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THE LATEST — Interviews

Working with sterling silver and rose gold elements to communicate her love of Mother Earth's majesty, Aimee Fairman employs multi-sensory immersive installation, kinetic sculpture and photography to engage with ideas of psycho-geographical landscapes.

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When I met Ms Press at the Melbourne launch of her most recent book, Rise & Resist, she was exactly as I thought she’d be. She was beautiful, she was very English, hilarious, honest, and nonchalant about her celebrity status.

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Fast fashion provides jobs for thousands of women who don’t have employment options in disadvantaged countries. When a fast fashion CEO earns a garment workers lifetime wage in just four days, there is a serious problem with the logic of this argument.

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Elena Antoniou is a reformed shopaholic. It takes guts to say that after years of binging on H&M and Topshop, but she’s now a loud and proud ethical underwear advocate.

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If you've been trying to start an ethical fashion label in Australia and you're facing roadblocks, the solution is simple: invest in your knowledge and find the right people to help you piece together your supply chain.

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Celeste Faltyn knows a thing or two about beauty and bees. As the founder of Apiary Made, a natural beeswax and honey health and beauty brand, she is passionate about educating others on the power of bees and their contribution to our living world.

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Harlow is a fashion label that ticks all the boxes. It is sustainable, Australian owned and made, size-inclusive, ethical and accessible.

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Leanne is one of those people who see the bigger picture, and while Burnt Country may be a small little hand-dying business, her impact is big.

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Creative Cubes is not just a co-working space. It’s a community of like-minded businesses, startups and entrepreneurs elevating each other to success.

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Designer Tereena Lucas has a way of amazing me with every collection, and I’m like a moth to a flame when one of her rings are in the room. 

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Sasha Morello is the founder and CEO of The Clean Skin Movement, a skincare range made from superfoods rather than synthetic ingredients, and she stands by her belief that health and happiness can go hand in hand.

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The Raisin Dit It now in its fifteenth year of operation, but it’s been a unique slow fashion label with a vintage-inspired twist from the very beginning.

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While Lana, Rozalia and Jasmin run three distinctly different businesses of their own, they all have one thing in common – they understand the power of social media.

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As the Founder and Creative Director of 'sticks + stone', Jacky Stickler is passionate about ethics and sustainability, and she’s built a brand on values and purpose.

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Over the past five years, the fashion industry has woken up. For Sarah Garrett-Hodoniczky though, sustainable fashion is something she’s spent the last 15 years advocating for. 

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Jacky may be the new kid on the block after only launching last year, but she’s employed the experience and help of local manufacturers to ensure quality work.

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Janette designs for positive change; Why Mary is for the independent woman, for those who desire to dress with a difference and stand out against mass-produced unethical fashion.

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After finishing her degree in Fashion Design in 2013, Lauren launched her label to fight the fast fashion craze. She wanted to create something different that she could feel good about wearing while embracing sustainability.

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As a community, we take responsibility for the impact that our industry has on people and the planet. Patrice Gibbons is at the forefront of this revolution, and as the Founder and Managing Director of ZURII, she’s passionate about ethics.

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As a community, we take responsibility for the impact that our industry has on people and the planet. Lucy Traner-Wissemann is at the forefront of this revolution.

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As a community, we take responsibility for the impact that our industry has on people and the planet and our designers are at the forefront of the revolution.

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When most of us are sleepily tapping the snooze button for the fourth time, Chris Archer has already completed his daily 5km ride and wrapped up his first Pilates class for the day, and it’s a routine he follows all week.

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Faye De Lanty is an advocate for sustainable fashion, a thrift-shop stylist, and a passionate environmentalist.

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Last Thursday night, six industry professionals opened a can of worms at the GFX Sustainability Panel and addressed the issues we face as an industry around sustainability, collaboration, human rights, market shifts and global competition.

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