Madeleine Chard, the founder of Female Form, creates sustainable and reliable underwear that celebrates the strength and fragility of womanhood.
Holly Schliech is the co-founder and director of Eye of Horus Cosmetics, a Byron Bay-based makeup brand dedicated to empowering all women to feel confident and beautiful. When applying makeup that’s made with this much love and care, it’s very easy to love the skin you’re in.
Caroline Pham, the founder and designer of jewellery label ORA-C, travels the world collecting semi-precious stones and turns them into wearable art. She invites us into her fantasy world, reveals her newfound love for knitting socks and shares how COVID-19 has affected her brand.
We’ve been wildly inspired by St Agni founder, Lara Bluett, ever since she and her husband first opened their doors in Byron Bay in 2014.
Contemporary indigenous artist, Lauren Freestone, uses her art to tell her mob’s stories — of hardship and of Country — and to start conversations around acknowledgment and reconciliation for First Nation people.
We speak to the founders of Clothing The Gap, an Aboriginal-owned and -led social enterprise that creates fresh and fun merch. Rocking a Clothing The Gap t-shirt or hoodie not only sparks conversations around dismantling the systems of oppression that exist here in Australia, it also supports Aboriginal health and education.
The rise of tech-focused fashion brands allows customers to not only personalise their clothes, but it’s also helping drive the ethical fashion movement. We speak with Sydney-based tech-fashion brand Citizen Wolf, which is creating staple fashion pieces on an on-demand basis, benefiting both the individual and the planet.
We speak to Sharnee Thorpe, the founder of Wandering Folk, a sustainable homewares brand. Her pretty picnic rugs were first imagined on a rainy camping trip when she had nothing to keep her toosh off damp ground.
Could you go a whole year without buying any new clothes? Those joining the No New Clothes movement experience big benefits — both to the planet and their pockets. But wouldn’t it be boring? Surprisingly, their wardrobes have never been more fresh or more fly.
We speak to Maxine Shea who, along with her husband Mike, are the founders of Hemp Collective. Based in Byron Bay, their conscious and sustainable business does much more than just sell hemp hair, body and pet care products; is also contributes to the ongoing education of the misunderstood hemp plant.