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A Guide to the Best Eco-Friendly Hair Removal Options

A Guide to the Best Eco-Friendly Hair Removal Options

With the warmer months in full swing in the Northern Hemisphere, and for those in the Southern Hemisphere hopefully a European vacation, we have you covered for the best eco-friendly hair removal ways should you be inclined to go hair free. Now of course the most eco-friendly way to manage body hair is to go...

Tigerlily Goes Sustainable: Iconic Australian Label Releases First Annual Consciousness Report

Tigerlily Goes Sustainable: Iconic Australian Label Releases First Annual Consciousness Report

With Baptist World Aid Australia bringing out another Ethical Fashion Guide and another Fashion Revolution Week just passed, many popular brands are showing their commitment to minimising their environmental footprint and tackling social issues. Some are going further, documenting their transition to a sustainable and ethical supply chain by producing their own independent transparency reports....

Fashion Revolution Week Australia: Ethical Fashion Events You Should Attend

Fashion Revolution Week Australia: Ethical Fashion Events You Should Attend

This week marks the sixth year of Fashion Revolution Week and along with commemorating the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh, this week consumers are called upon to voice for a fairer, safer and more transparent global fashion industry. If you aren’t already aware, you can read about the importance of participating in...

Australasia’s E-Commerce Giant THE ICONIC Takes Mainstream Shoppers into Sustainable Fashion Territory

Australasia’s E-Commerce Giant THE ICONIC Takes Mainstream Shoppers into Sustainable Fashion Territory

This week Australia and New Zealand’s leading e-commerce platform THE ICONIC launched a new part of their website, Considered by THE ICONIC, allowing customers to shop by their personal sustainability values. This is not a new concept, smaller ethical fashion focussed online marketplaces have led the way with this business model, however this marks the...

Take 3 for the Sea: A Social Movement to Keep Plastic Out of Our Oceans

Take 3 for the Sea: A Social Movement to Keep Plastic Out of Our Oceans

Not-for-profit environmental organisation Take 3 For The Sea has increased their efforts in conserving the environment and protecting wildlife by creating their biggest movement yet through social media with their latest campaign the #Take3Challenge. Targeting people that are connected to the planet, the campaign encourages a simple action that leads to considerable change, encouraging everyone...

1% For The Planet: The International Member-Based Organisation Preserving Australia’s Natural Environment

1% For The Planet: The International Member-Based Organisation Preserving Australia’s Natural Environment

This week I was fortunate enough to attend a panel event discussing sustainability for businesses and individuals in conjunction with 1% for the Planet hosted at Patagonia’s Sydney store. The event was an overwhelming success, a tight packed store full of conscious people networking and discussing sustainability – it’s eco events like this that show...

The Ultimate Guide to Australian Ethical and Eco-Friendly Swimwear Labels for 2019

The Ultimate Guide to Australian Ethical and Eco-Friendly Swimwear Labels for 2019

The beach, surf and swimming in general plays such a large part in shaping Australian culture given the country’s sunny climate, and these outdoor vibes means most Aussies are intrinsically connected to the ocean and the impact they have on it. As Aussies increasingly become more conscious of their environmental impacts, brands are meeting their...

What It Takes To Put On A Successful Industry Conference About Circular Fashion In Australia

What It Takes To Put On A Successful Industry Conference About Circular Fashion In Australia

A year on from the first successful circular fashion event in Australia, the Australian Circular Fashion Conference (ACFC), we speak to founder Camille Reed on what is expected at this years event held on March 21-22. A textile designer and responsible fashion advisor, Reed has extensive experience in the Australian fashion industry and a strong...