Work out and save the planet? Yes, please! Activewear might have been a late entrant to the sustainable fashion wave but, thankfully, it’s starting to take centre stage.
Here at WILD, we’re always on the hunt for new books, podcasts and card decks to keep our brains busy and expand our worldview. These are our current obsessions.
The fashion industry’s dirty little secret – burning and destroying clothes – is out in the open. Find out what efforts have been done to solve the problem.
For artist Anna Walsh, happy accidents are the most thrilling part of creating. She talks about her use of warm Australian outback tones, drawing from living flowers and her dream collaboration.
Jean O’Reeri, a Ngarinyin woman from Karunjie Station in Western Australia, shares her tips on respectful and ethical travel to remote Aboriginal country.
Illustrator and author, Adriana Picker, feels wild when she’s alone in the Australian bush, smelling roadside blooms or when she’s lost in a creative project like Petal, the most beautiful book of flowers we’ve ever seen.
“Eco anxiety” is on the rise as millennials grapple with building a life in a world ablaze. What do you do when you’re consumed by an acute unease about the future of the planet?
Constantly swallowing to check your throat isn’t sore? Worried you’re heating up with a fever? Discover the role your immune system plays when foreign cells like Coronavirus enter the body and what you can do to improve your immune defence.
It all happened by chance. Back in 2017, Pip Newell was doing what many of us have done before — idling away the hours sifting through second-hand furniture wares. After a failed purchase and a pivotal re-selling later, her vintage furniture brand, Curated Spaces, was more or less born. Three years later, Pip and her sister Annelise have grown from professional fossickers to designers in their own right.
Words by Kate Duncan. Ayurveda, a Sanskrit term loosely translated as the “Science of Life”, can often be an intricate concept to grasp. After a retreat at the Byron Yoga Centre, not only did we understand Ayurveda on a deeper […]