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THE LATEST — FASHION

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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If no one in Australia bought a single-use coffee cup today and instead used a reusable cup, we’d save 2.7 million cups today alone. 70 million barrels of non-renewable oil are used every year to make the world’s consumption of polyester fabric, and 60% of all fashion bought is made from it.

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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. 

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Golightly's Mount Eliza boutique stocks some of Australia's most coveted luxury labels including Zimmermann, Lover, Shona Joy, Alice McCall, Thurley, Mossman and Sass & Bide, and every outfit is available to rent online too.

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I love the sound of bangles chiming together on my wrist. I love wearing four rings on one hand or stacking three different rings on one finger. I love dangly earrings and tribal-inspired adornments, and it's why I fell in love with Meg Watson and her jewellery. 

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It's time to roll up our sleeves and commit. Individually, collectively, consumers and companies alike; the responsibility needs to be owned by every single person that gets up and puts clothes on every day. Every day when we get up and get dressed, we all have the power to create positive change, and that is an incredibly beautiful thing.

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Margaret Meehan shares our values and views, and she's the creative mind behind Indecisive, a sustainable fashion label based on the South Coast of New South Wales. Margaret is passionate about ethics, she cares about sustainability, and she's a responsible slow fashion advocate.

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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

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Janette Laver shares our values and views, and she's the creative mind behind Gold Coast-based ocean-inspired womenswear label, Why Mary. Janette is passionate about ethics, she cares about sustainability, and she's a responsible slow fashion advocate...

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Jacky Stickler shares our values and views, and she's the passionate mind behind Brisbane based womenswear label, sticks + stone. Jacky is passionate about ethics, she cares about sustainability, and she's a responsible slow fashion advocate... 

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Lauren Trickey shares our values and views, and she's the creative mind behind Geelong based womenswear label, Lauren and Angie. Lauren is passionate about ethics, she cares about sustainability, and she's a responsible slow fashion advocate...

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Tatyana Anderson is a woman who shares our views, and she's the creative mind behind Tatyana Design. She passionate about ethics, she cares about sustainability, and she's a responsible slow fashion advocate...

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With over 20 years of experience in the styling and fashion industry, Debora Schultz is a well-renowned speaker, celebrity stylist and mum of three. Most recently, she added 'founder and designer of Justice Denim' to her impressive list of credentials.

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Our addiction to fast-paced trends has embedded environmental issues in the fashion supply chain, but this is precisely what the ACFC stands to challenge and change. 

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You can tell a lot about a woman by the contents of her handbag, and even more so by the quality of it. A good handbag is like a best friend to a woman, and within its soft leather walls, lives a strong and sturdy refuge for everything she needs on a daily basis.

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Julie Goodwin shares her name with a reality TV cooking star, but her work couldn't be further away from the fast-paced and heated environment of the kitchen. This Julie Goodwin is a couturier, a sustainability lover, and a much-loved Melbourne fashion industry icon. 

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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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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.

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Camille Reed is championing the future of sustainable design and attempting to change the outlook of the Australian fashion industry through her annual event, the Australian Circular Fashion Conference. 

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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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Hosted in the historic highland town of Bothwell in Tasmania next month, the 40th annual BIHSIFF will bring together local, national and international fibre enthusiasts to celebrate traditional crafting techniques and all things fibre and fashion.

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Sarah Selva is an eye-adorning entrepreneurial boss lady. After spending years searching for the perfect pair of spectacles herself, she took to the challenge of designing her own range, and launched SELVA Eyewear in 2018. 

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