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THE LATEST — Ethical

Courtney Holm always knew that she would work in fashion, it was simply a matter of time before she would work out how, so when the idea behind a transparent fashion label came to her in 2016, she was determined to see it through.

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As a child, a few valuable life lessons were constantly repeated to me, one of which still rings true through my work and my approach to fashion: Treat other people how you would want to be treated.

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Rowena Doolan is one of our industry’s most valuable assets. She’s a fashion veteran, a visionary, a designer, owner and director, and a resilient woman. 

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Anthea Crawford was once a little girl who made clothes with her mother. Now, she’s a household fashion name and the Design Director of her self-titled label, employing 130 Australian-based staff.

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Fashion begins with a single idea; it is inspired, creative, it is powerful and meaningful, but the process from this pure state of conception to that of creation, is rarely questioned.

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It’s no secret that the traditional corporate wardrobe can be a little drab. Confined to black pencil skirts, boxy blazers and dated court shoes, the office outlook is usually grim – but it doesn’t have to be.

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Never has the statement, ‘rest assured’, been so relevant as it is with a Koala Mattress. Sweet dreams come hand in hand with good deeds, and that’s what you’ll achieve with a blissful bed from Koala.

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It’s been a big 12 months for Melbourne-made brand MOGA, and it’s not slowing down anytime soon. 

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Deep down I’m a princess, but it conflicts with my values when it comes to ethical fashion.

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The luscious landscape of Fitzroy’s Edinburgh Gardens played host to a renegade runway last Friday, March 31st, for the launch of the latest collection from luxurious faux fur designer label, Gun Shy.

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The future of fashion is changing. With annual events like Fashion Revolution Week and the insurgence of sustainable and ethical brands, our wardrobes are slowly growing greener.

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Today marks the launch of The Fashion Advocate’s 2017 Australian made campaign, a 12-month project which will see local fashion, beauty and lifestyle brands receive the attention and promotion they deserve.

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Two of Melbourne’s most beloved traits are its street art and unique fashion scene, so what could be better than the combination of both? That’s what Pant Active‘s designer duo Brenton and Deborah Loh thought too when they breathed life into their label and launched earlier this year.

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The Movember Foundation is the only charity that tackles men’s health on a global scale, year round, addressing some of the biggest health issues faced by men such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

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The Dress Collective’s designers have one similarity: they all boast Australian-made collections and unique brand messages through their sustainable practices or ethical manufacturing, or through their use of recycled materials, eco-friendly fabrics or low-waste small-run ranges.

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Well known in the Melbourne fashion scene for its dark and moody palette, edgy silhouettes and unisex designs, JUDE is a fashion label that stands out. Founder and Designer Jude Ng has a background in Fine Arts, and it shows; proposing a different point of view in fashion, his asymmetrical and multi-way wear pieces are trend-resistant and forward thinking.

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We often scrutinise our diets and eating habits every time a new fad is released; the paleo diet, the liver cleansing diet, the bullet proof diet… It’s hard to stay up with what’s good and what’s not so good in the food game, but seldom do we stop to look at our beauty products.

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The bright and bold designs celebrate the individuality and personal style of MOGA’s wearers, with innovative new digital printing techniques.

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The words ‘ethical’ and ‘stylish’ are seldom found in the same sentence when it comes to high street shopping, and piecing together a full wardrobe that reflects one’s personal style whilst staying true to eco-friendly and anti-slave labour ambitions is difficult.

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Kangan Institute students delivered a thrift-shop lover’s dream collection at the Eco Threads runway event on Saturday 27 August as part of the 2016 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week program.

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Working in the fashion industry is rough. It is a superficial, photo-shopped, ‘not what you know but who you know’ kind of industry. It causes eating disorders, mental illness and body dysmorphia.

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Kangan Institute’s collaboration with Australian Red Cross will see Melbourne all-girl band Stonefield perform in a range of upcycled, recycled and redesigned garments, made entirely from donated secondhand clothing that would otherwise be destined for landfill.

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Harriet Doran’s latest collection FOREST reflects the soft and sleepy eerie feels of a winter forest deep in hibernation.

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Flowers, candles and pampering treats are always nice for Mother’s Day, but if you’re looking for something different this year, give a gift that keeps giving – a Soxy Beast sock subscription.

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