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Isobella Wolfe

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How Ethical Is Witchery?

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Witchery are an Australian women’s and children’s wear company and part of the Country Road Group. Their clothing is elegant and sophisticated boasting classic colours and cuts. Witchery are known for their White Shirt Campaign, which has raised $10 million so far for ovarian cancer research.  The brand may be investing in important issues in the public sphere – but does its ethics continue behind the scenes? Read on to find out how Witchery treat their workers, the planet and animals.

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How Ethical is Kmart?

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Kmart is one of the most popular discount department stores in Australia. While there’s no denying Kmart is a quick and convenient go-to for clothing, we have to ask ourselves if affordability and availability trump ethical considerations. As ethical consumers, we have the right to know how a brand treats the earth and its inhabitants before we decide on our purchases. So, how does Kmart rate? Read More

How Ethical is Bonds?

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From humble beginnings as a Sydney cotton mill over 100 years ago, Bonds have grown to become the number one underwear brand in Australia. But are Bonds as concerned with the wellbeing of their workers, animals and the planet as they are with their public image? Should they be the first thing we put on in the morning and the last thing we take off? We take a look at what goes on behind the scenes to see if Bonds truly live up to their good reputation. Read More

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How Ethical is Lululemon?

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Lululemon is a high-end activewear chain that offers yoga-inspired athletic apparel for most sweaty pursuits. While they claim to be dedicated to sustainable practice, do Lululemon really put their best foot forward for people, planet and animals? Or is it a s-t-r-e-t-c-h to call them ethical? Read on to find out what their impact is really like. Read More