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THE LATEST — New South Wales

The Folktribe design philosophy embodies longevity and versatility to create and craft pieces that can be treasured and worn season after season, year after year, beautifully and effortlessly. Folktribe are also a proud plastic-free label, and absolutely no plastic is used throughout their entire supply chain, business operations, and personal lives.

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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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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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While you've been busy trying to find new ways to charge the people who use you, we've all been busy trying to find new ways to positively change the world. A little help would be nice, Instagram.

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One million single-use plastic bottles are purchased globally every minute, which is 20000 per second and according to National Geographic, 91% of all plastic is not recycled. Earth Bottles started on their mission with a reusable stainless steel bottle, and it was just the beginning of their war on waste.

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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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The terms organic, sustainable and fair trade are lightly and too frequently used these days, but rarely do the brands who use them embody their intrinsic meaning. It’s called ‘greenwashing’, and these loosely-phrased terms are used as an advertising tool to persuade and evade.

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