Jenna Wilson and Cary Vaughan, co-founders of sustainable label ace&jig, tell us how the woven medium of textiles allows for an infinite number of possibilities.
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.
We speak to Lillardia Briggs-Houston, a proud Wiradjuri, Yorta Yorta and Gangulu woman, who creates stunning textile designs and fabrics for her ethical label, Ngarru Miimi.
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.
As the fashion revolution intensifies, “sewists” – a mash of sewer and artist – turn to a mode of the past to wage a war on fashion waste.
Madeleine Chard, the founder of Female Form, creates sustainable and reliable underwear that celebrates the strength and fragility of womanhood.
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.
If you segment your wardrobe into occasion-based clothes, you are never going to have to stress again about “not having something to wear”.