Category Archive: Fair Trade

A present to you from Tokyo, via Tibet & Tohoku

As most of you lovely regular readers would know, fair trade and other social enterprises really float my boat. So I was thrilled to be able to visit the Shokay showroom while I… Continue reading

House of Wandering Silk’s no-sew skirt

 As every savvy global wanderer knows, one should always take a shawl on flights. They’re comforting to use as a wrap when the plane’s cooling system goes into overdrive, and they cover up… Continue reading

Legs, arms, meh….

How are you all? This is where I must apologise for my absence – I’m still in Laos, in Luang Prabang right now and dripping all over the floor at the internet cafe.… Continue reading

Glinda’s won the giveaway!

Oops, I meant Glenda, but the image of Glinda the good witch was too cute to waste! (Image from here).  Glenda is soon to be the proud owner of one copy of Naked… Continue reading

Don’t forget!

Just a reminder to enter the giveaway for Naked Fashion (that’s a book, not something dirty! Shame on you for thinking that!)! You have until tomorrow!

Giveaway! Naked Fashion

It’s my blog’s birthday (terrible two!), it’s Friday, and I have a spare copy of this book. What better reasons are there for a giveaway? If you are interested in sustainable fashion and… Continue reading

Bachhara to work? Not quite…

No, I never can resist a play on words. Although you probably wish I would go back to work so I didn’t have time on my hands to muck around with language. But… Continue reading

Fair@Square fashion show

Did you make it to the last Friday night? If you did (and even if you didn’t), maybe you’d like to find out a bit more about the featured labels. As you… Continue reading

Sleepy stylist

It’s another rainy weekend in Melbourne but I don’t mind because Suki and I have had to stay indoors to style the looks for the Fair@Square fashion show. I really did intend to… Continue reading

Felt balls for Nepal

Through my work for the Fair@Square festival fashion show I’ve met a lot of great people, one of whom is Stephanie Woollard. She has a fair trade business working with women in Nepal,… Continue reading