Tag Archive: fair trade

Mothers Day Special

It’s only about two weeks until Mothers Day and if you’re looking for some statement jewellery for your mum that is light and easy to wear and goes with everything, look no further!… Continue reading

BIG Big Design Market news!

The Big Design Market is always something to get excited about if you love crafty, handmade stuff and want to make sure your Christmas spending makes a difference, but this year it’s even MORE exciting… Continue reading

Mulberries gets a makeover

It’s now already two months since I escaped the Melbourne winter and yet I still haven’t told you what has been the main focus of my time away. I think it’s high time… Continue reading

Styling the very first Oxfam Accessories Catalogue!

If you’re a fan of fair trade fashion and jewellery, you might have already seen the Oxfam Australia accessories catalogue that’s been released recently. Did you know it’s the first ever accessories catalogue that… Continue reading

Bangles for your buck this Christmas

Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Or are you so organised you’ve already finished it? Either way, you might like to have a stylish stocking stuffer or two on standby, and I’m… Continue reading

A virtual visit to the House of Wandering Silk

Maybe it’s the changing winds of spring (or sprummer?) but I seem to have a serious case of itchy feet lately. As it’s not exactly practical to travel right now, though, I decided… Continue reading

Meeting the makers: Vientiane

  Although my last post might suggest that my travels are entirely for pleasure, rest assured, I’m not just slacking off – there’s a bit of business involved too. When I went to… Continue reading

Leaders of the Pack – sustainable fashion pioneers

“Sustainable fashion” is perhaps the ultimate oxymoron. Fashion is, by its very definition, desirable for a fleeting moment, something that has its few minutes in the spotlight before being relegated to the scrapheap. How can… Continue reading

Ethical fashion interview #2: Origen

A few years ago I had the pleasure to meet, interview and even do a little bit of writing for Rose Marie Stirling, the founder and owner of Origen, a lifestyle store in Melbourne… Continue reading

Ethical fashion interview #1: Mulberries from Laos

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while you have probably picked up on the fact that I’m a big fan of sustainable fashion. I’ve just launched my own fair trade accessories… Continue reading