You just can’t beat buying local, homegrown products. You get the feel-good factor associated with supporting a locally-owned and operated business, and knowing where your products are made, and by whom. Read More
Change Merchants are an Australian ethical retailer bringing you beautiful and sustainable fashion, homewares and accessories from all over the world. Read More
From the horrors of factory farming to the health issues affecting workers, to the leather industry’s high carbon footprint, it really begs the question: is all of this worth a pair of shoes? If buying leather just doesn’t sit right with you, there are plenty of amazing, natural alternatives out there! Read More
A crisp, well-cut blazer is a truly timeless wardrobe staple. It can easily take you from a work meeting, to lunch, and even out for a dinner date. It is the perfect piece that you can wear all year round. So look no further – we’ve compiled a list of 5 stylish and ethically-made blazers that you can invest in and keep for years to come. Read More
Animal welfare may not be the first thing you consider when it comes to fashion. But if you love our furry, feathery and scaly friends as much as we do, then there are a few things you should know before you shop. Read More
Ladies (and gentlemen), it’s time to ‘Op Til You Drop’! Australia has just entered into a week-long celebration of all things op-shopping with National Op Shop Week. So to mark this glorious occasion, we caught up with sustainable stylist Faye De Lanty, to get some hot tips on how to keep your style when buying pre-loved goodies at any time of the year. Read More
Father’s Day is just around the corner for our readers in Australia and New Zealand. Do you want to give your Dad something that truly shows you care? Or are you just a guy looking for some quality clothing? We’ve explored some of our highest rated ethical men’s clothing and carefully selected 8 items that are big on style, practicality and versatility, and won’t break the bank!
Trans-seasonal dressing is the art of dressing for unpredictable weather and changing temperatures. The movement from strict summer and winter collections to a ‘trans-seasonal’ approach to fashion was originally driven by smaller, independent fashion labels. But this flexible approach to fashion is now being lauded by large labels and consumers alike and with good reason. Read More