stores online retailers and museums throughout Australia, New Zealand and America including The Iconic, Melbourne Museum, MCA, GOMA, Open house gallery and Tibbs and Bones just to name a few.


With a strong connection to the Australian music industry Kristy has also styled and collaborated with musicians such as Baker Boy, Coda Conduct, Kaiit, Sheppard, Caiti Baker, The Merindas and even major international artists including Lady Leshurr, Lalah Hathaway and Ms Lauryn Hill.

Haus of Dizzy is strongly committed aiding social and political action and have collaborated with non for profit organisations such as AYCC (Stop Adani Movement), SEED MOB (Water is life), Sydney Mardi Gras, Djirra, Naidoc and the YWCA to help raise money and awareness for these important issues. Other creative collaborations include brands such as PE NATION, MARCS, GAMMIN THREADS, artist Kiya Watt and Coffinbirth.

Read more about Kristy and the Haus she built with the links below

The Guardian: Haus of Dizzy: 'It's a way to wear our voices on the body part that listens'

AusPost: The Haus that Kristy built: The Indigenous designer turning heads with her bright and bold jewellery

AscensionMag: Welcome to Dizzyland: Interview with Kristy Dickinson, Haus of Dizzy 

SBS: Bring on the bling: Haus of Dizzy makes bold earrings in deadly designs