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Sustainable fashion is in my blood now, but it hasn't always been. I've shopped from Supré. I've ducked into Kmart for a quick essential. I've been lured into Zara for a last-minute glitzy weekend number. I've even rummaged through the sale racks at H&M and enjoyed it.

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You might be just one person, but one person can change the world, and when eight billion people make better choices, we can change history. Fight for the kind of world you want to live in and make informed, ethical fashion choices - every garment counts.

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Polyester garments take more than 200 years to break down, but they never decompose; tiny plastic particles exist, forever. So, what's the solution? Ditch polyester and switch to natural, biodegradable, renewable fabrics in your wardrobe, and choose to shop ethically and sustainably.

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Kylie's personal experience with domestic violence was traumatic and life-changing, and it took several years to find herself and her joy again. Over time, her positive affirmations became the foundations for her brand, and now, her statements, 'You are beautiful', 'You are brave', 'You are loved', and 'You are powerful' adorn every pair.

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Most of us sleep wrapped up in cotton or bamboo bedding, and while cotton might be a natural fibre, when it is farmed 'conventionally' and not organically, it uses more insecticides than any other crop.

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Why do we need protections against slavery in modern times? Because it's still a serious and current issue, both in Australia and overseas. The Global Slavery Index estimates that in 2018, there were approximately 40.3 million people subject to modern slavery. Even in Australia, it is estimated that at least 15,000 people are living in slavery like conditions.

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Holy Lamb Organics are proud to carry on a centuries-old tradition of making beautiful textile products by hand too, and they're dedicated to honouring heritage methods, sustainable business practices, fair labour practices, secure working conditions, diversity, and inclusion.

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You've probably never stopped to think about what you're sleeping on, but you should. Considering we spend a third of our lives in bed, the sheets we're all tossing and turning in - matter. 

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When I need a skin pick-me-up these days, instead of using magic serums full of chemicals, I opt for a natural scrub. Kirra Australia's all-natural, nasty-free and certified organic scrub blends tick all my ethical, sustainable and clean beauty boxes, and they smell absolutely delicious too.

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I'm also grateful for the women I know who get up every day to make the world a better place, so with International Women's Day this week, I'll be shining a light on inspiring women who use their position in the fashion industry as a force for good.

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Joining One Roof a few years ago was one of the best decisions I've made in my professional career. It's the epitome of 'community' and such a supportive network for women in business. 

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Sally Rae's sustainable range is inspired by simplicity, ethical values and effortless dressing. It's also entirely vegan and transparent, which isn't commonplace in today's industry even though it should be.

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It's no secret that polyester is one of the least sustainable fabrics you can buy, and the only benefit of it, is that is tends to last - but at what cost? It's not sustainable, it's not eco-friendly, it's not natural, it doesn't breathe, it harbours bacteria, it doesn't break down, and put simply - we can do better.

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15 billion trees are cut down every single year around the world, but we need trees to survive. Global re-planting is essential for human existence, so to combat deforestation, One Tree Planted successfully planted over ten million trees worldwide in 2020 alone.

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Around 18 million bras make their way into landfill every few years in the U.S alone, and most of them are made with polyester material and plastic fixtures.⁠ If they're made with fabrics like polyester, nylon, synthetic lace or mesh, they can take up to 200 years to decompose.

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Australian-based label, U&I, fills the gap between the uninspiring triangle and forgotten function, and their values are just as strong as their long-lasting quality swimwear.

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No woman is truly free, until ALL women are truly free, and we're not there yet. If you're a feminist and if you believe in equality, and yet you buy fast fashion - you're not really a feminist.

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Avoiding toxins and discussing the benefits of clean beauty products is a topic I'm deeply passionate about, and my constant search for natural and safe alternatives to everyday essentials is what lead me to Zuii Organic. I switched to Zuii a few years ago, but I fall in love with them all over again with every new lipstick shade or exciting new product release.

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Navigating safe ingredients and finding honestly natural products can be tricky when there's so much on the market, but offering honest, real and hand-on-heart natural, clean beauty products is exactly what Dindi Naturals exist to do.

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2020 was a doozy of a year for some, but it wasn’t a ‘bad’ year - it was exactly what it was meant to be, and there’s always something to be grateful for if you look for it.

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Solving fast fashion is a complicated conversation, but we've just made it that little bit easier to justify shopping at The Fashion Advocate. We're a Founding Merchant of AirRobe, an Australian marketplace for preloved designer fashion. 

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What if all the clothes we bought were sustainable? What if everything we wore was made ethically? If everyone in the world bought ethical and sustainable clothing and the fashion industry was circular and fair, we wouldn’t be having these kinds of conversations, but how do we change the behaviour of nearly eight billion people?

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Every year around the world, we flush nearly 15 million trees-worth of toilet paper down our drains. If you’re yet to consider the impact of taking ten minutes out on the throne, it’s time to make the switch to recycled toilet paper and help wipe up a wasteful mess.

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Scrunchies have become a sustainable, zero-waste statement for fashion brands and a practical way to minimise fabric offcuts and waste. Help reduce waste and tame your mane sustainably with my pick of the bunch for Australian designed, ethical and sustainable scrunchies...

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