If you’re here, I want to congratulate you. Well done. Seriously. You’ve made a beautiful first step to reapproaching what you wear in a way that’s better for other humans and our blue-green earth. Thank
What’s the worst – or best – that could happen when a sustainable fashion blogger and woman in business refuses to buy clothes for a year? What follows is the journey I took to find out.
Fashion Revolution Week is a tremendously important time of year for the international ethical and sustainable fashion community, everyone who works in fashion, and everyone who wears clothes, really. The week remembers the Rana Plaza
Did you hear? Iconic Australian organic essentials brand Boody has launched a lounge and sleep range!
The 10th of March, 2018. That’s when I first discovered Melbourne ethical fashion brand, Theo the Label, and ordered my first Theo pieces through eco.mono. It’s likely that my Theo shorts and top were one of my first transparently ethically made pieces, too.
In early April 2019, I visited Brooke’s home for a cup of tea and a chat about ethical fashion and her hopes and dream for her latest collection. I spent a good hour touching the pieces she had lined up for me and admiring the natural fibres she works with (mainly tencel, hemp, linen and Ahimsa peace silk). After I asked Brooke where she stored the rest of her pieces, she laughed and told me that I was looking at pretty much everything!
In November 2018, I took some time out before Eco Fashion Week to spend time with family. I hopped on the ferry from Fremantle and sailed across to Rottnest Island (‘Rotto’) with a whole bag
Eco Fashion Week Australia 2018 was a great success full of beautiful clothes, even more spectacular designers, plenty of learning, and a wonderful feeling of community. I attended the 5 main nights of the event
I was overjoyed to hear the news from Eco Fashion Week founder and fellow Western Australian Zuhal Kuvan-Mills in July that MFARAI was accepted as a media partner for this years Eco Fashion Week Australia