As women, it’s often easy to default to a self-critical mindset, especially when it comes to the way we perceive our bodies. Have you ever been given a compliment on your appearance, only to knock it down a couple of pegs in response?
Bouncy neon sneakers, sleek workout tights, a cosy jumper that wraps you up like a cocoon — we have all experienced the rush of confidence and pleasure a piece of clothing can bring. We explore what psychology shows about the effect clothing can have on your mood, performance and self-image.
From dress codes to the barefoot revolution, we take a look at the ins and outs of feet and footwear to find out what’s good for the sole.
We talk to Joanne Titchener about how she conjured up her sustainable fashion brand Humidity Lifestyle and how she manages to keep the brand ethical, sustainable and life-proof.
Sustainable fashion has come a long way since hemp fabrics and indigo tie-dye. A new wave of ethically minded brands are evolving to accommodate a new kind of shopper with zero waste models and timeless, refined luxury.
James Bartle, the founding CEO at Outland Denim, shares how his jeans are creating change, social justice and empowerment all over the world.
When you visit your closet, are garments threatening to spill out onto the floor? You’re not alone. In recent years, concerns have been raised over excessive consumption of clothing, two thirds of it synthetic, and the environmental impacts from this voracious demand for new clothes.
Does your wardrobe need a clean out? Alexx Stuart explains how to create a capsule wardrobe. Find out.
We chat with Nicola Mason from Smitten Merino and discover how the woolly sheep of Tasmania keep the locals warm.
Award-winning clothing designer Natalie Cunningham is taking Indigenous Australian artwork to the international stage, and she’s doing it from a space of deep connection and love.
Can’t keep up with fashion? You might want to opt out of the game entirely because, while fast fashion may promise to grant beauty, it’s an addiction the world could do without — and here’s how to detox from it.
Silky-smooth natural fibres made from plant materials are gaining a firm foothold in the clothing industry and, according to those in the know, itâ€™s a green change for the better.
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