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Meet The Aussie Climate Activists Embarking on a 2-Year Journey in a Solar-Powered 100% Electric Campervan

Meet The Aussie Climate Activists Embarking on a 2-Year Journey in a Solar-Powered 100% Electric Campervan

Disclaimer: These two are typical Aussie larrikins so expect a lot of Australian humour, and some offensive language. Joel Gregory Hayes and Keegan Taccori are currently embarking on a two-year adventure aptly named Route Del Sol. This two-person team are the first to drive a solar powered, 100% electric camper van from Alaska to Argentina. Keegan...

I Road Tested This Versatile Australian Sustainable Swimwear Brand… (And Yes I Loved It)

I Road Tested This Versatile Australian Sustainable Swimwear Brand… (And Yes I Loved It)

Australian sustainable label LÉ BUNS is known for their organic cotton intimates, and with the release of their new swim collection claiming versatility at its core I took them on a road test for the week to find out just how to take the pieces from beach to bar.  But first, you’re probably wondering, who is LÉ BUNS? A Melbourne-based brand,...

Behind the Stylish Ethically-Made Wide Brim, What Goes Into a Sarah J Curtis Hat

Behind the Stylish Ethically-Made Wide Brim, What Goes Into a Sarah J Curtis Hat

You may have seen the iconic oversized hat designs of luxury resort label Sarah J Curtis on the heads of Australian celebrities and influencers but there is more to her collections than just a pretty accessory. Founded in 2013 by namesake designer Sarah Curtis after being diagnosed with melanoma when pregnant with her second child,...

Cathryn Wills, Founder of Stylish Vegan Bag Label Sans Beast: “I Am Very Clear About PU Not Being A Perfect Solution…”

Cathryn Wills, Founder of Stylish Vegan Bag Label Sans Beast: “I Am Very Clear About PU Not Being A Perfect Solution…”

Sans Beast is the vegan bag of the fashion ‘it’ pack, a label that doesn’t compromise on style in its designs. I sat down with founder Cathryn Wills to talk about environmental sustainability, veganism and the vulnerability of being open about sustainability in the fashion industry. While working as Managing and Creative Director of Mimco,...

OzHarvest and Cafe Gratia Join Forces To Launch Australia’s First No Food Waste Pop-Up Cafe

OzHarvest and Cafe Gratia Join Forces To Launch Australia’s First No Food Waste Pop-Up Cafe

Sydney, Australia: From now until September, OzHarvest is partnering with profit-for-purpose coffee shop, Gratia café in Surry Hills for a pop-up “OzHarvest Café by Gratia” with 100% of the profits donated back to OzHarvest, you won’t be able to miss the café on the corner with OzHarvest’s signature yellow makeover. OzHarvest is Australia’s leading food...

Jessica Kite’s ‘Shroud the Label’ Defies Sustainable Fashion’s Classic Wardrobe Styling

Jessica Kite’s ‘Shroud the Label’ Defies Sustainable Fashion’s Classic Wardrobe Styling

Shroud The Label was founded by Aussie designer Jessica Kite in early 2017 as part of her graduating collection from Sydney’s leading fashion institution The Fashion Design Studio. The collection is a glorious pastel wonderland of structured whimsy and disruptive silhouettes. Shroud’s unique designs defy the minimalistic and monochromatic trend of classic capsule wardrobe styling, a direction...

The Sustainable Wardrobe Pop-Up Launches at Fashion Week in Sydney

The Sustainable Wardrobe Pop-Up Launches at Fashion Week in Sydney

Amidst the hype of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia, stylist Aleysha Campbell has curated a pop-up event in Surry Hills in Sydney made up entirely of sustainable fashion brands aptly named the The Sustainable Wardrobe Pop-Up. With an eye (and heart) for sustainable brands Aleysha seeks to disrupt the fast-paced nature of the fashion industry, providing a bricks...