BONDS, supporting all types of women. Except the women making our clothes. Do you know where your undies were made?
An exciting new ethical fashion label Jacob and Esau is about to launch thanks to the support of 'Pozible' pledgers.
Need to clean out your closet? Check out our top two tips for reducing wastage, landfill and gaining some new threads on the process
Miss Zali was oh so kind to give us a quick interview and her 3things this week. We're super inspired by the 14 year old's blog who shows us that age ain't nothing but a number when it comes to doing the things you love!
Ethics shouldn’t have to get in the way of style. We went on a hunt for some sweet sneakers that look good + will make you feel even better.
Spring is a coming. Dust off your shorts and get the legs out with these spring picks that won’t break your bank or the environment.
“I was thinking about what I was going to wear for fashion week, as everyone who’s going to fashion week does, and I thought I should wear something that makes a difference.”
Taking shorter showers, using less electricity, eating less meat and dairy.-there's lots of little things you can do to reduce the impacts of Climate Change. Read on as Kate Roff suggests 5 small ways to make a big difference on the climate change scene...
Cast your mind back, dear reader, to Part 2 of this Upcycle series, you might remember that I bought a really rad Spiderman pillowcase for only $2 from an op shop. Now I know what you're thinking; why on earth would you want spend what could almost buy you coffee on such a thing? Well, it's not for sleeping purposes - although I'm sure it'd give you some sweet dreams. No, in the interests of ethical fashion and nifty planet savin; craftiness I'm going to show you how to turn this pillowcase into super cool little skirt.
The lifecycle of life's hottest accessory
Sometimes, some things are better left unsaid. You don’t want your partner in crime giving you the low down on what is exactly in your burger as you take that first glorious bight during a midnight Maccas run. And what about watching a life-affirming sunset over the beach while your lover starts ranting about a gross sewage plant flowing out onto the next bay (“no, I don’t wanna check it out right now”). Sometimes, though, it’s necessary to take a closer look. From the cradle to the grave, Lucy goes on a sobering but hilarious investigation of everyone's favourite little accessory: the smartphone.