Very exciting innovations are happening in the way of sustainable, animal-friendly fashion at the moment. Native Shoes has just released a plant-based, vegan sneaker that is zero-waste, biodegradable and compostable.Read More
In an era where it’s (slowly) dawning on us all that single-use items are not sustainable, let’s consider the more environmentally friendly alternative to the everyday disposable tissue. Enter exhibit A: a delicately embroidered handkerchief made from Oeko Tex accredited pure linen.Read More
Filbert is a high-end vegan bag & accessories label, who craft beautiful pieces from luxurious vegan suede and soft vegan leather. With a mindfully made approach, all bags are made to a high standard so they have a luxurious hand feel and look.Read More
Emma Håkansson is a model on a mission to help shape the fashion industry for the better.
She uses her profile to inspire positive action, now works exclusively with ethical and sustainable brands, and has just launched a production and consulting agency for do-good businesses.
Get to know Emma in our recent interview.Read More
These cosmic creations by Tamara Leacock of REMUSE designs are handmade in Collingwood, Melbourne ~ from low environmental impact materials.
Her latest collection, Solstice Exù, is created with undyed linen and organic cotton, juxtaposed with shibori dyed moss, indigo deadstock and organic fabricsRead More
A bag that’s stylish and uber-practical? Um yes please. It’s no small wonder that belt bags are being taken up by so many right now. Here are our picks for chic fanny-packs / bum-bags that are ethically-made from sustainable, vegan-friendly materials.Read More
Mirabelle Jewellery is the story of the daughter of a Parisian silversmith - Veronique Henry - whose passion for jewellery-making was born from discovering nature and diverse cultures around the world.
Based in the UK, Mirabelle specialise in handmade, fair trade and unique jewellery, made with love and soul. Their pieces are made mostly by fair trade suppliers around the world, as well as a collection that’s handmade inRead More
Is there anything like the feeling of linen on a warm, dreamy day? Come summertime, I’m always reaching for it in my wardrobe.Read More
Sales and discounts from ethical, sustainable and vegan-friendly brands this Black Friday / Cyber Monday 2018 weekend. Clothes, shoes, bags, beauty products, homewares, gifts and more.Read More
Looking for that wardrobe staple pair of white sneakers? Here are 5 brands making vegan, ethical and sustainable kicks.Read More
As one of the most environmentally friendly fabrics, linen is also an amazing fibre to wear. We look at why, and list some of our favourite classic, European-made, white linen dresses.Read More
Help. I need to buy a new pair of jeans. But what should I purchase that is ethical, and eco friendly?Read More
Pinatex is a natural, sustainable, vegan-friendly alternative to leather, made from pineapple leaf fibres. This innovative material is being used by sustainable fashion brands to create some truly beautiful, ethical pieces.Read More
It's super exciting to see how many of this year's Melbourne Fashion Week events centre around ethical, sustainable fashion. From runways to exhibitions, talks and workshops, here are a few of our picks.Read More
When you're trying to build a more sustainable, ethical wardrobe, a great place to start is with the basics right?
I recently tried out some underwear from Danish eco-friendly label Organic Basics, and it's safe to say they've become some of my new favourites.Read More
From 3-5th July 2018, the Berlin Ethical Fashion Show will see the city host a series of talks, screenings, workshops, fashion shows and networking events, all centred around ethical and sustainable fashion.
Here are a few exciting events and brands to look out for..Read More
Often when we think about ethical fashion practices, we think about things happening overseas. Slow, sustainable and fairly made fashion can also be right on our doorsteps. Here are a few ethical clothing labels we think you should know that are made in our home city of Melbourne, Australia.Read More
It's great in your smoothies, and it's pretty great in your wardrobe too. Wonder-crop hemp has long been known for its environmentally friendly credentials as a textile.
Hemp uses a fraction of water compared to conventional cotton, and with its dense and long root structures, it naturally protects itself against weeds and pests.Read More