P.A.M Perks and Mini
Perks and Mini, abbreviated to P.A.M., is an Australia-based fashion and lifestyle cult brand, founded by Misha Hollenbach and Shauna Toohey.
Established in 2000 and based in Melbourne, Perks and Mini products are sold and exhibited internationally. P.A.M. has Been “attracting the attention of some of the globe’s most influential art and fashion leaders” such as Sarah Lerfel, co-founder and creative director of Colette (Paris), who has stocked P.A.M. since their first collection, and also by art curators and critics like Chris Dercon, Director of the Tate Modern (London), who was quoted as saying “Perks and Mini I consider as one of the strongest fashion designers in the world right now” and has since purchased several archival pieces for the Tate’s collection. In 2013 Perks and Mini also fulfilled a residency at Museum der Weltkulturen in Frankfurt, Germany.