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I have a thing for handcrafted homewares. There is something so satisfying about supporting a talented craftsperson or maker. The knowledge that you have supported a sole trader or small business (and most likely, someone’s personal dream), is quite gratifying in itself. Added to this...

Lisa Heinze is an ethical fashion advocate and PhD candidate at the University of Sydney. She is also the co-founder of Clean Cut, Australia's sustainable fashion council. Her book, Sustainability with Style is very thought provoking and incorporates interesting cultural and social observations....

A perpetual source of disagreement at my home revolves around the purpose and value of the humble cushion. I am of the firm belief cushions fulfil both a functional and aesthetic purpose, therefore, they deserve their place on the lounge....

Once Was Lost is the beautiful creation of husband and wife team, Andy and Laura Wortlock. Launched in 2013, the brand’s ethics and values have been steadfast from the outset. Andy and Laura believe “fairly traded products should also be the most beautiful' and they decided...

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