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THE LATEST — Ethical

The Melbourne made Radical Yes capsule features two pairs of ‘Cosmic Wonder’ sandals, both handcrafted in Abbotsford, and they’re consistent with the brand's mission to minimise waste and push boundaries with one silhouette. 

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Every woman needs a good lipstick, a signature scent, and respect for her body, and that means being prepared.

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MOGA Founder and Creative Director, Azahn Munas, has designed the scarf to represent much more than the modern Christmas we’ve all come to know that over-emphasises spending and gift-giving.

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Instead of shopping and buying mindless throwaway stuff, get personal with your gift giving this year; frame some pictures, try your hand at painting, scrapbook some memories, or start baking.

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I am a fashion blogger, a magazine editor, an avid clothes lover and an advocate for the Australian creative industry, but first and foremost, I am a conscious consumer.

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In the case of Jacky Stickler and Lauren Malone, the meeting of their two minds has delivered a collaborative limited-edition outfit that highlights their shared values.

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Katie-Ann Houghton is a nationally recognised glass artist. She’s worked alongside some of the industry’s most renowned both locally and internationally, and three of her pieces are part of Australia’s National Glass Art Collection.

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MOGA unabashedly supports marriage equality in Australia, as does The Fashion Advocate, and their adoration for the LGBTIQ community is strong.

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I recently featured in the Herald Sun and my hero image aptly sums up how excited I was. I share news and interviews with Australian brands through The Fashion Advocate blog on a weekly basis, but it's not often the tables are turned and I get the opportunity to share mine.

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We aren’t a nation of Size 6 blue-eyed blondes; we’re a nation of different sizes, different ethnicities and different ages, and the media we see and hear should reflect that.

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Sticks + Stone is not your average fashion label; in a world where fast fashion and petrochemical fabrics are the norm, Jacky Stickler cuts through the crap, delivering an ethical and sustainable label with a conscious.

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I believe every woman deserves to own one high quality, handcrafted, sustainably dyed and ethically sourced leather garment – if she wants to.

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I’m a thrift shopper from way back. Growing up in a small country town meant little shopping diversity, so I would trawl my local op shops for vintage treasures and unique finds.

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Melbourne may not have cottoned on yet, but Spring has officially arrived and the sun baby within me is ready to shed some layers.

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Spring is my favourite season of the year; the sun starts coming out, I can ditch the layers and don more colour, and fresh flowers are aplenty. 

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Choosing just one piece to call my favourite from the Lucy Ceramics range of handmade jewellery is a tough decision. Designer Lucy Patrone has entwined all of my favourite things in a cohesive collection of earrings and necklaces with delicate details, dangles and drops, gold and glittering embellishment, pastels and pretty patterns.

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Lois McGruer-Fraser is humble, unassuming, and quiet, and in a room full of people at her own events, she walks amidst the crowd as if she were a guest.

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Heidi Helyard was always destined for a future in the arts. With an accomplished potter for a grandmother and a multi-medium artist for a mother, it’s hardly surprising that Heidi has crafted a 14-year career as a successful fibre artist and a self-employed graphic designer.

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Julie Goodwin is one busy woman. On top of running her own business, creating bespoke garments for her clientele, and consulting with brides and their entourages, Julie also teaches the art of couture to the next generation of designers at Fashion Masters in Melbourne twice a week.

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Carla Dinnage is one hell of a multitasker; she manages a myriad of daily duties running her own business, she’s a wife, and also a mother of four children under the age of 11. 

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I love prints. I love colour. I love clashing prints and colour, but there’s a fine line between looking great and looking ghastly.

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The Brisbane fashion scene is evolving. Five years ago, it was a city that fashion students moved away from to hunt for their careers in Melbourne or Sydney, but now, it’s home to some of the country’s best labels and innovative fashion start-ups.

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Argent Silversmith is a small label of silver, opal, pearl and wood jewellery, designed and handmade in the Australian Alps. 

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A colourful fusion of the two hemispheres occurred when UK-born designer Rhianne, and Australian lawyer Cheryl, came together in a serendipitous meeting at a Melbourne rooftop bar. 

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