Recently I had the pleasure of receiving a beautiful sample from the oh so suave website INDELUST. On unwrapping the parcel, I was overwhelmed with how conscious and delicate the packaging was, and what was inside was to please me even more. I received a stunning 100% cotton, pleated skirt by Bodice. On trying on the garment, I could […]

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Just in time for the Australian summer, I was recently chuffed when I received my beautiful sample of this cleverly packed t-shirt from Cossac in the UK. Not knowing much about the company (except for their perfected take on the classic white tee) I headed to their website, and current kickstarter campaign to learn a […]

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The Spotted Quoll

Based in Tasmania, Australia, and named aptly after one of Tassie’s unique marsupial’s, the Spotted Quoll provides ethical wares for the home, body, & soul, inspired by the beauty of the natural environment. The Ethos of The Spotted Quoll Studio: To create beautiful, ethical wares, featuring original, environmentally inspired designscaptured from the natural beauty around us, in […]

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Bibico is a fair-trade clothing brand based in the UK. This means the people that make their clothes are paid fairly and work in a safe and healthy environment. Spanish designer Nieves Ruiz Ramos, otherwise known as Snow, had been working in the fashion industry for leading brands for 10 years until she decided it was […]

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Founder of Witjuti, Bianca Smee, used to love hanging out in her PJ’s. But when unexpected guests would arrive to find her walking around ready for bed in the middle of the day, things had to change. So she decided to create an extremely comfortable, durable, and not so pajama looking style of clothing that […]

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Ecoology is design and ecology in a single garment. Working with natural, organic and recycled fabrics, this company from Barcelona places great emphasis on their designs, patterns and finishes. Ecoology’s elegant yet affordable fashion collections are made from natural materials like organic cotton, Tencel, linen, bamboo, recycled cotton and algae tissue. Their collections are ethically produced in small workshops in Spain to promote the […]

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