At the helm of Haus of Dizzy, proud Wiradjuri woman Kristy Dickinson creates bold, playful, statement-making jewellery that celebrates and honours Indigenous culture—imbuing a sense of empowerment and joy within everybody who wears it.

Often featuring powerful political and social messages, each Haus of Dizzy piece is designed, laser-cut, hand-painted and assembled in the company’s studio, located in Fitzroy, Melbourne/Naarm.

Dickinson has been making jewellery for 20 years and founded Haus of Dizzy in 2015 after recognising a lack of representation within the world of jewellery and fashion accessories. “I created the Indigenous pride collection so Mob could show their pride in a cool, fun way and allies could support and open a dialogue around Indigenous issues.”

Using mirrored acrylic, glitter, dynamic patterns, and alluring takes on the Aboriginal flag, Kristy achieves her goal of “bringing social, political and environmental issues to the forefront” by way of colourful, vibrant accessories.

Available at many online retailers and museums throughout Australia, New Zealand and the USA (including The Iconic, Melbourne Museum, Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art, Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art and more), Haus of Dizzy has been seen on the likes of Ms Lauryn Hill, Lala Hathaway, Drew Barrymore, Miranda Tapsell, Shareena Clanton and Kaiit.

Beyond their commitment to encouraging crucial dialogue, Haus of Dizzy takes part in social and political action; collaborating with non-profit organisations such as AYCC (Stop Adani Movement), SEED MOB (Water is life), Sydney Mardi Gras, DjirraNAIDOC and the YWCA.

Through behind-the-scenes fundraising, collaborative work and their statement-making accessories, Haus of Dizzy continues to celebrate, support and contribute to Indigenous cultures. Whether it’s the neon “Cool Aunty” earrings, sparkly Aboriginal flag hairpins, glossy Bamboo HoopsSunflowersSpaceshipsLightning Bolts or other resplendent designs, Haus of Dizzy products facilitate conversations and attract attention for all the right reasons.

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


The Guardian




A photo of proud Wiradjuri woman, Kristy Dickinson standing in her colourful shop in front of her earring stands. The shop has a pink and white shimmer wall and earring displays. kristy is wearing a black Adidas Jumpsuit with colourful graffiti across it. her hair is black and tied in a high ponytail.
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