After finishing her degree in Fashion Design in 2013, Lauren launched her label to fight the fast fashion craze. She wanted to create something different that she could feel good about wearing while embracing sustainability.
As a community, we take responsibility for the impact that our industry has on people and the planet. Patrice Gibbons is at the forefront of this revolution, and as the Founder and Managing Director of ZURII, she’s passionate about ethics.
It can’t be any clearer: fast fashion kills. I’m not being dramatic, I’m not falsifying the facts, I’m not embellishing the story; women in third world countries are dying because they’re forced to work in unsafe conditions for hundreds less than a living wage.
When most of us are sleepily tapping the snooze button for the fourth time, Chris Archer has already completed his daily 5km ride and wrapped up his first Pilates class for the day, and it’s a routine he follows all week.
Last Thursday night, six industry professionals opened a can of worms at the GFX Sustainability Panel and addressed the issues we face as an industry around sustainability, collaboration, human rights, market shifts and global competition.
Sanctum is a visual representation of Paolo's journey through depression and anxiety, and an ode to loved ones going through the same battle. It illustrates the dichotomy of fragility and strength of the human mind and reflects ideologies on mental health.
We all tend to make New Year’s resolutions, but what about new month resolutions? Sticking to one goal for a whole year can be hard, and let’s be honest, it’s pretty easy to fall off the wagon every now and again.
Anne describes her products as a ‘holiday for your skin’, and she’s not wrong; with naturally derived ingredients like flower oils, olive oil and citrus oil, among other organic and vegan-friendly ingredients, Seven Islands Skincare heals like a two week holiday in the Mediterranean.
April, Aaron and Declan are passionate about sustainability. Driven by their combined entrepreneurial spirit and desire to combat fast fashion, the team's business launch couldn’t come at a better time.
The Melbourne made Radical Yes capsule features two pairs of ‘Cosmic Wonder’ sandals, both handcrafted in Abbotsford, and they’re consistent with the brand's mission to minimise waste and push boundaries with one silhouette.