Category: <span>Fashion</span>

Outerknown Launched a Women’s Collection (and Me Likey)

Outerknown Launched a Women’s Collection (and Me Likey)

Last year, Outerknown, a sustainable apparel label co-founded by 11-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater and designer John Moore, launched its first ever women’s line. A natural follow-up to its successful men’s classic casual range, eco-conscious women can now shop Outerknown’s range of basic tees, loose button shirts and denim jeans right through to its...

Leading Hemp Underwear Brand WAMA Expands Its Range to Include Bralettes

Leading Hemp Underwear Brand WAMA Expands Its Range to Include Bralettes

Launched in 2017, pioneering hemp brand WAMA Underwear built a solid reputation on responsibly producing a range of classic and comfy underwear for men and women made from a blend of certified organic hemp and organic cotton. After years of customer feedback, the US-based global sustainable brand have finally introduced its new line of hemp...

5 Ways to Recycle Sneakers and Socks in Australia

5 Ways to Recycle Sneakers and Socks in Australia

More than 25 million pairs of sports shoes are imported into Australia and according to the Australian Sporting Goods Association, just one percent are recycled. Where do the majority of old, worn out running shoes and socks end up if they aren’t good enough to donate to charity? Thrown in the rubbish bin of course....

28 Ethical and Sustainable Brands That Give Back to Charity and Community

28 Ethical and Sustainable Brands That Give Back to Charity and Community

When you buy through our links, we may earn fees from our affiliate partners. Learn more. As the world welcomes a new era of sustainability and consumers grow more environmentally and socially conscious, businesses too are evolving with the times; implementing ‘give back’ programs as part of their corporate social responsibility initiatives. Whether the business plants a...

Over 110 Brands Have Signed 2020 Circular Fashion Pledge Pushing for Industry-Wide Change

Over 110 Brands Have Signed 2020 Circular Fashion Pledge Pushing for Industry-Wide Change

The 2020 Circular Fashion Pledge, an initiative launched by sustainability consultant Adam Siegel on April 23 this year during Fashion Revolution Week and just after the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, is pushing for industry-wide commitment to circularity. Amid the economic uncertainty brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, 117 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have signed...

Vestiaire Collective Releases Its First Smart Side of Fashion Report

Vestiaire Collective Releases Its First Smart Side of Fashion Report

A new report by one of the world’s leading global community marketplaces for ‘desirable’ pre-loved fashion reveals positive growth in second-hand retailing and sustainable fashion, driven mainly by Gen Z and Millennials. Blending data from its global platform with market insights and international consumer trends, Vestiaire Collective‘s first ever bi-annual fashion report ‘The Smart Side...

13 Ethical and Sustainable Loungewear Brands (That You Can Also Work From Home In)

13 Ethical and Sustainable Loungewear Brands (That You Can Also Work From Home In)

When you buy through our links, we may earn fees from our affiliate partners. Learn more. When it comes to unwinding after a week of work hell, there’s nothing like Netflix, a hot cuppa and getting horizontal on the couch in super comfy loungewear to help you destress. Better still, throw on ethically-made and sustainable loungewear...

14 Black-Owned Ethical and Sustainable Brands to Support

14 Black-Owned Ethical and Sustainable Brands to Support

Blackout Day 2020 has come and gone but the drive to achieve racial equality through economic power remains. There’s power in the Black dollar. So, buy from Black-owned businesses. Support Black entrepreneurs. Champion Black artists. The racial inequality gap can be closed when the Black community shares in the economic opportunities afforded all others. To...

I Wore the Same Item of Clothing for a Whole Week – And Here’s What I Learned

I Wore the Same Item of Clothing for a Whole Week – And Here’s What I Learned

This year I participated in The Social Outfit’s #WearTheChange2020 Campaign to raise awareness and funds for the work they do through education and training of new migrant and refugee communities. The campaign was an ethical styling challenge that involved picking one item from my wardrobe and wearing that every day for a week.  The item...