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Is Australia's obsession with new clothes and 'fast fashion' textiles hurting the environment and ultimately us?

STOP, BREATH, SLOW DOWN AND WATCH! Watch one small Tasmanian company committed to creating slow quality fashion one stitch at a time keeping a dying tradition alive in Australia, creating jobs, showing small can be better for you, the environment and others! 

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Why Bamboo is the BOMB!!!

Bamboo fabric had me at NO iron, but then it feels like silk and is totally amazing to wash and wear what isn't there to LOVE! Bamboo is breathable and so cool to wear plus incredibly hydrophilic, absorbing more water than other conventional fibres such as cotton and polyester.   Bamboo Storm top in Oyster paired with printed bamboo scarf in Feather:    Merino & Bamboo Two Way Top in Black & Oyster, paired with Ocean Bamboo Scarf; Bamboo is one of the few sustainable fabrics to grow as it does not require the use of pesticides and grows very quickly in favourable conditions. Bamboo fabric has a natural anti-bacterial property that is maintained in the fabric, meaning that bamboo fabric does not require the...

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Bigger is better...

                         When it comes to this seasons OVERSIZED, BIG drape scarves are on trend, and lucky for us Aussie winters (especially Tasmania) can be looong and cold not that any of us are ready to admit that with shortening days, cooler mornings...winter is on the move! As I have gotten older I guess there is a small part of me that thinks bugger the long dreary winters I refuse to be cold, I refuse to be beige and sure as HELL refuse to be dressed all winter in GREY!! I will wear colour, I will be warm and I will look fab in winter as well as summer. So get a little funky,...

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The truth behind our Eco Beads...

Our story is one of eco love! Adorn yourself with treasures from ancient forests near and far, this collection features Tasmanian specialty timbers including Huon Pine, Myrtle, Eucalyptus, Blackwood and Sassafras, mixed with recycled metals & glass from tribes in African (fair trade of course), we combine beads made from bovine bones that are beautiful tactile and authentically cool also from Africa (one of the things we love that the entire cow is honoured & used) while providing much needed income for women in the villages.  The POP comes from using the vibrant Tagua Seeds, found in the swampy shadows of the tropical rainforest in South America. We LOVE working with Tagua seeds. Why? Many reasons, they are collected by women in rural communities, cleaned, polished and dyed. Over the decades...

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