Vintage fashion is the antitheist of fast fashion, and buying preloved clothing is a sustainable way to shop. If it’s not something you’ve ever done before, now is the perfect time to dip your toes in a world of all things yesteryear.
The first floatation tank was designed in 1954 and used for studies on sensory deprivation. Now, floatation therapy is quickly becoming the preferred way to unplug, switch off, reduce stress, and relieve pain.
Heidi Helyard was always destined for a future in the arts. With an accomplished potter for a grandmother and a multi-medium artist for a mother, it’s hardly surprising that Heidi has crafted a 14-year career as a successful fibre artist and a self-employed graphic designer.
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.
12 independent labels from around the country have been handpicked to encapsulate the Australian fashion landscape, bound together by their one similarity: every garment is 100 per cent Australian made.
Rhinestones, crystals, lycra, velvet and feathers may sound like an afternoon of arts and crafts, but these are in fact the delicate details behind one of the world’s most creative stage shows, Cirque du Soleil.
Owners Debbie and Lindon Garske are proud of the ‘barefoot luxury’ experience they’ve created, piecing together each delicate detail to reflect their own tastes. Debbie is meticulous, and there’s a good reason for it.
Bondi Beach is one of Australia’s most popular coastal destinations and definitely one of Sydney’s chicest hang outs, but the real draw cards of this seaside settings are its flamboyant restaurants and local eateries.
The words ‘ethical’ and ‘stylish’ are seldom found in the same sentence when it comes to high street shopping, and piecing together a full wardrobe that reflects one’s personal style whilst staying true to eco-friendly and anti-slave labour ambitions is difficult.
The range of innovative Frank Green products are a solution to a growing environmental epidemic: 38% of landfill is made up of single-use coffee cups and plastic water bottles, some of which can take over 1000 years to degrade.