What we've created within four walls is something really special. We're not just selling things, we're changing the industry, one outfit at a time. When our customers walk out with their reusable tote bags and their ethical and sustainable staples, they walk out knowing they've contributed to the solution and they're part of the bigger picture.
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.
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.
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.
Time IV Change is devoted to creating positive change within the realms of time, literally speaking. Watches, timepieces, wrist clocks, whatever you want to call them, most of us have owned one in our lifetime, but few have considered the environmental impacts of keeping time.
Working with sterling silver and rose gold elements to communicate her love of Mother Earth's majesty, Aimee Fairman employs multi-sensory immersive installation, kinetic sculpture and photography to engage with ideas of psycho-geographical landscapes.
Choosing just one piece to call my favourite from the Lucy Ceramics range of handmade jewellery is a tough decision. Designer Lucy Patrone has entwined all of my favourite things in a cohesive collection of earrings and necklaces with delicate details, dangles and drops, gold and glittering embellishment, pastels and pretty patterns.