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THE LATEST — Reusable

I want to make it easy for you to be a sustainable human. I want to make it fun for you to find amazing brands doing good things for the world. I want to make it interesting to learn about what's going on in the world of plastic and I want you to feel inspired to reduce, reuse and recycle.

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If you’re using an average of five plastic produce bags a week when you shop, and you switch to a reusable bag produce bag, you could save over 250 plastic produce bags a year from landfill.

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Innovative circular brands who chose to use recycled leather save thousands of waste from reaching landfill every year, and in the case of The Elsewhere Co., a single product saves up to 200grams of waste. The production process itself creates zero manufacturing material waste too.

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By the end of 2022, a minimum of 30% of our brands will be circular, and I’m talking the real deal honest definition of circular, not the green-washing kind. What’s the difference? A real circular fashion brand uses regenerated or recycled materials to create their products.

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In my efforts to start consuming more consciously in the kitchen, I've been experimenting with ways to get more from our food scraps before they're composted, and this little hack works a treat!

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When Plastic Free July rolls around, we make the most of it to celebrate our favourite low-waste, zero-waste, plastic free, sustainable and eco-friendly brands.

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Our masks are ethical, sustainable, Australian made, completely polyester-free and plastic-free, adjustable, washable, reusable, and tailored with darts for a snug no-slip fit. Our BUY ONE and GET ONE FREE ends midnight this Thursday.

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Sustainable fashion is in my blood now, but it hasn't always been. I've shopped from Supré. I've ducked into Kmart for a quick essential. I've been lured into Zara for a last-minute glitzy weekend number. I've even rummaged through the sale racks at H&M and enjoyed it.

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I'm also grateful for the women I know who get up every day to make the world a better place, so with International Women's Day this week, I'll be shining a light on inspiring women who use their position in the fashion industry as a force for good.

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Every year around the world, we flush nearly 15 million trees-worth of toilet paper down our drains. If you’re yet to consider the impact of taking ten minutes out on the throne, it’s time to make the switch to recycled toilet paper and help wipe up a wasteful mess.

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Scrunchies have become a sustainable, zero-waste statement for fashion brands and a practical way to minimise fabric offcuts and waste. Help reduce waste and tame your mane sustainably with my pick of the bunch for Australian designed, ethical and sustainable scrunchies...

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Lifeline recently reported a 25% increase in calls this year, initially driven by the bushfires, but when lockdown restrictions were imposed, calls from Victorians jumped up 30%. 

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Planned obsolescence is an unsustainable linear approach to commerce and trade, whereby companies are freed of their environmental responsibilities, and consumers lose their right to exercise them.

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If every one of the nearly eight billion people in the world bought just one face mask made with an average of 30cm elastic, that’s 2.4 million kilometres of elastic. The problem with elastic is that is made with polyester, and the problem with polyester is that it is plastic. 

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Our new reusable, super comfortable, 100% natural, plastic-free, elastic-free, ethical and Australian made masks are slowly dropping in the coming days - and they’re our most sustainable masks yet.

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The Australian Government Department of Health guideline have confirmed, repeatedly, that cloth face masks are suitable for us everyday folk, with two layers a minimum, and three layers for better protection. 

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The Positive Vibes Gift Pack is vegan-friendly, 100% ethical, packed with positivity, full of 100% Australian made goodies, and our packaging is eco-friendly, recyclable and plastic-free too. It really is a pack full of positivity and goodness!

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Now, as we move into our sixth year, three runways later, a few awards in the mix, a pop-up (and another coming soon), and a reach of over 40,000 across our digital network, I am so damn happy with what we've built as a team and community - but we have so much further to go.

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From ethical production and using sustainable fabrics to empowering women and choosing quality over quantity, Berit inspires positive change, and Sometimes Sundays a testament to the possibilities of how fashion can be used as a force for good.

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We've teamed up with our favourite local brands to celebrate the start of the silly season ahead, and it's our best beauty haul to date! Our sustainable, ethical and natural silly season giveaway is packed full of gifts you can give, and goodies you'll want to keep for yourself!

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I made the switch from chemical-based beauty products to toxin-free alternatives a few years ago, and it was the best skin-decision I've ever made. I've always been a lover of home-remedies, so earthYARD's essential oils range is perfect for my 'mixing and making' Saturday-night-in beauty sessions too.

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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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Australians send 6000kg of fashion and textile waste to the tip every ten minutes but on Sunday October 20th, The Fashion Advocate is set to save 2500 designer and pre-loved items from landfill. 

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Campos Coffee will serve up thousands of coffees during Melbourne Fashion Week but not a single paper cup will be used at the Forecourt pop up. Impressive, considering Australians throw away nearly three million disposable coffee cups every day.

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