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THE LATEST — Ethical

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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A woman's bag is her best friend; it holds every object she needs on a daily basis and it goes absolutely everywhere with her. When it comes to a handbag, every detail is important, and quality is a must.

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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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It's been five years in the making, growing from a small online store to one of Australia's largest online retailers of ethical and sustainable fashion, and now, we'll be opening our doors at 54 East Concourse, Beaumaris, Victoria for ten weeks in the lead up to Christmas. 

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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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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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Deodorant is a comfort-product; no-one wants to be that pongy one in the room. We all have our favourite brands that we stick to religiously and rely on, but keeping our pits pong-free can be detrimental to our health. The skin is the body's largest organ, and what we put on it - from the deodorant in our pits to the moisturiser on our palms - matters.

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Good things take time, and when it comes to manufacturing accessories, the slower the better. Leatherwork is a careful craft, and when it's completed carefully, with precision and intent, the finished product can last centuries, and hopefully, can be handed down from generation to generation.

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The Natural Bedding Co'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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Spending a little time practising self-care regularly is the key to feeling spring-ready all year round, and while a night of pampering may still be a 'night in', it's well worth it every now and again. 

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I have an unquenchable thirst to educate myself and grow, to become more awake, more conscious, more aware and more synchronised with nature and, for as long as I can remember, I have always had a strong interest in health and wellbeing. I guess I was just looking for the inspiration to base a business around.

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Eloïse’s careful craft is commonly known as botanical dyeing; it's a natural dyeing process that extracts colour and texture from Australian leaves, flowers and berries, which are wrapped in silk and steamed.

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Amanda Healy shares my passion and values, and as the founder of Kirrikin, she too understands the importance of restoring, respecting and sharing Indigenous art through fashion. 

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If there's anything I know about fashion, it's that good design and good fashion can change the world. We might be small now, but we have big goals, and in my lifetime, I am determined to change the industry for the better. I am now one big giant green tick closer to doing that. 

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The centuries-old Indian art of hand-block printing is amidst a revival. It's a traditional Rajasthani way of life and an income source for the hundreds of communities in the area. It's also the inspiration behind Dora Deka's ethical and sustainable homewares label, Kolka, and a celebration of artistry, allure, craftsmanship and friendship. 

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Determined to establish an ethical brand synonymous with luxury, Tarn's values are embodied in each Ocre Designs bag, and her commitment to quality is obvious. Ocre Designs bags are Australian designed, Australian made, ethically handcrafted in limited runs, and they encapsulate the essence of natural landscapes.

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Disposable pads are made with up to 90% plastic and they can take upwards of 400 years to decompose if they ever do at all. Adhesive pads haven't been around long enough to measure their impacts, and all the disposable pads we've tossed away since they were invented in 1970, still exist somewhere in landfill and waterways today.

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Reflecting the land in which it was created, founders Greg and Jicky Milham have ensured that Sanctum has remained true to its roots in its 26-year history. Each product looks to encapsulate the pure tranquillity of the area by combining locally sourced botanical ingredients with a vision to sustain and nurture. 

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Ethical and sustainable fashion is about so much more than living wages and eco-friendly fabrics; it’s about taking responsibility for your impact on those who make your clothes, and those who wear them.

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Helen Atcheson isn't concerned with trends or fads, contrary to the popular fashion model. She is inspired by all things natural, and her designs reflect the balmy days and sticky nights of her Western Australia lifestyle where some winter days are a beautiful 29 degrees. In that kind of environment, linen is a must, and it's the only fabric Helen chooses to use in her range.

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‘The Three M’s’ are easy to understand and remember, and when you stop to think about it, it all makes sense. Where a garment is MADE, what MATERIALS it's made from and how MUCH it costs, will answer any questions you have about ethics and sustainability.

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