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If Simon Lock can raise $75 million for a fashion tech venture and the circular economy is worth $100 billion, why can't we afford the innovative solutions we need to adequately reduce, reuse and recycle in Australia?

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Shopping sustainably is an achievable aspiration with an ECO-TOTE reusable hemp bag, and making the switch has never looked so good. 

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The pain in my legs from squatting and lifting and organising, disappeared. My shame in being seen by 400 people at an event that I ‘should’ have been fabulously put together and make-upped, disappeared.

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Moments proudly empower women to talk about sex, and to feel confident about taking control of their health. They also donate 5% of each sale to the McGrath Foundation. 

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Channelling her love of all things natural and her deep respect for Mother Nature, Melissa creates small batch products by hand, working in line with her sustainable and zero-waste values.

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Runway Room is an innovative business that has many arms, contributing to the local economy through employment and more importantly, local manufacturing.

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Bondi Kiss is bringing new life to the age-old favourite, pawpaw ointment.  It starts with real, organic papaya fruit. No powered forms here. 

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There are 'purely for taste' teas, like the sugar-infused and quirky blends you'll find on the supermarket shelves, and there's good, healing, natural tea, like Mayde Tea.

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You might not often think about the lifecycle of something as small as a post-it note, but the earthly impacts are big, and this is the basis of change-making stationery business, Earth Greetings.

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When hundreds of people sit in the same room for the same reason, our differences disappear. We come together to enjoy fashion, to connect, to shape our own fashion futures.

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Presented by The Fashion Advocate, IDENTITY is a culmination of our national design story. Through fashion and design, we advocate for social justice, environmental sustainability, and global equality.

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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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Pushing boundaries is all in a day's work for Coco and Max, and their upcoming Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival event is a perfect example of their artistic approach to fashion.

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The Australian fashion industry is ever-evolving. Influenced by our vibrant multicultural history, our unique climate and our sense of independence, Australia has produced some of the most coveted labels in the world.

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The Australian fashion industry is ever-evolving. Influenced by our vibrant multicultural history, our unique climate and our sense of independence, Australia has produced some of the most coveted labels in the world.

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Teneille Clerke is better known as ‘Tenfingerz’ and describes herself as a ‘Gen Y renaissance human’. She’s an established stylist, producer, photographer, performance artist, filmmaker and creative think-tank and she’s only just getting started.

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Of all the VAMFF events this year, I was inspired most by the Global Indigenous Runway on Tuesday 8th March at the Melbourne Museum.

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In-the-loop Melbournians and the trendiest of fashion fans from interstate coveted the limited amount of tickets available to the recent The Dress Collective Runway, and those who were lucky enough to secure a seat to the sold out show were treated to a grand showcase of collections from 21 emerging and established Australian designers on February 13th, 2016.

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It’s no secret that Melbourne is the epicenter of fashion in Australia, but it certainly came as a surprise to The Dress Collective team that their first ever runway (which is an official event of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival Offsite Runway Series) sold in out 20 days.

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On February 13, 2016, The Dress Collective will merge the digital world with the tangible, presenting an interactive runway to raise funds for the Black Dog Institute.

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It seemed fitting that my first antipodean runway show should feature the debut collections of myriad Australian fashion graduates.

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We’ve uncovered yet another hidden Melbourne gem- Shio. Designed and made locally in Melbourne, the label recently released their Autumn/Winter 2015 collection as part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program

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The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival Future Runway gave secondary school students from all around Australia a chance to shine, and its charmingly youthful feel can only be accredited to the young designers featured in the show.

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Menswear is making one hell of a comeback – and at the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival GQ Australia Menswear Runway – it was at its very peak.

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