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THE LATEST — BRISBANE

Jane Milburn's book, Slow Clothing, sits on my desk as a daily reminder. Stacked on top of titles from Clare Press and Lisa Messenger, Jane's book is a sustainability bible, and it comes in handy when I'm looking for new ways to mend or reuse something I've outlived or fallen out of love with.

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This entire outfit has made by a woman who I’ve known for more than half a decade. She has children, she is passionate, she is incredibly talented, and she has never swayed from her values, remaining ethical and Australian made. 

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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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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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In the case of Jacky Stickler and Lauren Malone, the meeting of their two minds has delivered a collaborative limited-edition outfit that highlights their shared values.

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Sticks + Stone is not your average fashion label; in a world where fast fashion and petrochemical fabrics are the norm, Jacky Stickler cuts through the crap, delivering an ethical and sustainable label with a conscious.

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The art of screen-printing is no new one; some Japanese printed fabrics date back to 221 AD. Europeans commercialised the technique in the 17th Century, and now, our modern textile industry is dominated by digitally printed fabrics and mass-producing machinery systems.

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The Brisbane fashion scene is evolving. Five years ago, it was a city that fashion students moved away from to hunt for their careers in Melbourne or Sydney, but now, it’s home to some of the country’s best labels and innovative fashion start-ups.

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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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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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Who made your clothes? Where we get our clothes from and who makes them is raising more questions now than ever.

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When it comes to weekends away in Brisbane, the Marriott Hotel has long been a favourite destination of mine.

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‘Style’ is a complex thing, and it’s not to be confused with ‘fashion’. Coco Chanel had many things to say about it, but one of her most memorable quotes was, “Fashion changes, only style remains the same.”

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It’s no secret that I’m particular when it comes to travel. A hotel should be a home away from home and a place to feel completely and utterly relaxed, so I have a mental list I check off every time I stay somewhere new.

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Edda Hamar is on a mission. As the Director of Undress Runways, Edda supports, celebrates and showcases the unique work of sustainable fashion designers from around the globe.

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Launched in late 2014, AlcieMay Designs has upped the standard of innovation in the Australian swimwear industry, offering individually crafted and designed pieces, all selected by the consumer.

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I’m not a girly-girl, but I do love pink and I do love the odd ruffle. One Brisbane label that manages to combine the two in a sophisticated way is Moreno Marcos, and designer Sofia has a way with all things feminine when it comes to her label.

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Behind every great label is a gifted designer; Atelier Australia’s mastermind is Judi Guthrie.

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Rebeccah Statham in the designer and founding creator of Allure Collections, a brand based on timeless designs for the ultimate ‘Modern Woman’.

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Rachel Burke is a self-taught designer and photographer from Brisbane – she’s one of those extremely talented artists that seems to master everything she touches. 

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Wrapping up another successful year for Queensland fashion, the Mercedes-Benz Group Show served as a platform for the experienced. Talulah, Pistols At Dawn, George Wu, Jack Sullivan, Michelangelo, Chetcuti and Urbbana embody a passion for design that the principle partner, Mercedes-Benz, reflects itself.

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Returning for the 9th year this year, the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival Brisbane played host to a creative array of launch events, including a Fashion Luncheon, a Lifeline Pop-Up Shop, a Luxury Fashion Forum and our point of interest: the Emerging Designer Group Show.

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