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THE LATEST — Sustainable

The Lauren & Angie aesthetic is a carefree and eco-friendly one; simple, everyday pieces in organic cotton, linen and other natural fibres make for the perfect staple wardrobe. 

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Co-founders and designers Jodie Hayes and Emma Bäcklund are determined to influence positive impact in the fashion industry, and their attitude towards sustainability and women's surf culture have garnered a strong following for their brand in recent years.

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Now, as we move into our sixth year, three runways later, a few awards in the mix, a pop-up (and another coming soon), and a reach of over 40,000 across our digital network, I am so damn happy with what we've built as a team and community - but we have so much further to go.

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From ethical production and using sustainable fabrics to empowering women and choosing quality over quantity, Berit inspires positive change, and Sometimes Sundays a testament to the possibilities of how fashion can be used as a force for good.

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When it comes to an Orocéo Castro garment, that feeling is exactly what designer and co-owner Paolo Castro is passionate about sharing with the world, and it's something his grandmother shared with him. 

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DBP is one of the many chemicals that Danielle Egan refuses to use in her nail polish range, and rightfully so. Sienna polishes are also free from toxins, animal products, and micro-plastics, plus they're gender-inclusive, water permeable and Wudu-friendly, making them suitable for people of Muslim faith.

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I don’t want to give up fashion and I don't want you to either. I want to inspire you to buy ethical fashion and sustainable fashion, and instead of boycotting fashion, I want you to buy good fashion that means something to you.

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The Folktribe design philosophy embodies longevity and versatility to create and craft pieces that can be treasured and worn season after season, year after year, beautifully and effortlessly. Folktribe are also a proud plastic-free label, and absolutely no plastic is used throughout their entire supply chain, business operations, and personal lives.

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Instead of impulse-buying fast fashion that you don't need, I invite you to #TakeBackBlackFriday and celebrate slower, more sustainable ways of living. 

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Join us in-store for a day of champagne, shopping and style inspiration with Melbourne’s leading personal stylist, Sally Mackinnon of Styled By Sally. You'll also have the opportunity to meet and greet some of our designers, find inspiration for ethical and sustainable gifting, and spend the afternoon in good company.

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What we've created within four walls is something really special. We're not just selling things, we're changing the industry, one outfit at a time. When our customers walk out with their reusable tote bags and their ethical and sustainable staples, they walk out knowing they've contributed to the solution and they're part of the bigger picture.

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Grace Beverley is the first inspirational fellow female on our Boss Lady List, and what a woman to launch with and set the standard. Grace is an impressive woman; she has nearly 600k subscribers on her YouTube channel and over one million followers on Instagram, but we don’t love her for the numbers. Grace is an advocate for sustainable fashion, and a body-positive honest #ladyboss.

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If you're a lover of shopping, champagne, coffee and good company, book a private one on one session with me at our Beaumaris store. I don’t bite, I’m super friendly, and if you’re in the mood for coffee or champagne (or both), it’s on me.

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After five years of being one of Australia's largest online retailers of ethical and sustainable Australian and New Zealand fashion, we have opened our doors at 54 East Concourse Beaumaris, and we'd love you to celebrate with us. 

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Australians use more than 150,000km of wrapping paper during Christmas – enough to wrap around Earth’s equator nearly four times. Leaving unwrapped presents under the tree in the name of sustainability may spoil the fun of the surprise, but there are definitely less wasteful ways to give and more thoughtful ways to express the season's greetings.

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I made the switch from chemical-based beauty products to toxin-free alternatives a few years ago, and it was the best skin-decision I've ever made. I've always been a lover of home-remedies, so earthYARD's essential oils range is perfect for my 'mixing and making' Saturday-night-in beauty sessions too.

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The beauty and wellbeing industry is ever-evolving. New miracle serums pop up every week promising to turn back the clock ten years in ten minutes, and it can be a little tricky choosing between good beauty products and good marketing. It isn't easy to fight the urge of ageing naturally either when every second advertisement swears that 'looking younger' is the secret to happiness.

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The Fabric Social operated for five years as a fashion label, creating incredible partnerships and relationships in the process, but social media support and the encouragement from friends and family weren't enough.

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By 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish, and if nothing changes in the fashion industry, we'll also have used up a quarter of the world's carbon budget by then too.

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Welcoming the warmer months also comes with a more colourful wardrobe, and The Botswana Dress is a Spring wardrobe staple. It's ethically made in Noosa on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, and it’s a great layering piece for all-year wear too.

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I've teamed up with my favourite local brands to celebrate everything Mother Nature, fresh and floral for our Spring giveaway. Enter to win a prize pack full of ethical and sustainable goodies valued at $1100.

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Australians send 6000kg of fashion and textile waste to the tip every ten minutes but on Sunday October 20th, The Fashion Advocate is set to save 2500 designer and pre-loved items from landfill. 

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The Natural Bedding Company's range of mattresses have been making it hard to get out of bed for nearly four decades, but for all the right reasons - they're Australian made, organic, sustainable, ethical and damn comfy. 

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The average Australian woman will spend $18,171 on period products over her lifetime. From a financial, environmental, and wellness perspective, menstrual cups are simply more sustainable than disposable pads and tampons.

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