According to YouGov, four out of 10 people throw unwanted fashion items straight in the bin, rather than trying to repair or recycle them, and it equates to an average of 23kg of textiles and clothing every year. Kate is passionate about changing such wasteful habits, and through The Clothing Exchange, she's actively changing the industry too.
From bums and boobs to self-care and 'not-so-subtle' insights into womanhood, Claire Cassidy represents real women in her art in a way that the media constantly fails to. She's a strong believer in the female body being viewed as simply that: a body, and not something that necessarily needs to be associated with sexuality.
Fiorella Castro shares our values and views, and she's the creative mind behind Sydney based ocean-inspired circular fashion label, Seapia. Fiorella is passionate about ethics, she cares about sustainability, and she's a responsible slow fashion advocate
Melinda Tually is Fashion Revolution's Australian and New Zealand Coordinator and a Responsible Sourcing Strategist for Ndless: The New Normal. She's an inspiring woman and she's recently added 'Founder of the LEGACY Responsible Fashion Summit' to her impressive and extensive resume.
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.
Anne describes her products as a ‘holiday for your skin’, and she’s not wrong; with naturally derived ingredients like flower oils, olive oil and citrus oil, among other organic and vegan-friendly ingredients, Seven Islands Skincare heals like a two week holiday in the Mediterranean.
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.
Bondi Beach is one of Australia’s most popular coastal destinations and definitely one of Sydney’s chicest hang outs, but the real draw cards of this seaside settings are its flamboyant restaurants and local eateries.
I was bright eyed and bushy-tailed heading into my first day at Josh Goot in Armadale in January. By February, I was left trawling the World Wide Web in search of answers after his administration like I was stalking an ex-boyfriend I’d just broken up with.