The Sustainability Scene in London - An Australian Opinion

The Sustainability Scene in London - An Australian Opinion

I read the ethos of Eco-Age founded by Livia Firth and liked what I saw; a consultancy agency assisting companies and labels to become sustainable. The agency’s Green Carpet challenge include celebrities like Emma Watson and Thandie Newton wearing sustainable brands on the Red Carpet, such as Stella McCartney, who famously uses no animal products, and Chopard, who responsibly source their luxury jewellery. A simple but efficient way to prove ‘eco-fashion’ is more than a plain white, boxy hemp t-shirt, all while gaining loads of coverage through celebrity. My Instagram feed had become saturated with posts of garment workers holding...

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The Online Store Selling Ethical Clothes For Little Girls.. That Isn’t Pink

The Online Store Selling Ethical Clothes For Little Girls.. That Isn’t Pink

How many times have you found yourself discussing where to find beautiful baby clothes? It’s probably not something you think about too often unless you are a parent, an expectant parent or are shopping for children. The thing you will most definitely find yourself faced with though is the availability of styles and colours that surround the deeply-rooted stigma of pink for girls and blue for boys. Though unisex colours, yellow, green and grey have become more popular choices, it’s the gifts from all of the loving family and friends, most likely purchased at popular department stores, that subtly imply...

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There's a revolution happening, didn't you know? - Fashion Revolution Week

There's a revolution happening, didn't you know? - Fashion Revolution Week

If you're in the fashion space, or are concerned with where your clothes come from and how they are made, then you would have heard of Fashion Revolution.This week is Fashion Revolution Week! The week where we push consumers to question where their clothes are being made. Image via Instagram: @fash_rev This is a matter very close to my heart, especially as I own a slow-fashion label. For me it isn't only about questioning where our clothes, accessories and shoes come from, but where our food is coming from, our skin care products, our homeware. Anything which we consume has...

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WOMEN IN BUSINESS: Making An Impact - Event in KL

WOMEN IN BUSINESS: Making An Impact - Event in KL

On Saturday, something truly magical happened right here in KL.100 women came together to start a movement for women in Malaysia. I ran and hosted the event titled, WOMEN IN BUSINESS: Making An Impact Me with 4 of our amazing speakersWe heard from 6 female industry leaders who talked us through their journey and how they were able to make an impact within their industry.  We heard from the following women.. • Claire Sancelot - The Hive Bulk Foods• Franki Turner Shaik - Frankitas• Anabelle Co-Martinent - La Juiceria• Adelina Mahiyudin - Hot Yo• Freda Liu - BFM• Julia Koh -...

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What actually is Slow Fashion?

What actually is Slow Fashion?


Taking a short break from the STAY INSPIRED series to help answer one of the most frequent questions I receive from my readers and customers. As you probably know from my blog, I own the small, slow fashion label, HUX. Over the past few years many people have questioned what slow fashion actually is, so I’m here to help clarify what slow fashion actually means and what you can do to change the way you, as a consumer, can help to change the fashion industry. Let’s start with Fast Fashion In order to understand slow-fashion, we first need to understand the...

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